The Shire of Denmark located approximately 50 kilometres west of Albany is a charming artisan town, a haven of creativity with nature at its best. Located on the banks of the beautiful Denmark River, with its rugged coastline and towering forests, Denmark offers visitors unforgettable coastal scenery, rolling hills, premium cool climate wineries and a thriving art scene. There are so many options when it comes to finding a place to stay in Denmark, with everything from luxurious retreats to budget style accommodation. 

Within the Shire of Denmark there are two main community centres,  the town of Denmark which is the largest in the Shire, and the smaller village of Nornalup.

Denmark attracts regular visitors for the Denmark Arts Markets and the annual Denmark Festival of Voice.


Nornalup is a small village on the banks of the Frankland River, in the heart of the giant karri and tingle forests of the beautiful Walpole Nornalup National Park. Within the Nornalup Inlet there is excellent boating, fishing and swimming. Alternatively, you can canoe along the Frankland River that flows through the forest.

For more information contact the Denmark Visitor Centre.

Denmark Visitor Centre

Address: 73 South Coast Highway, Denmark, 6333

Phone: (08) 9848 2055


Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday 10 am – 2 pm