Views of Poole and Brownsea Island
Brownsea Island lives just off of Poole Harbour and Sandbanks. Reached by public ferries, Brownsea Island, is owned and operated by National Trust. Home to the Red Squirrel, it is a tranquil retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Hop on the ferry and take a trip to an island that has no cars. Walk around and enjoy the flora and fauna. If you take a pic nic there are a few little beaches to sit and rest and enjoy the spectacular views across Poole Harbour. National Trust have a great café to finish off your day whilst you wait for the ferry back .
Poole is also a great place to stop and enjoy. Poole park with its massive boating lake, often has festivals or just a chance to walk and enjoy. Poole harbour is home to Sunseeker and you often see a varity of very expensive yatchs.
Sandbanks is another fabulous area, reputably the 4th most expensive place in the world to live , the little ferry will take you across to Brownsea Island but it is worth taking a break and visit the beautiful sandy beach, be amazed by the kite surfers, or just people watch.
Rosscourt is only 4 miles from the Sandbanks ferry and 6 miles from Poole.
Buses to Sandbanks and Poole from Boscombe Bus station. Even an open topped bus to enjoy the scenery uninterrupted