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We head along to coast from Walpole towards Denmark and visit some of the beaches. There are further opportunities to reach
beaches on four wheel drive tracks.
This small holiday settlement around 30 kilometres east of Walpole and
45 kilometres west of Denmark is a very popular weekend and holiday destination with Caravan Park, chalets and private cottages.
Denmark in the South West of WA; following the coastline to the west of the town
From Lights Beach near Denmark looking across to Waterfall Beach near centre of picture and the William Bay National Park. Point
Hillier and Stanley Island are in the distance
Take a drive to Madfish Bay and further on to Waterfall Beach, where a tiny waterfall comes out of the hill to trickle across the
A popular surfing beach near the sandbar enclosing Wilson Inlet. Once opened annually, due to low water levels
the bar is now rarely opened. There is a surf club and amenities at the beach.
A beach close to Denmark which is suitable for fishing
William Bay National Park
Green scrub covered hills with stark grey granite rocks, a rocky coastline and clear turquoise water
are features of this coastal National Park fifteen kilometres west of Denmark. There are pockets of Karri forest in the deeper
soils of some valleys.
Being enclosed by a rock boundary makes Greens Pool a safe and pleasant environment for a swim
in any season, with the shallow water remaining relatively warm.
A short walk away are the Elephant Rocks, where
large rocks stand in the shallow waters.
This community run serviced campground set amongst shady trees gets crowded at peak times. Sites are unpowered
and generators are permitted at set hours. Only some sites are suitable for larger caravans. Campfires are permitted most
of the year at the campground, even during the summer months when no fires may be lit through most of the Shire of Denmark. Parry Beach is close to the William Bay National Park.
Walpole to Denmark coastline
At Waterfall Beach a small waterfall sprays out of the hill and water flows across the beach
Safe swimming at Greens Pool for families
The elephant with a herd of young'uns behind
Stark grey granite in the William Bay hilltops
Masfish Bay with a shallow channel and an island which snakes inhabit
There is no entry fee to visit the William Bay National Park. Camping is not permitted in the park but there are a number of
private accommodation venues in the vicinity.