March 25th, 2022
Like a mini Margs, Denmark is home to a number of beautiful wineries and cellar doors, bringing some different flavours thanks to the cooler southern climates. We’ve mentioned a couple here, and for a comprehensive list you can follow this link. At a glance, Harewood Estate, Moombaki, Rockcliffe, Rising Star, Monkey Rock and Silverstream should be top of your list!
A 15-minute drive west of Denmark’s centre will get you to Greens Pool – a beautiful, white sandy beach located in the William Bay National Park. Greens Pool is almost completely sheltered from the waves of the Great Southern Ocean by the rounded rock boulders typical to this area, making it a great swimming beach for the whole family.
Elephant Rocks & Elephant Cove
A 10-minute walk west of Greens Pool is Elephant Cove – a picturesque sheltered beach, featuring a series of exposed rocks, which from several angles resembles a herd of elephants. Like Greens Pool, Elephant Cove has its own car park when you get to William Bay National Park. The more adventurous can descend the staircase between the rocks and make their way to the Cove, which although is generally a lovely place for a swim, does at times have a rip.
Located amongst the rugged wilderness of West Cape Howe National Park is Shelley Beach, which is without a doubt one of the most beautiful beaches in the region. It’s the only area of this spectacular coastal landscape that can be accessed in a two wheel drive, making it a favourite stop for beach-lovers, campers, anglers and bushwalkers. The huge granite boulders that frame Shelley Beach were formed over 1,100 million years ago and provide shelter for swimming and fishing.
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