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Get out on a trail

With coastal walk and ride trails, off road vehicle trails, forest trails that will leave you in awe, and water trails that will relax you all over, getting out onto a trail is a must do Denmark experience.


Bibbulmun Walk Track

The Bibbulun Track is one of the world's best long distance walk trails, travelling 1000km's from Perth to Albany. It meanders through the forests before coming out onto the spectacular coast and makes it's way through the heart of Denmark. You can take an hours' hike, a half day or even a full day before returning to your cabin for some rest and relaxation.

Heritage Rail Trail

If walking through rugged bushland isn't for you but you still want to see the beauty around Denmark, get down to the Denmark-Nornalup heritage Rail Trail. Follow the old tracks through pretty bushland and over the Denmark River as it flows out into Wilson's inlet. 

Munda Biddi Bike Trail

Munda Biddi means 'path through the forest' in Noongar Aboriginal language. It passes through William Bay National Park, near Greens Pool and Madfish Bay before heading past Lights beach and into town along the Heritage Rail Trail. Suited to mountain bikers of any level.

Wilson Inlet

Less than a kilomtere from town, you can launch a canoe or kayak at the boat ramp and head out for a paddle along the edge, or cross the inlet over to the sand bar that divides the inlet from Ocean's beach. The inlet is also a great place to get out on a fishing kayak and try and catch dinner!


Community Wind Farm and WOW trail

A shared walk and ride trail, this stunning coastal trail runs between Lights Beach and the Community Wind Farm. A distance of 6.2 kms, there is always something to see; wildflowers in Spring, dolphins, whales migrating in season and all passing through a community funded and run green energy project.

Harewood Forest Walk

An easy 1.3km walk through the forest in the Scotsdale area of Denmark. You can listen to birds, see all the colours of the wildflowers in Spring, wonder at the towering trees and enjoy a picnic along the way.

Monkey Rock

The views from the top of Monkey Rock are as spectacular as the rock itself. High above Lights beach. There is a walk or drive trail to the start of the rock, then follow the pathway over the rock to get the most out of the views.

Paddle the river

There are several rivers that can be enjoyed by canoe or kayak. Explore the Denmark river, Hay River or the nearby Frankland/ Kwakoorillup River water trail. There are several drop-in points along the river in town, or near the mouth of the Denmark River where it flows into the Wilson Inlet.

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