Minutes from town and set between Wilson inlet and the ocean, Ocean Beach is great for a swim, surf or a walk. It has great views over the inlet and the headland and is easily accessible by car.
Lights Beach is perfect for a long stroll or beach fishing. The best times of day is either sunrise or sunset, as the light changes colour and dances through the waves. It has easy car park access.
One of the most loved beaches in all of Western Australia, Greens Pool is perfect for swimming. The surrounding rocks create a gentle and spectacular pool for swimming, paddle boarding and snorkeling.
An absolute must, Elephant Rocks is known for its rock formations that resemble a herd of Elephants and sparkling turquoise waters, Climb the rocks for amazing views and access to Waterfall beach.
Located at the western end of William Bay National Park offering spectacular views across the bay and surrounding park. Those with a 4WD can drive on the beach, making it ideal for a beach fish or picnic.
Noongar legend has it that as the tide drops, the fish in the bay start to thrash about, or go "mad". This has to be one of the most spectacular beaches in Australia. At low tide, water laps at your feet from both sides!
Not far from Denmark is Conspicuous Cliffs. You really get a feel for the power of the Southern Ocean from the look outs. The views go on forever and it's a great place to spot whales on their seasonal migration. It's also perfect for beach fishing.
Lowlands is 25km east of Denmark. This remote but incredible beach is tucked away between limestone cliffs. The path takes you down from the car park onto the gently sloping boulder. Quite often you will have this beach all to yourself.
Located in the West Cape Howe National Park, just the drive alone to Shelley's is amazing. You can watch hang gliders launch from the towering cliffs above, then drive down to watch them land on the sand. Camping spots are available.