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WWT Arundel Wetland Centre

WWT Arundel

WWT Caerlaverock


WWT Arundel Wetland Centre,
Mill Road,
West Sussex,
England BN18 9PB

T: 01903 883355

Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) website.
WWT Arundel website.

Opening Times:

9.30am to 5.30pm (30 March - 25 October)
9.30am to 4.30pm (26 October - 29 March)
Closed on Christmas Day - closing at 2pm on Christmas Eve.

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Admission Price:

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Below are many different species of wildfowl seen at WWT Centres (listed alphabetically):

     A-B    C-F    G-L    M-R    S-Z   

or you can find different species on the Wildfowl Identification pages.

Photos of World Ducks
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Photos of World Geese
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Photos of World Geese
Click to view all species of Swans.


WWT Arundel Wetland Centre

Arundel Wetland Centre has 26 hectares of naturalised landscapes and wetland habitats, home to kingfishers, water voles and many hundreds of wildfowl. Attractions for young visitors include the pond skaters adventure and tree creeper play area.

Set in ancient woodlands in the middle of the South Downs; adjacent to the River Arun; overlooked by the historic Arundel Castle skyline the centre also attracts many wild birds to the lakes, reed beds and woodland areas on the site.


The Google map above should help you to locate WWT Arundel Wetland Centre and allows you to zoom in for more detail or switch to satellite view.

Arrive by car:

On approaching Arundel by road, visitors should follow the brown duck signs down Mill Road, beside Arundel Castle. There is free car parking on site.

AA route planner to plan your route.

SatNav postcode is: BN18 9PB

Arrive By bus

There is a service from Littlehampton (Route 9) once an hour to the Arundel town centre, followed by a gentle mile's walk along Mill Road to the centre. Compass bus operates the number 85 bus service from Chichester to Arundel, Mon-Sat. There is no bus service directly to the wetland centre.

Arrive By Rail

Arundel train station is situated approximately half a mile from the town. Visit the Traveline website to help plan your journey. If you are traveling from the direction of Brighton or Chichester you will have to change trains at Ford or Barnham. There are direct trains to Arundel from Bognor Regis, Littlehampton and London Victoria. Castle Cars (01903 884444) are based at the rail station if you want to book a taxi.


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