Swanage Beach Gardens
Tel: +44 01929 424339
Situated between Northbrook Road and De Moulham Road, left off the A351 (Victoria Avenue) just before the Seafront.
Public Transport Directions
FROM THE WEST: the nearest mainline train station is Wareham (on the London Waterloo to Weymouth line). Catch the number 40 or X43 Wilts and Dorset bus from Wareham Station to Swanage Bus/Train Station. Please note: the X43 service runs from 21 July to 2 September 2012 only.
At times when the Swanage Railway is running: Travel on Wilts and Dorset bus number 40 or X43 to Corfe Castle (East Street stop) then catch the steam train from Corfe Castle Station to Swanage. Tel: 01929 425800 or visit their website: www.swanagerailway.co.uk. Please note: the X43 runs from 21 July and 2 September 2012 only.
FROM THE EAST: Catch the train to Bournemouth then switch to the Wilts and Dorset bus number 50 to Swanage Bus/Train Station. You can buy a combined train and bus ticket from any staffed South West Train station for this journey.
JOURNEY PLANNING: To plan your journey using public transport, contact Traveline on 0871 200 2233 or visit their website: www.travelinesw.com to look up bus timetables.
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