The spectacular coastline and pristine beaches of Western Australia make it a great place for a holiday. If you want to explore the natural beauty of the Great Southern Region then eco-friendly Denmark is a perfect spot on the Rainbow Coast. Don’t miss a hike at Giant’s (Karri) Walk, a swim in the emerald waters of Green’s Pool, whale watching, a Wildflower Tour, and a glass of superb chardonnay at the Single File Winery. See the list of things to do below… Now read on for Eco and Nature: Denmark Accommodation Western Australia for retreats that are rustic on the outside and gorgeous on the inside!
Type of Accommodation: Eco-friendly and Organic
Destination: Denmark | Western Australia | Australia
1. The Floating Forest
Discover chalets in the forest surrounded by wildflowers, Tingle, and Karri trees, and the peaceful sounds of nature; native birds, and browsing kangaroos.
Secluded, Relaxing, Breathtaking.Happy Guest
Choose from a 1 or 2-bedroom chalet for 2 to 4 guests. Each has a deck with bush and ocean views, kitchen, wood fire, WIFI, AC, and Nespresso. The outdoor furniture handmade from tree branches are cool! You’re welcomed to this tranquil retreat with fresh fruit and locally made chocolates. Nice 🙂
2. The Tree House
Come and stay at this unique treehouse holiday home for 4! Architecturally designed to sit between tall Karri trees and massive granite boulders. There’s even a boulder jutting into the lounge!
Halfway between Denmark and Ocean Beach, you’re not far from all the attractions of the region. 7kms to Green’s Pool and Elephant Rocks, 2kms to Denmark.
A magic house in the middle of the forest!Happy Guest
The bedroom has a queen-size bed and there’s another queen-size bed in the loft with a ladder for access. The bathroom has a shower and a large spa bath. Under 2s are welcome and stay for free.
In the treetops, you can lounge on the large cantilevered deck with a local glass of wine and views of Wilson Inlet, or indoors cook up a storm in the open-plan kitchen, and relax in the dining/living area near the cozy wood-burning heater. The tree house also has air conditioning for winter and summer so the house is a super comfy hideaway any time of the year.
3. Karrak Reach Forest Retreat
Near Elephants Rock and Green’s Pool, you’ll come to quirky chalets on stilts at Karrak Reach.
The retreat is peaceful with a spa and wellness centre on-site.
Each chalet offers modern and immaculate interiors and includes a kitchen,1 or 2 bedrooms, luxury linen, a lounge, ac and heating, and satellite TV. The bespoke cottage can accommodate up to 6 guests.
Relax on your deck with paddock and valley views. You’ll see kangaroos, alpacas, goats, sheep, and cattle meandering around the farm. Kids love it!
Get fit and enjoy nature on the forest hiking trails on the property. You’re also near the Harewood Forest Walk Trail.
Things to Do in Denmark:
Treetop Walk and Giants (Karri) Walk
Green’s Pool – clear emerald water and white sand beach
Elephant Rocks for beach and swimming
Denmark Tours: Wildflower Tour, Winery Tour, Surfing Lessons, Poornarti Aboriginal Tours, Whale Watching, Horse Riding, and the Wow Wilderness Ecocruise at the Walpole Inlet
Bike the Munda Bikki Trail
Walk the Bibbulmum Track and Harewood State Forest
Beaches: Anvil, Waterfall, Lights, and Ocean
Hope you’ve enjoyed this little list of places to stay in Western Australia: Eco and Nature: Denmark Accommodation Western Australia.