Early morning lagoon walk with breakfast

Come and experience the island at its most peaceful. This is your opportunity to take a boat over to the island long before visitors arrive.

  • Booking essential

A member of the ranger team will talk you through the sights and sounds of wildlife with particular interest at the lagoon to watch the nesting terns and other water birds. Enjoy a the morning on Brownsea Island and a breakfast roll in the Villano Cafe.

Prices

Event ticket prices
  • All £25.00

The basics

Booking details
Call 0344 2491985
Suitability
Assistance dogs are welcome.
Meeting point
Meet on the Sandbanks jetty (adjacent to the Sandbanks chain ferry)
What to bring and wear
Please wear suitable clothing and footwear.

Times

Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
6 October 2018 07:30 - 10:00 Available

Contact Info

Name
Brownsea Island Property Office
Email
brownseaisland@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 01202 707744

Upcoming events

WW1 Guided Walk

Fri 06 Jul 2018
11:00-13:00
A free guided walk that explores Brownsea's WW1 connections in this special centenary year.

Coastal wildlife walk

Fri 13 Jul 2018
11:00-13:00
Join one of our experienced rangers and discover more about the creatures that make the Brownsea shoreline their home.

Moth Walk and Camp

Fri 20 Jul 2018
17:00-20:00
Experience a night on Brownsea Island. Then get up with the sounds of nature and head to the heathland to discover which incredible moths make this special place their home.

Brownsea Open Air Theatre presents: Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus

Wed 25 Jul 2018
19:30-22:00
A tale of tragedy and revenge.

Be a ranger for the day

Mon 30 Jul 2018
11:30-15:30
An opportunity to find out what it would be like to be a ranger on Brownsea Island and to learn some bush craft skills.

The history of Scouting on Brownsea Island

Fri 03 Aug 2018
11:00-12:30
Over a hundred years ago a seed was sown when a group of boys took part in an outdoor camping experience and from that moment, one of the largest voluntary organisations grew.