There are so many walks in Denmark, Western Australia! Our favourites are at the top - after all these are the ones we walk so often!
If you visit the visitors centre when you get to town you can pick up a trails map. Pretty much everywhere in Denmark is connected to a walking trail.
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. Always go walking with a partner, let others know where you have gone, and take water along as well as wear proper hiking attire.
Walking along the Great South West Edge along the Bibbulmun Track is truly a magnificent experience. We even have friends who moved to Denmark from Perth and WALKED the whole way. Extraordinary!
Click for info on the Bibbulmun Track... or visit the Denmark Town Walk, Short Walks, Long Walks, Beach Walks, Treetop Walks...
The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world's great long distance walk trails, stretching nearly 1000kms from Kalamunda (Perth Hills) to Albany (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.
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. 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.
This part of the Bibbulmun Track offers extraordinary views of the Denmark Region. Well worth a visit!