Horsey Mere is located just west of the Horsey Windpump and is one of the Norfolk Broads. Owned and operated by the National Trust, the mere is a site of special scientific interest. By parking at Horsey Windpump you can walk around the staithe to get to the viewing point on the broad.
Martham Broad is situated on the eastern side of the Broadland and is approximately 2 km north of Martham village. The broad is owned and operated by Norfolk Wildlife Trust and is split into two sections with the River Thurne running through the middle of it.
The Rollesby Broad is situated next to the village of Rollesby and forms part of the Trinity Broads. The broad has an abundant selection of birds and wildlife and is connected to Ormesby Little Broad and Ormesby Broad via a water passage under Main Road.
Filby Broad is one of five broads in the Trinity Broads and is situated next to the village of Filby. The broad has an abundant selection of birds and wildlife and is connected to Ormesby Broad and Rollesby Broad via a narrow inlet under Filby Bridge.
The Thurne Dkye Drainage Mill is located at the head of the staithe in the small broadland village of Thurne. Built in 1820 by England’s of Ludham the mills sails were uprated to patent sails with a fantail in 1835. In 1919 the cap of mill was blown off in strong winds.