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Wroxham Holidays

“Wherry - Albion”


Two 2-bedroom holiday cottages.

Prime riverside location with mooring and fishing.

Map of the Norfolk Broads
About the Norfolk Broads
map of Norfolk Broads rivers

A river map of the Norfolk Broads.  This section gives more information about the history of the Norfolk Broads, how they started, what they are, and their importance.  The map is very useful for boating and fishing. Click on map to see larger version.


What are the Norfolk Broads?

How were they formed?

Is it a National Park?

Why are they still important?

Good for holidays?

More about boating?

More about fishing?


Click on the map to see full size detailed map of the Norfolk Broads. Tidal stretches shown are approximate as there are no locks on the Broads. The water changes gradually from tidal salt water (sea fishing) through brackish to non-tidal fresh water (coarse fishing).  The map shows clearly the navigable stretches, and where it is tidal.  Tidal water is important to boating as it affects speed, and fuel use, depending on whether you are with or against the tide.  Tidal water needs longer mooring ropes to allow for the rise and fall.  Only smaller craft can pass under Wroxham and Potter Heigham bridges, so it is quieter upstream of these. The division between North and South Broads also marks the limit of navigation to the sea.


For more detailed river maps click on: Wroxham and Wroxham Broad and Wroxham to Horning or go to the maps section on our boating page on this site

or for wider area visit

© This map is the copyright of Wroxham Holidays and may not be reproduced without permission.  It is diagrammatic only and not exactly to scale.

Wherry Cottage
Wroxham Bridge
Potter Heigham bridge on river Thurne, Norfolk Broads

Wherry Cottage