LOCAL KNOWLEDGE TO HELP YOU EXPLORE

Your guide to great days out in the natural environment of the Norfolk Broads, compiled by people who live there.

A truly beautiful wetland landscape incorporating huge open skies, more than 120 miles of lock-free waterways and man-made freshwater lakes, quiet country lanes and an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways, the Norfolk Broads is a unique part of the family of National Parks in Britain.

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We welcome any feedback and would love to hear all about your own GREAT DAYS OUT on the Norfolk Broads. We can’t guarantee to publish them all, but we’ll do our best to check out your suggested itinerary and… if it passes muster… we’ll add it to our Blog above for others to enjoy.

The idea behind Discover the Broads is great – to use practical, local knowledge of a destination to help visitors explore and appreciate the real essence of the place. See you out there!

JONATHAN KNIGHT, Author, COOL CAMPING

The lap lapping of the weedy Bure,/A whispering and watery Norfolk sound.

SIR JOHN BETJEMAN, Poet

The long-ships drove up the Bure, and the horned men were there to rape and to burn,
Seeding their names, Rollesby and Billockby, Fleggburgh, Clippesby and Thurne – Poems from Oby, 1979

GEORGE MACBETH, Poet

A grey church tower, a windmill, or the dark-brown sail of a wherry in the distance breaks the sense of utter loneliness, but the scene is wild enough to enchain the imagination of many (1884)

G. CHRISTOPHER DAVIES

You either get Norfolk, with its wild roughness and uncultivated oddities, or you don’t. It’s not all soft and lovely. It doesn’t ask to be loved.

STEPHEN FRY, Author