Above: Springdale Beach historic guest house
Below: Wilson Inlet - Swimming lessons

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Springdale Beach is an intimate estate of just 170 homesites on the South Coast Highway near Denmark. It’s just 2.5km east of the Denmark town centre and 30 minutes to Albany. The Denmark Golf and Country Club is in walking distance, and all homesites have easy access to the tranquil waters of Wilson Inlet, Denmark’s first safe swimming beach.

Springdale Beach was also the site of Denmark’s first guesthouse, and was a popular stopover for day excursions on the Denmark-Nornalup rail line. Locals and visitors can still walk the heritage trail along Wilson Inlet directly into the town centre.

Find out more about Denmark History Here.

Living at Springdale Beach provides the opportunity to enjoy the unique environment including proximity to The Valley of the Giants and Tree Top Walk, rocky headlands, secluded beaches and sheltered bays. You can enjoy visiting one of the many local vineyards, cafes and tourist attractions or relax by fishing, surfing and bushwalking.

The site was chosen by the award winning LWP Property Group as it provided a rare opportunity to develop a significant estate with beach access to the stunning Wilson Inlet, as well as hinterland views and close proximity to the town centre.


Springdale Beach offers direct access to the tranquil waters of Wilson Inlet and is just a short walk from the Denmark Golf and Country Club and the town itself. A small village centre is planned for Springdale Beach, with charming cafe style dining and stunning ocean views. Denmark is five minutes away with shops, schools and other facilities whilst just over half an hour away, Albany has all the conveniences of a major regional city.

There are a wealth of places to enjoy in this region - secluded beaches and rocky headlands, beautiful forests and over twenty wineries with restaurants and cafes, gardens and picnic areas. There’s a range of activities, community and sporting groups:

• Badminton
• Lawn bowls
• Golf
• Tennis
• Surfing
• Horse riding
• Fishing
• Dinghy hire
• Crafts

For those who enjoy bushwalking, Denmark offers a variety of tracks through tall elegant forests, tranquil beaches, mountain outcrops, and open pastures with endless wildflowers.

For more information on all there is to experience in Denmark, the Visitors Centre has a vast list of activities and attractions.

View Visitor Centre Website