Where the forest meets the sea!
Latitude 34° 58′ S Longitude 117° 21′ E
East of Margaret River and Walpole, 50km west of the regional centre of Albany and approximately 420 kms south of Perth, Denmark has a local population of around 6,300 people, swelling to over 15,000 during peak visitor periods. Located on the Southern Ocean coast of southern Western Australia, Denmark is internationally known as a destination to visit.
Travelling by car
The quickest route from Perth by car (about four and a half hours driving time) is via Albany Highway, travelling first through jarrah forest and then through open, agricultural land, turning off onto Muir Highway at Mount Barker and then onto the Denbarker Road.
An alternative, rather slower but perhaps more scenic, route is via South West Highway, which takes in the Blackwood River Valley, lots of tall timber country, and passes through Walpole en route to Denmark.
Travel time to/from other popular destinations
- Albany 30 mins
- Walpole 45 mins
- Pemberton 2 hrs 15 mins
- Margaret River 4 hrs
- Busselton/Bunbury 4 hrs
- Esperance 6 hrs
Travelling by bus
Daily Transwa bus services are available between Denmark and Perth
Travelling by air
There are regular flights between Perth and Albany, taking just over one hour with Rex Airlines which is about 40 minutes to Denmark by Car
Hire Cars can be organised from the Albany Airport
Denmark Air strip can accommodate charter flights through Ashburton Air.
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