Denmark is a popular tourist town which has a relaxed village atmosphere, romantic timber milling history and incredible coastal scenery. Just 45 minutes drive west of Albany, Denmark is on the shore of the spectacular Wilson Inlet and boasts glorious swimming, surfing and fishing beaches.
Denmark to Albany is an easier coastal section to walk than Peaceful Bay to Denmark. Walkers will need to plan ahead before crossing the Wilson Inlet. Options to cross Wilson Inlet include arranging private transport or walking the alternative route as marked on the map. The sandbar across Torbay Inlet is opened, usually in late winter. It may be possible to cross but if you have any doubt use the alternative route marked on the map.
This section offers sheltered swimming spots and some of the best uninterrupted scenery along the south coast. Views of the windfarm from the West Cape Howe National Park are a signal to southbound walkers that they are approaching the end of their walk in Albany. East of West Cape Howe National Park, Cosy Corner has a café and additional camping.