To West Australians Denmark is perhaps best described as "what Margaret River used to be like 25 years ago". To others, well just Google images of "Tree Top Walk" and "Green's Pool" and you'll start to get the idea.
Denmark is in the heart of The Great Southern region and as the WA Tourism town of the year it is well established as the best place to stay for your visit to the region.
In peak summer the Wilson inlet things cooler and Denmark gets understandably popular and "busy" (well as the locals see it). In reality there is still lots of room (but book early for all holidays!) with so many beaches, the coast and the inlets, walks, wineries etc etc. With so many places to visit and explore, well you might not know its holiday season at all away from the most popular spots (trust us the less popular spots are equally good if not better...).
Outside summer months the Wilson inlet keeps things mild and increasingly there are more sunny days in all seasons (thanks to climate change - be careful with your water use as even here we have shortages). Out of Summer and Easter visits have become more popular and now many wineries, and the brewery (significantly!) stay open all week, all year. So there really is never a bad time to visit.