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National Wetland Centre Wales

SA14 9SH

Enjoy a wonderful day out watching and learning about some of Wales's most exciting wildlife - and help WWT to protect it at the same time.

This 500 acre reserve is situated at the edge of the Burry inlet, which is acknowledged in Wales as the premier estuary for wildfowl and waders. The area is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), a Special Protection Area (SPA) and a Ramsar Site.

Things to see and do

  • See the spectacular ducks, geese, swans and flamingos, many so tame they feed from the hand
  • The observatory hides are perfect to study views of the estuary and the wild birdsall year round
  • The Millennium Wetlands provide endless fun for children, crawling and sliding in the tunnels and exploring the Swans Maze
  • Seasonal Canoe Safari, Bike Trail and Pond Zone.
  • Visit the gift shop and gallery
  • Relax in comfort in the restaurant General Information:
  • Large free car/coach park, reserved parking for disabled
  • Licensed restaurant
  • Children's play area
  • Binocular hire
  • Baby changing room
  • Free wheel chair hire by prior arrangement
  • Group visits catered for.
  • Mobility scooters available. Can be pre-booked by calling the centre

    Ample FREE parking. Disabled facilities available.

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  • Directions

    Follow the duck signs off the M4 exiting at junctions 47 or 48. We are one mile east of Llanelli, on the B4304, off the A484 to Swansea.

    Rail: Nearest station is Llanelli.

    National Wetland Centre Wales Postcode for SatNav: SA14 9SH


    +44 (0)1554 741 087
    +44 (0)1554 744 101

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