Bow Bridge - a Denmark hamlet in the Valley of the Giants Walpole Wilderness
On South Coast Highway west of Denmark and east of Walpole town centre.
Bow Bridge is a Denmark hamlet in Walpole Wilderness National Park. It is around 400 kilometres south of Perth, east of Margaret River and Manjimup, west of Albany.
The beginning was timber milling and farming, settling around the Irwin Inlet, into which the pristine Bow River and Kent Rivers flow. Only 5 minute drive from Peaceful Bay and Nornalup and 20 minutes west of Denmark and east of Walpole town centre.
On the South Coast Highway and the corner of Valley Of The Giants Road, is the quaint one-stop-shop - the Bow Bridge Roadhouse, something of a local landmark in this quiet rural community.
Facilities: toilets, picnic barbeque area, Post Office, groceries, CD's, Cafe, fuel station, good wine cellar, famous burgers and fresh marron, grown in the pristine waters of the area. Open 7 days a week. Local marron also available at the Old Kent River wine cellars restaurant. Accommodation available, Olive Oil, Wine and cellars door service, fine art, Valley Of The Giants Gallery and gardens, plus open gardens at Tree Elle on school holidays.
Refer to the Map to plan Day tours in and around Walpole Wilderness National Park making your way South along the Southern Ocean coast and North East of the South Coast Highway. Get up close with Natures best and walk the Bibbulmun Track.