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Nature Trail:Oulton Marshes

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Outlon Marshes

Outlon Marshes

Due to COVID-19, please check directly with the venue/accommodation provider for potential new visiting and booking procedures.


What’s it like?
A marsh can be anything from a grazed grassland to a head-high reedbed - you’ll find both here. You can start at Church Lane or the moorings. If you are parking in Church Lane please don’t block any entrances to properties. There are information boards to tell you about the wildlife and history of the marshes.

What wildlife lives there?
Watch out for a marsh harrier floating over the marshes looking for unwary prey.

What else is there to see?
Part of the Dutch Tea Gardens area is grazed by Polish ponies belonging to the Suffolk Wildlife Trust. This grazing helps to manage the marsh for wild flowers such as marsh marigolds and birds such as bearded tits. Please keep dogs on a lead on the grazing land.

Did you know?
The Dutch Tea Gardens site was once operated as a tea room and ice was brought down to it along the track which now leads to the moorings. It is known locally as the Ice Track.

Duration: 1 hour

Miles: 2

Open all the time




Church Lane,
NR32 3JP


See location of Oulton Marshes on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: TM 510934  Lat: 52.48127 Long: 1.69526


Parking: free