Durlston Country Park is a 320 acre country park and nature reserve. The Park is part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, and has been owned by Dorset County Council since the early 1970's.
Durlston's special qualities stem from a combination of geography, geology, history and careful management which has created a mosaic of nationally important wildlife habitats: sea cliffs, downs, ancient meadows, hedgerows, woodland, and dry stone walls each with their characteristic plants and animals.
You can catch the 40 from Poole or the 50 from Bournemouth to get to Swanage, and then catch the Durlston Explorer up to Durlston Country Park during the summer holidays. Use the Journey Planner on our website or app to plan a journey to Durlston Country Park today.