Hickling Broad is situated on the upper River Thurne and is the largest of the Norfolk Broads. The Broad is also a national nature reserve where you can find a vast amount of wildlife and rare insects.
The water in the Broad is slightly briny compared to other Broads like the Trinity Broads due to it being so close to the sea. Hickling Broad is also very shallow with the depth in the navigation channel only being 1.5m deep.
Hickling Broad has some amazing boathouses with roofs being constructed with thatch, a local traditional material. This collection of images was taken in early March just before and after sunset on a partially cloudy evening.