Its time to dust off those winter cobwebs with a bracing walk along dramatic clifftops, sweeping shorelines and sheltered woodlands.
Brownsea is open for Winter Weekends until March 14 when we open daily. If you're planning a trip over for our weekend opening, here's what you need to know.
There is plenty of wildlife and history to discover on this walk. Catch a glimpse of a rare red squirrel or discover traces of Brownsea's once industrial past.
Hundreds of swimmers take to the water to swim around the island each year and raise money for good causes, including the National Trust's own conservation efforts.
This Brownsea Island walk cuts through the wooded centre of the island. You may spot red squirrels or rare birds, but you won't be too tired by the end.
Take in the rich reds of autumn amongst the habitats and wildlife.
Starting at the picnic shelter, this short walk passes through some of the most beautiful and varied habitats on Brownsea including heathland and woodland. A perfect walk for wildlife watching and keen photographers.
Find you way around Brownsea Island on an orienteering adventure.