Durlston Country Park is a lovely clifftop site with stunning views along the Jurassic Coast and beautiful wildflower meadows. There is also a fantastic free visitor centre, easy parking and café.
It is one of the best places in Britain for watching birds and other wildlife. Our highlights to see are the chalkland flowers in spring; butterflies through May to September, seabirds March to July, migrant birds April and May and August to October.
Find out why Old Harry is called Old Harry, when kissing’s in season and a secret Victorian picnic spot.
Durlston Country Park volunteer ranger, Rachel, has created this fantastic ‘Clifftop Audio Trail’. Great if you want to know more about the areas, pick up some fun facts and add something different to your walk. The walk takes an hour to stroll. If you’ve been on the walk before but it’s too far to travel safely, or just want to listen to some fun stories, then why not listen from home and imagine the places as you ‘virtually’ walk the route.