Turbary Park

Green Spaces

Tucked away in Bournemouth, Turbary Park (Common) emerges as a captivating haven for nature enthusiasts and those seeking a serene escape. This verdant sanctuary boasts a harmonious blend of natural beauty and biodiversity, inviting visitors to explore its diverse landscapes and immerse themselves in its tranquil ambiance.

It is the largest area of heathland in North Bournemouth and it is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Turbary Park offers an array of winding walks and well-walked footpaths that wind through its open terrain. Whether it's a leisurely stroll or an invigorating hike, the park caters to varying levels of exploration, providing a sense of discovery with every step.

What sets Turbary Park apart is its role as a habitat for rare plants and insects. The park's carefully preserved ecosystems create a nurturing environment for these precious species to thrive, making it a hotspot for nature enthusiasts and researchers alike. Birdwatchers are also in for a treat, as a variety of avian species call the park home, adding delightful melodies to the soundscape.

Easy access from Wallisdown Road and Turbary Park Avenue.


  • Turbary Park Ave
  • Dorset
  • BH11 8HH