There's plenty of things to do and see!
With lots of events happening in our region throughout the calendar year, Denmark is a great place to base yourself to enjoy all that's on offer.
Our accommodation is located 10 minutes out of town at Ocean Beach, a quiet place to stay after a busy day.
Across the road from your chalet take advantage of the dual cycle and walk path which takes you to town in one direction and Ocean Beach in the other. Cycle or walk from Ocean Beach to Lights Beach on the new Wilderness Ocean Walk Trail.
The Bibbulmun Track, an amazing walk trail, enables you to see the spectacular coastline and hinterland in the Denmark area. Pack a lunch, plenty of water and enjoy a day walk.
Mt Lindesay National Park has a walk trail to the summit - enjoy magnificent granite outcrops with a variety of wildflowers at most times of the year and views in all directions when you reach the top.
Ocean Beach is just up the road and Greens Pool at William Bay National Park is about 20 minutes away, magic on a Summer's Day, and while you're there, drop in to Mad Fish Bay.
Surfing is popular across at Ocean Beach, Parry’s and Light’s Beach. Keen kitesurfers can also be found at Ocean Beach in the windy summer periods.
Dog exercise areas
Surfside's Pet Friendly accommodation is located near Lights Beach and Ocean Beach where you can exercise your dog. And not far way is Parry Beach and the Denmark River near Rivermouth Caravan Park.
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There are lots of places close by for a spot of fishing - Wilson Inlet, Ocean Beach, McGeary's Rocks, and Lights Beach.
King George whiting, bream, snapper and flat-head can all be found in Wilson’s Inlet and salmon can be found on the open beaches in autumn and winter.
If all else fails, book yourself into a local fishing charter where all the hard work is done for you.
The grounds at Surfside, the Wilson Inlet, Prawn Rock Channel and Prawn Rock island (all directly across the road) provide great opportunities for bird watching.
The list is long - from the amazingly beautiful splendid blue-wrens and honey-eaters, to a multitude of waterbirds such as pelicans, swans, cormorants,and ospreys.
For those wishing to visit the famous Tree Top Walk and Tingle Forest at the Valley of The Giants, head off on a day trip towards Walpole, stopping at beaches, galleries or wineries along the way.