Emergency information for visitors

Be prepared in the event of an emergency during your stay by reading our Visitor Emergency Information Booklet

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BEN BEACH SIGNS

There are a number of Beach Emergency Numbering (BEN) signs at various beaches and national parks to assist emergency services in getting to emergencies faster.

In an emergency dial triple zero (000) and quote the unique code on the nearest sign for emergency assistance. The signs can also be used to report shark sightings to water police on 9442 8600.

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BEN sign

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ANGEL RINGS

Angel Rings are installed at a number of coastal rock fishing locations. The installation of the rings was a collaborative project between Recfishwest and the Shire of Denmark in 2016.  If you notice an ring missing, please contact the Shire Office.

ANGEL RING LOCATIONS in the Shire of Denmark

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Denmark to Albany return community bus service

The Denmark Community Transport Group run a return bus service which operates Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. For more info see Community bus info 2020

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Plan your adventure

Plan your south coast adventure by visiting the Amazing South Coast tourism website

For more inspirational travel and destination ideas beyond the Great Southern visit the Australia's South West website 

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Denmark Visitor Centre

Located at 73 South Coast Highway Denmark. For general tourist information, including accommodation visit the Denmark Visitors Centre website.

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Historical Museum

The former Police Station is home to the Denmark Historical Museum, which is managed and operated by the Denmark Historical Society on behalf of the community. 

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Trails of Denmark

Explore the many magical paths and trails of Denmark 

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Beach wheelchairs for people with disability

Two beach wheelchairs are available for use at no cost at Ocean Beach & Parry Beach. The wheelchairs can go down to the waters edge and into the water.  For more information click here

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National toilet map

The following link will take you to the Department of Health and Ageing's National Public Toilet Map website where you can type in a postcode and search for nearby public toilets