Located three kilometres from Denmark and extending from the shores of Wilson Inlet to the crown of Weedon Hill, The Cove is a natural environment to explore and enjoy. The 24 hectares of native Karri and Jarrah forest is home to over 50 species of birds and many wildflowers. Walk trails allow you to discover The Coves secrets, or to stride a 30 minute power walk around the property. Public walk trails link directly to The Cove allowing walks further afield. The Cove's sheltered bay allows small boats direct access to the property, making it an ideal place for water-based activities such as fishing, sailing, canoeing and windsurfing. Five handcrafted, self-contained chalets cater for a variety of needs, from honeymooners to families and larger groups. Wood fires and insulation make for a cosy winter retreat, while extensive use of roof and wall glazing ensures you fully appreciate the surrounding environment. Built by woodworker owner-managers, The Cove is an example of timber usage in its many forms, from bush timbers to finely crafted furniture. An active timber workshop is located on the property, and you’re welcome to visit and view ongoing work.