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Sutcliffe Park

Geese in Sutcliffe Park local nature reserve

A legacy of an award-winning flood improvement scheme, Sutcliffe Park has been transformed into one of the most spectacular wetland sites in Greater London.

It is rich in wildlife and provides a home for a variety of birds, animals and plants. Depending on your time of visit, you may see dragonflies, damselflies, herons, Little Egrets, kingfishers and reed warblers.

The central area of the park - that is, around the flood water collection area - was declared a Local Nature Reserve in 2006.

Open Monday to Sunday 8am to dusk

  • Eltham Road, Eltham SE9
  • 020 8921 6885

Station: Kidbrooke;Bus: Take the bus B16 from Stop B towards Bexleyheath Bus Garage or bus 178 from stop B towards Lewisham Station, to Cambert Way.

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