Denmark beaches

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    NOT TOO FAR FROM DENMARK, YOU WILL FIND SOME BEAUTIFUL BEACHES: Photo courtesy of Tourism Western Australia
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    SOME OF THE BEACHES ARE SHELTERED FROM OCEAN SWELLS, MAKING THEM IDEAL FOR SWIMMING, OTHERS ARE GREAT FOR SURFING: Photo courtesy of Tourism Western Australia
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Denmark beaches

Not too far away from Denmark on the coastline you will find some lovely beaches.

Cosy Corner Beach

Pristine white beaches, camping facilities, and lots of picnic benches.

Greens Pool

Stunning location where you can swim in a protected natural swimming pool of crystal clear water. Also good for snorkelling and scuba diving.

Lights Beach

Good for surfing and fishing but not safe for swimming.

Lowlands Beach

Beautiful beach, tucked between towering limestone cliffs. There are platforms for viewing dolphins, whales and the majestic cliffs and scenery.

Madfish Bay

Here you can walk through the water to an island, which snakes are known to inhabit. The area provides sheltered swimming and is also good for snorkelling and fishing.

Ocean Beach

Great for surfing, swimming and sunbaking.

Parry Beach

There are spectacular views across William Bay towards Green Pool and Elephant Rocks. Nice place to swim, fish and camping is available.

Peaceful Bay

Located approximately 45km west of Denmark, past William Bay National Park, or 30k east of Walpole. Peaceful Bay is perfect for swimming, snorkelling or enjoying the spectacular coastline which overlooks William Bay National Park.

Shelley Beach

Popular place for hang-gliding and para-gliding, this more remote beach is set amongst dramatic rocky headlands that plunge to the sea. Here you can get some spectacular views.

Waterfall Beach

Somewhat sheltered, this is a pretty beach where a freshwater stream gushes from the dunes, tumbling over rocks on its way to the sea.