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Old Harry Rocks are a short walk from Studland village and it's car parks. On the way you get good views of Studland Bay. The Rocks are spectacular in their bright white. There are lots of vantage point so you can get sight of all...More
We are now able to take advantage of free bus travel - here in Dorset though we live in Norfolk. So it was an absolute joy to travel to Old Harry Rocks from Swanage - very regular bus service. In all honesty, they could do...More
We are keen walkers so we get the bus from swanage to shell bay (if you lucky it is open topped). At shell bay (just before the ferry to Poole) there are toilets. Then you can walk all the way along Studland Bay stop for...More
We parked in the south beach car park – plenty of room and not expensive. On the way out, apart from the first 50 yards or so, the walk is steady upwards the whole way and took us about 40 minutes at a slow pace...More
Ok.so we wanted to see the beautiful sights of old harry rocks with our 2 year old and 6 month old baby. I'd read a few mixed reviews regarding the walk but a few said parking at the South beach car park and walking was...More
whilst Old Harry itself is a fantastic sight, if one perseveres and continues up over the hill to the top of Ballard Down you will see the most wonderful views across the whole of Poole Harbour on one side and Swanage Bay on the other.....More