Northward Hill

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The oak and scrub woodland of Northward Hill Reserve makes for an excellent birdlife experience.

The site includes the UK's largest heronry, and little egrets can also be seen.

Trails lead through the reserve to open hilltop viewpoints that offer excellent views across the North Kent Marshes.

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Car

Leave M2 at junction 1 and join the A228, signposted Grain. Turn left off A228 for High Halstow. In the village both car parks are signed at the T junction. The 'Woodland' car park is in the village, the 'Main' car park is located at Bromhey Farm, signposted as a left turn on the road from High Halstow to Cooling.

Bus

Bus stop in High Halstow. Walk 0.25 mile through village to Woodland car park and start of trails.

Admission

Opening times:
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
09:00 - 20:0009:00 - 20:0009:00 - 20:0009:00 - 20:0009:00 - 20:0009:00 - 20:0009:00 - 20:00

Prices:

Free

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Contact

Address: Northward Hill RSPB Reserve, Bromhey Farm, Eastborough, Rochester, Kent, ME3 8DS, UK
Phone: +44 1634 222480
Email: northkentmarshes@rspb.org.uk

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