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special Event


Love Stories of Place

Listen    Look      Feel

Witness the Denmark community sharing tales of a life spent in the Great Southern, with her special water places through the Water Walk experience that takes you along the banks of Kwoorabup to the Denmark River mouth, and the coastal cliffs of Pooryungup to Lights Beach, where QR code plaques let you access local Denmark stories.

Made by SHOON Healthy Art and the Waterways Team, through Denmark Arts Council. Proudly supported by The Department of Local Government Sport and Cultural Industries, Lotterywest, Regional Arts WA, Regional Arts Australia and Australian Museums and Galleries Association.

Unity through Diversity



Friday June 3rd at 6pm Denmark Visitor Centre
The Waterways Opening Exhibition, featuring stunning paintings by Jeannie Smith and photography by Brendon Manuel, Vashti Innes-Brown, Rachel Angelini and Anthony Endacott.


Saturday June 4 at 12pm Denmark Civic Centre

Respected Menang Noongar elder Carol Pettersen will share a moving story of identity and connection at Walking Together Water Story alongside a screening of a Waterways film at the Denmark Festival of Voice Opening Ceremony.


Sunday June 5

The weekend’s celebrations culminate in two special Water Walk performances on Sunday June 5. Meet at the Denmark River Mouth at 12pm and at Lights Beach lookout at 4pm.