What geocaching trip to Western Australia would be complete without a trip to Denmark ?
Denmark is approximately 420km, or a 4 ½ hour drive from Perth via the Albany Highway. It is a popular Holiday destination offering some of the state’s most dramatic coastlines and stunning forests. With so much to see and do, we cant list them all here but check out the Denmark Visitors Website for a heap off information including attractions, accommodation and much, much more.
Denmark has welcomed Geocaching and why not ? It is home to one of Western Australia’s most respected, (and favorited) geocachers – roymerc. And it’s not hard to see why. Even the ABC were impressed and commissioned a short video which can be seen here
The stats speak for themselves. As of March 2016, 3 caches with over 140 Fav Points, a further 14 with over 50.
As Molly would say, “Do yourself a favour” and book a trip to Denmark. You wont regret it.
From the Coastal towns of Port Hedland and Karratha, to the magnificent Karijini National Park, The Pilbara has something for everyone.
The region offers an abundance of rugged gorges, secluded waterfalls and isolated rivers and billabongs within its three national parks; Millstream-Chichester, Karlamilyi and Karijini. In addition to its magnificent inland attractions, the Pilbara's coastal plain is home to National Heritage listed Dampier Archipelago and the Montebello and Mackerel islands.
Some of the highlights include :
states highest cache atop Mt Meharry (youll earn your T5 with the walk/climb),
Millstream National Park (An oasis at GC2HAY4)
Karijini National Park (Even Geocaching.com puts GC4CNMG in its top 11 must visit earthcaches world wide)
Red Dog Country (Karatha/Dampier)
Some of the best 4WD tracks and camping areas to escape the ratrace