There are so many walks & biking trails and hiking trails in Denmark, Western Australia!
Denmark is connected by a series of walking, hiking and biking trails that wind along the rivers and the Wilson Inlet, along the heritage rail trail towards Walpole to the west and Albany to the east. Denmark is part of the Bibbulmun Track, the world-class long-distance walking trail from Perth to Albany. It is also part of the Munda Biddi Track, a biking trail that winds along the south coast and through the forests of the south-west coast.
Giant granite boulders, wildflowers, tall forests, ocean waves, bushland and spectacular coastal scenery. Trails include: Denmark-Nornalup Heritage Rail Trail, the Munda Biddi Trail, Poison Point Lookout, Mokare Heritage Trail, Inlet Drive Cycle trail, Mount Lindesay Walk Trail, Harewood Forest Walk, Wetlands Trail, Kwoorabup Community Park (circular walk), Monkey Rock, the Ancient Empires Walk and of course, the Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk!
Launch your kayak or canoe and follow the river... Hay, Frankland and Denmark Rivers.
The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world's great long distance walk trails, stretching nearly 1000kms from Kalamunda, in the Perth Hills to Albany on the South Coast, through the heart of the scenic South West of Western Australia: Denmark!
The track was officially opened during Western Australia's 150th year celebrations, included involved over 1000 walkers on different stages. There are almost fifty campsites along the Track which are spaced one day's walk apart. The track passes through most of the beautiful places along the Rainbow Coast.
Flora and Fauna of the Bibbulmun Track.
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Remember, walking in the Denmark bushland is not like strolling down a sidewalk. There are creatures who also inhabit the countryside - it is important for you to take care. Let others know where you have gone and take water, as wear proper hiking attire.
NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED IN NATIONAL PARKS.
Check out the view from Monkey Rock out towards the cliffs of Nullaki Peninsula!
The water in the foreground is the outlet of the Wilson Inlet with the darker waters of the Great Southern Ocean in the background. That is where the Bibbulmun Track winds. Walking up the hill to Monkey Rock is quite a hike but well worth it for the view. There is also a magnificent view over William Bay National Park.
Denmark is just the right size to stroll around. The markers in the map can all be visited individually or as a circular walk. If you've got the time to shop as you walk, you could spend most of a day strolling through town too. Visit the Denmark Town Walk.
The Valley of the Giants is accessible with an entry fee paid at the Wilderness Discovery Centre at the Valley of the Giants. Located just off South Coast Highway, 55km west of Denmark Town.