In the area
Leafy Brundall is a pleasant Broadland village close to the River Yare and with its long history of boat building it is convenient for the fine cathedral city of Norwich, the Strumpshaw bird reserve, and the Broads generally. It has excellent road links being just off the Eastern end of the A47 Norwich by-pass with its park-and-ride facility for trips into Norwich.
There is also an excellent rail link – the Wherry Line – between Lowestoft, Yarmouth and Norwich, and from Norwich onwards to Cromer, Cambridge and London.
Brundall railway station is about 200 yards from “Breckland” and you will be about 100 yards from a good bus service to and from Norwich. The Norwich International airport is about 20 minutes drive away.
The village possesses an excellent restaurant and there are two public houses serving food within easy distance.
RSPB Strumpshaw Fen
Situated in the heart of the Norfolk Broads, Strumpshaw fen has nature trails leading you through reedbeds and woodland. You can also walk through orchid meadows and spot swallowtail butterflies, Norfolk Hawker dragonflies, and maybe even a bittern.
In the winter up to 30,000 rooks can be seen roosting in the evenings at Buckenham marshes.
Strumpshaw Hall Steam Museum
The museum has Steam Engines, Huge 100 ton working Beam Engines, Narrow Gauge Railway, 1930 Fairground Ark, Mechanical Organs & Memorabilia , and much more, plus Rare Breed Birds.
St. Lawrence's church
St. Lawrence's church serves the village of Brundall. It has a font believed to date from the 13th Century and a notable small round stained-glass window depicting St. Lawrence.
Bewilderwood is 50 acres of wild, outdoor treehouse adventure park. Treehouses, zip wires, jungle bridges, Crocklebogs, boat trips, marsh walks and organic food.
Fairhaven Water Gardens
Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden - set in the heart of the Norfolk Broads we are a secret hideaway waiting to be discovered!