Salhouse Broad is located on the River Bure between Wroxham and Horning, in the heart of the Norfolk Broads, there is woodland, reedbed and grassland accessible to all visitors.

Norfolk boasts some of the darkest skies in the country. A largely rural county with few large towns and cities, it boasts a unique and tranquil darkness that is heightened in the reedy landscapes of the Broads National Park, that’s exactly why we have designated the Salhouse Discovery Hub as ideal for stargazing, we call it a ‘Dark Skies Hub’. It has been designed to take full advantage of its location and there’s even a platform to lie down on to marvel at the night sky or the ever-changing cloud formations of a Summers day, all you need is a pair of binoculars and maybe access to one of the many night-sky mapping apps, to help you we provide a link to a free one from an information panel. So, stretch out and enjoy the natural splendour above you.

Salhouse Discovery hub is easy to find despite being deliberately hidden from the water behind trees to keep it nice and dark, a very short walk from the mooring or a left hand turn off the car park access footpath, we hope you enjoy this location.

Find out more about Salhouse Broad here.