The Broads Authority and Broads Tourism are working together to ensure that everyone can enjoy the wonderful landscape and wildlife of the Broads without causing harm and preserving it for the future.
Many Broads businesses have been awarded Green Tourism Business Scheme status which shows that they champion protecting the environment in the way they operate. These businesses are shown on the map below.
If you operate a business and would like to join the scheme please contact us.
130 acres of ancient woodland with over 3.5 miles of paths. We have a tearoom, gift shop, bird hide, children's nature trail and plant sales area. We also have a programme of events all year round - details can be found on our website.http://www.fairhavengarden.co.uk
The Waterside's new boat 'Stuart's Dream' is a MkIII Wheelyboat, designed and developed by the Wheelyboat Trust, a small national charity dedicated to providing disabled people with access to waterborne activities. At 17ft long it has a carrying capacity of eight people including wheelchairs (maximum load 1,000 kilos). We safely recommend no more than 4 wheelchairs on the boat at any one time as this comfortably allows space for up to 4 carers/companions for whom seats will be provided.
Nancy Oldfield Trust offers disabled and disadvantaged people an exciting day out on the Norfolk Broads. You can experience the fun and exhilaration of sailing or canoeing, observe nature close at hand, try your hand at fishing.http://www.nancyoldfield.org.uk
Join our guide and skipper for a look at the beautiful autumn colours on the river Bure and the incoming winter wildlife.
Access via car park on Lower Street Salhouse Norwich
10 Norwich Road Wroxham Norwich
Award winning riverside destination - great for boat & canoe hire, fishing, swimming, or a meal by the river. Eddies Ternpike Ferry travels between Burgh St Peter and Carlton Marshes and runs on demand and subject to weather conditions.
Staithe Road Burgh St Peter Beccles