Denmark Western Australia - A Local's Tour Guide

Denmark & the Wilson Inlet Map

Denmark Accommodation
There are three main maps on this website for the Denmark Region.

Map of the Denmark Region

Denmark WA Town & Inlet Map (you are here)

William Bay National Park Map

Denmark & The Wilson Inlet Map
Denmark is relatively easy to get around. Given it's remote location there are only a few main roads in and out of town. Take a tour:

Denmark (A) sits on astride the Denmark River a few kilometres north of the Wilson Inlet. At the mout of the river you'll find the Denmark Heritage Rail Bridge (B) with great views of the Inlet. Head south to Ocean Beach (F) to surf, south-west to Monkey Rock for the amazing view (E) or Lights Beach (H) for the full magesty of the great Southern Ocean.

Click on the markers below, or the names to the right for info>>>

Waterfall Beach Western Australia Ocean Beach
Ocean Beach is set between the Wilson Inlet and the Great Southern Ocean and is Denmark's closest beach. A popular surfing spot with a lookout to watch the action. Visit Ocean Beach.
Anvil Beach Denmark Western Australia Anvil Beach
Anvil Beach is a beautiful beach on the south side of Nullaki Peninsula on the Great Southern Ocean. It has white sand and a fresh sea breeze. Visit Anvil Beach.
Monkey Rock Western Australia Monkey Rock
Monkey Rock has spectacular views over William Bay Nat. Park, Ratcliffe Bay, Ocean Beach and the Nullaki Peninsula. The 4 km return walk from the car park is quite an climb, so come prepared. Visit Monkey Rock.
Lights Beach, Denmark WA Lights Beach
The Lookout at the carpark is inspiring with a paved walkway heading west along the ridge behind the beach offering spectacular views of the beach and heathland. Visit Lights Beach.
Denmark Heritage Rail Bridge, Western Australia Heritage Rail Bridge
The Bridge is easily accessed from Denmark Town driving south along the river (Hollings Drive) where you will find parking spaces, picnic tables and a gazebo set for tourists. Visit Heritage Rail Bridge.
Monkey Rock Western Australia The Wilson Inlet
The Wilson Inlet is fed from the Denmark and Hay Rivers and is less than 1km south of town. This majestic water is divided from the ocean by a sandbar which covers the opening much of the year. Visit the Wilson Inlet.


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Denmark Western Australia on the South Coast of Western Australia is part of a national biosphere area and deserves our care and respect. Please try to be responsible for your environmental impact when visiting Denmark WA.