The Nullaki Peninsula separates Wilson Inlet from the Great Southern Ocean. The land is bordered to the south by a rugged coastline with beaches and dramatic bluffs towering 170m above the Southern Ocean. The 360 degree view from the coastal plateau that sits atop this ridgeline is absolutely breathtaking. These blocks all have spectacular house sites with world class views out over the ocean, up and down the coast and out over the 48square kilometres of Wilson Inlet to the north. Towards the western end of the peninsula, stairs and paths give access to the beautiful Anvil and Ocean Beaches, favourites for both swimming and fishing.
From these Southern Ocean facing cliff tops, the land slopes down to the north until you come to the sheltered and protected inlet shoreline. Here the Karri & Peppermint forests reach the waters’ edge providing nesting places for the sea eagles and many other outstanding species bird life. It is surprising to find trees of this size in a coastal setting. As you will see from the maps, the topography is very undulating across the whole peninsula. This enables you to achieve outstanding views from all of the blocks.
These 40ha lots are appealing to people looking for a unique lifestyle opportunity in a pristine and unspoilt corner of the globe. The air is pure. The water is plentiful, clean and fresh. Some of the residents who have lived here all their lives take this as being quite normal. It is the international visitors and friends who remind them every day how lucky they are.
On the Nullaki Wilderness Estate most of the house sites have a northerly aspect. This is desirable when living in the southern hemisphere as the sun moves further north in winter. All of the properties have stunning views over the water, be it to ocean or inlet, and often both. In the distance towards the northern horizon you can clearly see the Stirling and Porongurup Ranges, two of the regions bigger mountain ranges.
Wilson Inlet is a popular water playground in the summer months with people water skiing, kayaking and canoeing. There are very good stocks of fish, mussels and crabs providing excellent fresh fare for the dining table. A number of professional fishermen make their livelihood just from the plentiful waters of the inlet. With a surface area of 48 square kilometres, it is in fact one of the largest inlets in Western Australia. The Sleeman, Hay and Denmark rivers feed into it from the north.
Pelican Island, located just off the northern shore of the Nullaki, is a bird sanctuary and breeding ground that supports a huge variety of birds at various times of the year.
From the boat launching ramp and jetty on the north shore of the Nullaki, it is a 10 minute boat trip across the inlet, up the Denmark River and into the centre of the lively coastal town of Denmark. You can tie off onto the town jetty in Berridge Park. Café’s, a-la-cart dining, shopping and the rest of the towns’ amenities are right there at your convenience.
The Nullaki Wilderness Estate is bordered to the east by the West Cape Howe National Park and to the west by the William Bay National Park. North and south are bound by water. The opportunity to own coastal freehold land (i.e. privately owned land) such as this in such a pristine, natural environment is very rare. There is nothing else like it in Western Australia. Most of our beautiful coastal areas are set aside as National Parks which you cannot own. We welcome you to come and visit the Nullaki, and if you like to make a piece of this paradise your home, or at least your home away from home.
How to get there:
Located 420km from Perth, 8km from Denmark by boat, and 44km from Albany, the Nullaki is easy to get to. The closest city with international flights is Perth, the capital of Western Australia. From Perth to Albany is an easy 55 minute flight. From Albany it is a 35 min drive via a country highway and the delightful Eden road, to your front door on the Nullaki. If you choose to drive down from Perth and enjoy some of the fine scenery of our South West region, we recommend taking the Albany Highway south, passing through the towns of Williams and Kojonup then turning west at Mount Barker, following the signs to Denmark. This has been detailed on our maps to direct your journey.
Thank you for visiting our site and we hope to see you in Denmark and look forward to taking you over the Nullaki!