On this page we will include data on the methods and usage of transport in the town and shire of Denmark. There will also be information on sustainable transport projects and innovations in the local area.

An initiative of the Seniors Advisory Committee
Proudly produced by the Shire of Denmark Seniors Advisory Committee 953 South Coast Highway (PO Box 183) Denmark WA 6333 Telephone: (08) 9848 0300, Facsimile: (08) 9848 1985 Email: enquiries@denmark.wa.gov.au Website: www.denmark.wa.gov.au

It is intended that this information will be useful for all sectors of our community but it has been specifically written with the follow- ing principles:
Specifically this pamphlet is intended to provide information about transport options for the aged, infirmed, isolated and disadvantaged.
It is acknowledged that there are many within our community that, for a number of reasons, require support in accessing transport either travelling within the Shire of accessing services and facilities further afield in places such as Albany and Perth.
In keeping with Council’s desire to minimise the impact of our community’s emissions contributing towards climate change, it is hoped that the transport options within this document will en- able reduction of green house gas emissions by encouraging more viable transport options such as public transport and maximising the number of passengers in vehicles.

Find a Lift.com.au is a free service which helps con- nect people who want to travel and carpool within Western Australia.
To Find A Lift visit www.findalift.com.au and follow the instructions.
Council’s carpark, conveniently located at 953 South Coast Highway, is available for temporary parking for travellers who choose to car pool to Albany.

Local Cycling Group

WE NEED YOUR HELP TO SPREAD THE WORD! We are generating a contact list of people interested in cycling and local sustainable transport.
Help lobby for better biking in Denmark.

Transition Kwoorabup Denmark – cycling initiative www.denmarkwa.wikispaces.com /Transport

supported by the Denmark Environment Centre, auspiced by Denmark Education and Innovation Centre


Munda Biddi Bike Trail Opening - May 20th - Try the Trail - Denmark

Sunday, 20 May 2012, 12:00 - 2:30

The Albany to Denmark section of Trail will be finished in mid May and the Munda Biddi Trail Foundation is organising a community celebration to give members, volunteers, locals and MBTF enthusiasts their first chance to try out this new section of trail. There will be different rides to suit beginners, kids and families through to the more experienced riders.
How Much: FREE

Includes: Experienced ride guides and refreshments.
Ride Option 1 - SEMI CHARGED:

For those infrequent cyclists who are comfortable with riding on mainly gentle off-road routes (may include occasional moderate technical sections).

Terrain Rating: Easy

Total Riding Distance: Approximately 8km
Ride Option 2 - CHARGED:

Aimed at those who are regular cyclists, reasonably fit and able to cycle at an average of 10km per hour on moderate technical sections (may also include some challenging sections).

Terrain Rating: Mainly easy with some medium

Total Riding Distance: Approximately 19km
Location : Denmark Visitor Centre
Contact : events@mundabiddi.org.au or (08) 9481 2483
Register at http://www.mundabiddi.org.au/events/evetn-registration.html?controller=event&task=options&eventId=19

On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 10:38 AM, Amanda Brooks <manager@hansonexecutive.com.au> wrote:

  • Hello Donald,

Thanks for your time on the phone earlier, it's great to be in contact with you.

As explained, I'm arranging a cycling-related family fun day event on 20th May at a picnic spot close to Springdale Beach.

The aim of the event is to launch a new cycle shelter, named after Charlie Smith who established a holiday retreat at what will be the event location in the 1920s.

I would love to invite a group of young cyclists from Transition Kwoorabup Denmark to be involved in the launch please.

Could you please nominate 4 young people (ages 6-15) who would be willing to represent your group and to greet the Minister as he arrives by bicycle at a specially arranged pitstop.

These 4 young people would need to be on location by 12noon so I can usher them safely to the pitstop and have them ready in place. There will be a photographer present and we have invited the local paper.

All of the members of your cycling group are welcome to attend the Family Fun Day which will take place from 1pm-230pm.

Want to get active in Bike Week? Attend a Bike Week event (18 – 25 March) in Denmark Saturday 24 March 9am start

- a family ride - from the Denmark Visitors Centre to Ocean Beach and back, take a brunch and have a splash, 8km each way. You can hire bikes at the Visitors Centre

If you can attend this Bike Week event, please email TransitionDenmark@gmail.com or phone Donald Clarke 98483606

And from Transition Albany and the Albany Bike Users Group - come to the Bike Fix, Swap and Sell Fest on March 25 at the PCYC and we'll show you the easy way to fix a flat tyre.