Photo by David Merrett 7th Jan 2007
Photo by Tim Brown 7th Jun 2009
Photo by Jim Champion 8th Apr 2008
Photo by John Lamper 21st Nov 2005
Photo by Dan Meineck 14th Oct 2007
Photo by Jim Champion 21st Dec 2005
Photo by Mags Young 25th Jul 2009
Photo by Herry Lawford Aug 2003
Photo by Rat Goddess 25th Sep 2008
Arne is a village surrounded by open heathland and woodland. It is situated at the Northern end of the Isle of Purbeck. Many rare birds and animals can be seen at the RSPB nature reserve.
Blue Pool Visit the nature reserve of Blue Pool to see the deep blue waters in the abandoned clay pit.
Durlston Country Park is a 280 acre nature reserve and is a part of the Jurassic Coast world heritage site. Enjoy fantastic walks through woodland, hay meadows and across sea-cliffs and see a variety of wildlife.
Church Knowle West of the famous Corfe Castle, Church Knowle is a village that dates back over 700 years.
Creech is a small hamlet south of Wareham and on the northern side of the Purbeck hills. The main feature of the area is Creech Grange an old country house.
Tyneham Village Tyneham is a small abandoned village around 5 miles west of Corfe Castle.
Beach Gardens; Days Park; The Downs; Sandpit field; King Georges Playing Field; Recreation Ground.
Old Harry This is a beautiful stretch of high Chalk cliffs, with promontories, sea stacks and natural arches.
Kimmeridge is situated on the southern coast of the Purbecks in the middle of a small valley that leads down to Kimmeridge bay. A small village built mainly using the traditional Purbeck stone
Corfe Castle, One of the most evocative ruined castles in England Over 1,000 years of turbulent history
Monkey World At the park visitors can see more than 240 primates of 15 different species.