GREENS POOL AND ELEPHANT ROCKS
Just a few kilometeres down the road is a beautiful, magical beach called Greens Pool in William Bay National Park.
Almost completely sheltered from the waves of the Great Southern Ocean by the rounded rock boulders typical to this area, Greens Pool is paradise.
Walking into the water, you will notice the long gradual slope, allowing children of all ages to experience the ocean in an safe and comfortable environment.
The expansively white beach stretches west, endlessly out of sight, far past the rock guardians of the rock pool across William Bay and Mazzoletti Beach. Greens Pool is one of the most popular destinations in Denmark, WA.
Nextdoor you will find the so called Elephant Rocks beach, which, as the name suggests, resembles a herd of elephants paddling in the shallow waters.
Adding to the beauty and charm of the area, these beaches have some outstanding snorkeling spots with clear waters and plenty of fish to admire amongst the rocks and coral on the inner side of the rock breaks.
TREE TOP WALK
The internationally recognised tree top walk is located a short drive west of our property. This stunning nature-based attraction is well worth a visit, image walking through ancient trees 40 meters above the ground, the spectacular views are truly unforgettable. Not to mention the walk trails around the base of these majestical giants.
Mount Franklin National Park is located north of Walpole. Why not pack a picnic and enjoy the sights at Fernhook Falls? If you enjoy walking be sure to walk the summit of Mount Franklin as it will amaze you with spectacular views. For those a little less energetic there is a wilderness lookout that still boosts fantastic views of the area without the hike.
Not far from the township of Denmark you will find Ocean Beach. This beach is protected from the south westerly winds and is gorgeous spot for a beach walk. Being Denmark’s only patrolled surf beach in the summer months it has a beautifully grass area to lay back and relax on nice days. Located just a little further south at the end of Ocean Beach Road you can park your car and enjoy a spectacular walk along the WOW trail. This walk is along the southern coast line between Ocean Beach and Lights Beach, if you're lucky you might spot a whale or two during the migration season!