This island is such a perfect place for a sunny Sunday!! Loved to spend there the first day of summer.
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We spent all day on Brownsea Island on Tuesday, going over on the first ferry and back on the last. We decided to visit the Dorset Wildlife Trust area first and, taking the boardwalk close to the lagoon, immediately saw a red squirrel beside the...More
We've visited before so decided to go again. It's a small beautiful unspoilt island. Very green and lush with the added bonus of red squirrels. As birdwatchers we appreciate the no dogs policy. The large wildlife trust nature reserve is well worth taking binoculars for....More
If you want to get away from it all take a trip to Brownsea Island - home to the red squirrel - and spend a day exploring the island. There are great views of Poole Harbour and the Purbeck coast and plenty to see on...More
Due to our Guernsey trip being cancelled at the very last minute, we were at a loss about what to do. We saw that there were trips to Brownsea Island and decided that that was the trip for us. I am so glad that we...More
Brownsea island is beautiful with some amazing wildlife and scenery. We parked in the National Trust car park at Studland and got the chain ferry across which was £1 each way per person. The tickets for the Brownsea Island ferry were £10.75 per adult and...More
Missed seeing any wildlife, and I really wanted to see squirrels or deer, never mind I will have to return again
The Dorset Nature Reserve is really amazing. You get so close to the birds. We were lucky enough to be there as the sandwich terns were hatching. Also had a great tour of the reserve with Chloe from the Dorset Nature Reserve. Her passion and...More