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Beautiful place to explore with the family and a great Nature reserve to see the wildlife.
Unique National Trust island in Europe’s largest Natural harbour. It’s where the first scout camp took place and is inhabits by Red Squirrels.
Take the short ferry ride from either Poole Quay or Sandbanks to Brownsea Island. This island is owned by the National Trust and is one of the very few places in the UK where you will get to see the red squirrel
Small, national trust island in Poole harbour. Famous for red squirrels, migrating birds and the start of the Scouting movement.
A tranquil spot just 20 minutes' cruise away from the flat and home to the rare red squirrel and roaming peacocks. Nature reserve, beaches, cafe overlooking the harbour. In the summer, there is an open-air theatre performing Shakespeare (your ticket includes the cruise fees) every evening. Simple…
Take the ferry from Poole or Sandbanks across to Brownsea Island (National Trust property) and enjoy a day exploring the island - with stunning walks, a woodland play trail and cafe). This is where the Scout movement begun so there is a Scout shop where special "Brownsea Island" patches can be…
Brownsea Island is an internationally important nature reserve featuring rare wildlife, including red squirrels and wading birds. Located at the heart of Poole Harbour, it is managed by Dorset Wildlife Trust, in partnership with the National Trust and part of The Great Heath Living Landscape. …
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“Great views with a beautiful cafe where you can stop for a coffee or a bit to eat.”
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“A short drive away you can get wonderful views of Poole harbour and with all watersports activities catered for in the local area”
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“They have a thrilling active tank display throughout the summer. Look out for it!”
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