Peaceful Bay - A Denmark hamlet in the Walpole Wilderness National Park
On the Southern Ocean coast 10 Kilometre's from Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk
Peaceful Bay, on the Southern Ocean coast, is a Denmark hamlet in Walpole Wilderness National Park, 5 minutes drive from Nornalup, 10 minutes east of Walpole. Around 400 kilometres south of Perth east of Margaret River and Manjimup, west of Albany.
The bay is ideal for swimming, fishing, boating; sandy beach tracks provide access to wild and rugged coastline for four-wheel drives. The area is renowned for its wildflowers, including the endemic flowering gum and over 40 species of native orchids. The famous Bibbulmun Track walk trail, stretching 1000 kilometres from Perth to Albany; via the Valley of The Giants Tree Top Walk to Conspicuous beach and through Peaceful Bay, offering walkers spectacular views of the coastline and secluded beaches. Seals and whales are often sited.
Peaceful Bay was once a large coastal grazing lease, used by land owners for summer cattle grazing. The early settlers would travel by horse and cart to Peaceful Bay for a break from farm chores. For many years, a few fishermen's shacks were the only sign of habitation. Now there are over 250 holiday homes and a number of permanent residents.
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: Peaceful Bay's one-stop-store open 7 days, coffee, good fish and chips, fuel, toilets and picnic barbeque area. Caravan parks, camping and chalets holiday accommodation is available.