Brundall, Norfolk

Brundall tide times



May 2024

Brundall tide times

Date High tide High tide
Sat18 11:092.1m 22:132.1m
Sun19 11:552.2m 23:072.2m
Mon20 12:292.2m 23:542.2m
Tue21 12:572.3m
Wed22 00:372.3m 13:232.3m
Thu23 01:182.3m 13:522.4m
Fri24 01:592.3m 14:242.4m


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Things to see and do near Brundall

If you're planning a visit to Brundall, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Visit the Broads National Park – Located just a few miles away from Brundall, the Broads National Park is one of the most beautiful and rewarding places in Norfolk. Canoe or kayak along the waterways, explore the reed beds and marshes, or take a boat trip on one of the larger lakes.
  • Go bird-watching – Home to a variety of species of birds, the Broads and the surrounding area provide plenty of opportunities to observe some of Britain's most colourful feathered friends.
  • Take in the views at Burgh Castle – The magnificent Roman ruin of Burgh Castle is a great place to take a peaceful stroll and admire the stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Visit the historic pubs – Brundall is home to a number of historic pubs, each one with a unique character and atmosphere. Enjoy a pint of local ale or cider and soak up the local culture.
  • Explore the nearby villages – Brundall is surrounded by a multitude of picturesque villages, each with its own character and charm. Take a walk around and explore the many fascinating sights.
  • Visit the Norfolk Broads Wildlife Centre – The Norfolk Broads Wildlife Centre is dedicated to providing educational information about the wildlife of the area. Learn about the various species, take part in a guided tour, or take a boat trip on the River Yare.
  • Take a boat trip – There are a number of boat trips available in the area, including trips along the rivers Yare and Waveney, as well as the nearby lakes.
  • Go fishing – Brundall is located next to one of the most popular fishing spots in Norfolk. Whether you're an experienced angler or a novice, there are plenty of opportunities to try your luck.
  • Visit the local markets – Every Saturday, the local markets offer a variety of goods and produce, from fresh fruits and vegetables to handmade crafts and souvenirs.
  • Check out the local art galleries – There are a number of galleries in Brundall and the surrounding area, showcasing the work of local artists.
  • Enjoy a round of golf – For the golf enthusiast, Brundall offers a number of excellent courses, from championship-level links to the more relaxed parkland courses.
  • Take a walk along the beach – The nearby beaches of Gorleston and Great Yarmouth are perfect for a leisurely stroll along the shore.
  • Visit the churches – Brundall is home to a number of historic churches, each one with its own unique character and atmosphere.
  • Go shopping – Brundall offers a selection of high street shops, as well as a number of independent stores and boutiques.
  • Take a tour of the area – There are a number of walking and cycling tours available, allowing you to explore the area and discover its hidden gems.

There are many things to see and do near Brundall. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!