Nornalup in Denmark a hamlet in the Walpole Wilderness Valley of the Giants
On South Coast Highway west of Denmark and east of Walpole town centre.
Nornalup, on the banks of the Frankland River, 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.
There is excellent boating, fishing and swimming at Nornalup Inlet and Bellanger Beach and whale watching off Conspicuous Cliff. Canoe along the Frankland River that flows through the forest.
During summer, the Nornalup Beach Road to Conspicuous Bay and along the coastal plain, passes the only known native stand of red flowering gum trees (Corymbia Ficifolia) in Western Australia.
Nornalup was first settled by Frenchman Pierre Bellanger in 1911. The forest area and stunning Frankland River were preserved as national parks by the foresight of Western Australia's early premier, Sir James Mitchell.
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.
Facilities: On the South Coast Highway is the highly acclaimed Nornalup Tea House restaurant, for breakfast lunch and dinner. Caravan parks, camping and chalets holiday accommodation is available.