Glamping near Denmark

This Rainbow Coast resort is surrounded by forests, vineyards, and beaches.

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Glamping near Denmark guide


Steeped in natural wonders, Denmark is the golden city of Western Australia’s Rainbow Coast. Wild forests, burly coastal cliffs, and pristine beaches stretch along the shore, while inland, cool-climate vineyards climb up into the weathered mountains of the Great Southern Region. Outdoor adventures are easily found, whether cycling the Munda Biddi Trail, wine-tasting at cellar-door wineries, or taking in the views along the Mount Shadforth Scenic Drive. Camping is the obvious choice to get back to nature, so park your motorhome on a local farm or a tranquil riverside campground, check into a tourist park or caravan park, or pitch your tent by the beach. 

Where to go

Rainbow Coast

Rocky coves and rugged headlands give way to white-sand beaches and idyllic inlets along the Rainbow Coast. Nearby Albany is the gateway to the natural wonders of Torndirrup National Park, while West Cape Howe National Park has spectacular coastal hikes, paragliding, and beachside camping. Further west, enjoy swimming, snorkelling, and camping at William Bay National Park, where the star attractions include the Green Pool, Elephant Rocks, and Parry Beach. 

Walpole Wilderness

Ancient karri forests, soaring granite peaks, and sprawling wetlands make up the vast Walpole Wilderness area, which stretches north and west of Denmark. Set out to explore the walking trails of Mt Lindesay National Park, go fishing and kayaking at Walpole-Nornalup National Park, or camp right by the beach at D’Entrecasteaux National Park. Hiking highlights include the Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk and the long-distance Bibbulmun Track.


Stirling Ranges

Denmark sits at the foot of Western Australia’s mountainous southern region, affording plenty of options for mountain hikes and backcountry camping. Marvel at the giant boulders of Porongurup National Park on a scenic drive or bushwalk, or head further afield to hike and camp at Stirling Range National Park. The park’s seasonal campground has unpowered sites suitable for campervans and camper trailers, but there are also glamping cabins and caravan sites nearby.  

When to go

The most popular time to visit Denmark is during the summer months, when the warm and dry weather is ideal for leisurely beach days and outdoor activities. The distinctive seasons and changeable weather along the Rainbow Coast make for some impressive views all year-round, especially during winter, when the low-lying sun and frequent rainfall combine to give the coast its name—rainbows can often be spotted throughout the day. 

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