ON THE WATER
Poole Quay is on the second largest natural harbour
in the world boasting eye-catching yachts and offshore
power boating among many of its year-round water
based activities. If however, you feel a little
left out watching all those privately-owned yachts
skimming past, theres no need, find your sea
legs on the Brownsea Island ferry service which
criss-crosses between Poole Quay, Brownsea Island
and Sandbanks, or even charter a sailing boat or
motor boat. You can even get a Harbour Cruise over
to the Isle of Wight.
If you want to go further a-field you can catch
the Condor Ferry over to the Channel Islands for
a mini day trip.
Crabbing is always a very popular way to keep the
kids entertained and where better then directly
off Poole Quay? Walk the Cockle trail and enjoy
tales of the past.
Catch the land train from Poole Quay to Poole Park
where youll find plenty of space for the kids
to run around, a 55-acre lake, a restaurant, a ride-able
miniature railway, play areas and many other attractions
to suit all ages.
For the adults, theres also the chance to
do some deep-sea fishing - charter available directly
from the Quay.
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Time to Spend!
Poole offers an excellent shopping experience with
Poole Pottery, the French open air Market and the
Dolphin Shopping Centre which is the biggest shopping
centre for miles around housing many famous names
all under one roof and Shopmobility is available.
Visit the Waterfront and Scaplens Court Hotel museums.
Youll find plenty of bars, brasseries and
restaurants in Poole that are either upbeat or intimate
depending on your choice. Other evening entertainment
Condor Ferries Dream Machines on Poole
Quay every Tuesday evening
Coles Miller Quay for my Car. - Friday evenings
on the Quay with different car marquees every week
here for a local weather forecast
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