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e Great Southern
to Denmark perhaps -- takes you past a toffee
factory and a honey farm (ever wondered what
honey wine tastes like?). There are a couple of
berry farms that offer you the opportunity to pick
your own fruit or simply pick from a selection of
delicious jams and sauces.
Not only does Denmark produce its fair share
of the region's best food products, for a small
town it is also home to a disproportionate number
of great restaurants -- of all sorts.
It's best to check with the Denmark Visitors
Centre for its list of restaurants to confirm opening
times because they will vary throughout the
If you have not eaten while you are out on the
road, there is a range of options for lunch from
award-winning pies (and cakes) at the bakery to
gourmet produce and quality cafes.
The Denmark Liquor store has an
extraordinarily comprehensive range of wines
from the regions, as well as premium wines from
all over the state and the country. And very helpful
staff to guide your selection.
When all this delicious food starts weighing
you down, turn the car around and drive out
15km west to William Bay National Park for a
walk or a swim -- or both. Elephant Rocks and
Greens Pool are about 15 minutes' walk apart
along a well-maintained track. The beach at
Greens Pool is protected from waves and sheltered
SEA AND SCENERY: (above) Greens Pool provides a
safe, spectacular swimming hole while (this picture)
the rugged beauty of the ancient Stirling Ranges stand
sentinel over canola fields. Opposite: Autumn brings a
special magic to Great Southern vineyards.
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