This Year's Events

Photograph of daffodils taken on a beginers photography event Berney Arms Windmill at the end of Breydon Water Yatchs sailing in the Horning regatta Children watch a potter at work at the Ludham arts festival Tourists are shown the ruins of St. Benet's Abbey A child with binoculars is shown wildlife by adults from a footpath in the broads

The sixth Broads Outdoors Festival took place from 7 to 22 May 2016 with scores of activities to celebrate the Broads National Park and explore the great outdoors on a canoe, guided walk, traditional sailing wherry or narrow gauge train, or with a journey back in time to a historic building. Keep an eye out for details of the 2017 festival in the spring.

With more than a quarter of the rarest wildlife in the UK, 300 kilometres of footpaths and 122 miles of rivers the park provides a wonderful playground for everyone who loves to get out and about, on land or water.

You can also find out what to bring and where to stay, and also find information about the festival's biggest supporters. Some of the events are accessible to wheelchair users.

For Broads National Park events throughout the year go to