Denmark is blessed with an abundance of easily accessible locations in National Parks throughout the region. The most popular locations are Greens Pool in William Bay National Park, and the Valley of the Giants which is just outside the Walpole-Nornalup National Park to the west.
Ancient coastline and ancient forests, endless stretches of white sandy beaches, wilderness peaks and one of the most pristine places on earth awaits you in Denmark Western Australia.
One of the top six areas of in the world for terrestrial biodiversity, and one of the top ten for biodiversity. The National Parks of the Coast care for this uniqueness by protecting the habitat of the plants and animals. Our National Parks are our lifeline. Diversity requires protection and conservation.
When visiting the National Parks you will find opportunities to give back to the land and support it's caretakers. Please give generously, remember you are contributing to the support of an internationally recognised area of bio diversity in Australia.
* The Department of Environment and Conservation are the stewards of these lands.
Both the Valley of the Giants and William Bay National Park are located west of Denmark and are easily accessed, well signposted, with carparks and restrooms.
William Bay National Park is in the heart of the Denmark region. It stretches from the edge of Lights Beach to Parry Beach, far in the west. Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks are incredible and easily accessible from pathways and carparks.