Greens Pool, William Bay.

Denmark is a nature lover’s dream and has so much to offer Perth residents looking for the ultimate tree change. Ross Squire Homes has helped many families and retirees build in Denmark.

Situated on the scenic Denmark River and surrounded by history, this pretty town is one you will never want to leave. No traffic lights, friendly people, pristine nature experiences, and fresh country air.

The town site features cafes, shops, award winning bakery and main streets that carry an artisan flair. Local Clubs welcome new arrivals with open arms. You can join in with crafty quilters, machinery restoration, embroidery, the CWA, garden lovers, Lions Club, badminton, lawn bowls, golf, tennis, bootscooting, surf lifesaving and Denmark’s very own Dragon Boat Club!

Denmark attractions include Denmark Dinosaur World and Denmark Maze, which thankfully are separate places!

Denmark is a haven for food, wine and music festivals which keep the culture thriving.

Denmark wines have gathered international acclaim and even feature on the menus of Michelin Star winning restaurants. Or if beer and cider are more your thing there are many local brewers to cater for your taste. The region also offers local berry and honey businesses where you can experience the farm and taste the produce.

Nearby Wilson’s Inlet features a mussel and oyster farm which can supply your gourmet appetite.

Denmark is a great base to explore wild things along the coast like Elephant Rocks, Greens Pool and Shelley Beach. The region is filled with places that sound so enticing like Waterfall Beach, Cosy Corner and Peaceful Bay.

Surrounded by Karri, Jarrah, Marri and Tingle forest, Denmark provides outdoor adventures to rejuvenate the soul. You can walk part of the Bibbulmun Track, go mountain biking on the Munda Biddi Trail and experience the tree top walk.

You may even catch a glimpse of a Hollywood star or two. Tim Winton’s book ‘Breath’ is being made into a feature film in picturesque Denmark. Actor and director Simon Baker, is playing a starring role. Of the movie location Tim Winton has said “The Great Southern region has had an enormous impact on my life and work, so I’m very pleased this film is being shot on the beaches and streets and forests that inspired the book”.

Winter is a great time of year to leave Perth on the Friday and take a drive down South. Book a cabin, snuggle up in front of a cosy fire with a bottle of Denmark’s internationally acclaimed wines. Then venture out on the Saturday and find the perfect block of land to build your Ross Squire Home. With block prices starting from $89K all the way up to the million-dollar market, there is something for everyone.