The Seniorocity Guide to Things to Do in Denmark and Walpole

Things to do in Denmark

The Great Southern town of Denmark sure is great! Along with neighboring Walpole, the area is a fantastic place to explore – particularly if you love nature and wine! From the tall trees of the Walpole-Nornalup National Park, pristine beaches of the William Bay National Park and so many delicious food and wine experiences – there are so many things to pack into a holiday in Denmark and Walpole. See our big guide to all the best things to do in Denmark WA.


Things to Do in Denmark and Walpole – Attractions

William Bay National Park

The breathtaking William Bay National Park is home to some of WA’s most picture-perfect beaches. From popular swimming spot Greens Pool to the must-see Elephant Rocks, plus Madfish Bay and Waterfall Beach – this national park is a wonderful spot to discover.

Things to do in Denmark


Valley of the Giants, Walpole

The tree top walk has been created up amongst ancient, rare red tingle trees. Found within an easy drive of both Walpole and Denmark, you can easily spend a few hours exploring this attraction. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Valley of the Giants


Ancient Empire Walk, Walpole

Part of the Valley of the Giants, the Ancient Empire Walk is a free attraction to enjoy. Take the wooden boardwalk from the Discovery Centre and walk through the lush forest floor, keep your eyes peeled for Grandma Tingle! Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Ancient Empire Walk


Denmark Animal Farm, Denmark

Great for the grandkids, the hands-on Denmark Animal Farm and wildlife park is where you can pat, cuddle and feed a huge range of friendly animals. Meet alpacas, rabbits, chickens and even joeys! Read all about it in the Buggybuddys review.


Denmark Country Club

Love golf? The Denmark Country Club, just outside of town, features a challenging 18-hole golf course, an undercover driving range, eight synthetic tennis courts and a spacious modern clubhouse.


Dinosaur World Bird and Reptile Park

Dino lovers young and old will be amazed by the huge prehistoric replica skeletons at Dinosaur World Bird and Reptile Park! There are dinosaur bones and reptile exhibits, as well as lots of native and exotic birds to see and meet. You might even be lucky enough to get up close! See more on their website.

Things to do in Denmark


Things to Do in Denmark – Food and Wine Experiences

Castelli Estate, Denmark

Denmark is also famous for its wine! Castelli Estate boasts award-winning wines made from fruit sourced from vineyards in the Great Southern. Be sure to enjoy a tasting at the cellar, where the friendly winemakers offer an extensive choice of wines for tasting. Wines by the glass and grazing boards are also available.

Pic Credit: Castelli Wines


Bartholomews Meadery, Denmark

Something a little different is Mead, aka honey wine. Bartholomews Meadery produces honey, mead and even scrumptious honey Ice Cream. See a glass beehive, and choose from many bee and honey-related gifts, including toys and skin care. See more on their website.


The Denmark Chocolate Company

Love chocolate? The Denmark Chocolate Company is a must visit attraction amongst stunning cottage gardens. WA’s first licensed chocolate lounge lets you enjoy fine handmade chocolates with local wines. Their hot chocolates are not to be missed. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Denmark Chocolate Company


Duckett’s Mill Wines, Denmark

Found along the Scottsdale Tourist Trail in Denmark, this winery shares a spot with Denmark Farmhouse Cheese. What a perfect pairing! Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.



Have we missed your favourite things to do in Denmark and Walpole? Let us know in the comments below!

Want to know the best restaurants in Denmark? See our guide here.

Get more travel ideas in Western Australia here.

About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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