Neagh is Britain's biggest area of freshwater at 20 miles long and 12 miles wide.
large expanse of water is ice free during winter making it a number one holiday
destination for wintering birds escaping the Arctic wastes of Greenland, Iceland
Waterways are a great place to see wildlife from a very
different perspective. Why not get out on the water to watch it?
- Our waterways provide great opportunities for wildlife
watching. Why not take a few tips from the TV team?
Neagh - Visitor Guide
Neagh Discovery Centre, Oxford Island National Nature Reserve, Craigavon, Co.
Armagh, Northern Ireland.|
Ballinderry River Enhancement Association, Orritor
Lough Neagh Discovery Centre - BT66 6NJ
- BT80 9ND.
Ballinderry River Enhancement Association - 028 8676 1515
kit:||Binoculars. Warm clothing for walks and boat
watching. Boat trips. Walking. Water sports. Cycling - route around lough. Hides.
Lough Neagh Discovery Centre at Oxford Island is a great place to check out more
about the area.
Trips to Coney Island - boat trips from Maghery in summer
by arrangement with Craigavon Council.
Oxford Island Visitor Centre.
Fish Hatchery - call to make a visit - 028 8676 1515.
depending on location.|
hour's drive from Belfast.|
Neagh Discovery Centre on Oxford Island:
October-March, 10am-5pm (Monday
April-September, 10am-6pm (Monday- Saturday) and 10am-7pm (Sunday).
the Hatchery to arrange visiting times.
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