William Bay Country Cottages

Address: 65 Rice Road, Denmark, Western Australia, 6333, Australia | Ranch
 
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      Travel Blogs from Denmark

      Deep in the South West - Christmas in Walpole

      A travel blog entry by rascals on Dec 20, 2014

      20 photos

      ... May Wilson ) just like the 100KM OXFAM WALK ......but was only a few kilometres... it was beautiful.A really lovely place to spend some time.

      We headed back towards Walpole and stopped off at the Hurley Herbal farm, a lovely spot with great herbal products and really tasty coffee and cakes. We had some Splendid Fairy Wrens playing in the bushes too which was lovely.

      Back home ........ preparing for a traditional Polish ...

      Fernhook Falls Mt Franklin National Park

      A travel blog entry by wherrol on Oct 17, 2014

      13 photos

      ... to the carpark and back to Vincent. Just in time we closed the front door and it started to patter down with rain.

      Our intended camp was Fernhook Falls. We wanted to stay here last time but it is a 'no caravans allowed' campsite. Again it was lucky we had Vincent because, to be honest, we probably could only gotten the Bushtracker into one spot, and only if we were allowed to do so.

      We were all set up by lunchtime. ...

      Ya missed me?

      A travel blog entry by nifty47 on Oct 15, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... of the exhibits were either closed or not working. After this we drove a little out of town to see the "King Jarrah Tree" which is certainly an imposing item. A bloody big tree. There was a short walk around the scrub in the area which we did looking for wildflowers, you certainly don't have to look to hard although Orchids are more difficult to find.
      Next day we struck out for Pemberton and along the way came across the ...

      Visit to Valley of the Giants

      A travel blog entry by barbrob on Sep 29, 2014

      11 photos

      Set off early towards Noramlup and the Valley of the Giants to walk through the tree tops. What a spectacular view. Despite the drizzly weather there quite a few tourists and parking was at a premium. The walk ways reached up to 40 metres at the highest point and although the structure of the walk ways were strong, it was quite wobbly and balancing was awkward and made one feel dizzy (me anyway). It was 600 metres in length and the scenery ...

      Days 74 - 75 Denmark

      A travel blog entry by sammy64 on Aug 17, 2014

      19 photos

      ... is surrounded by lush green pasture and some forest. I just love the area and if it wasn't so far away I would definitely come back to this area again for an extended spring/summer holiday. The whole of WAs south west region is beautiful and I could easily live here on acreage. We headed up to Mt Clarence lookout to the Anzac Memorial. In October this year Albany celebrates 100 years since soldiers left from its port to WW1 and they are busy renovating for this and 2015 ANZAC ...