Last Alteration: Saturday 19 April 2008

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

GPS Coordinates

50°55'53"00°46'12" show decimal

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AA Road Atlas

Page 11, N12


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Rye Harbour Nature Reserve
Rye, East Sussex

The nature reserve lies south of Rye, and has been up over the course of 500 years and is now the habitat of many unusual plants and birds. It is designated as a site of special scientific interest.

How to get here:


Road: M20 - Exit the M20 at Sevington (J10), and then join the A2070. Keep following it south until you reach the A259 at Brenzett, and then turn head straight across onto the A259 towards Rye. Follow the A259 through the town, and then as you head south (Winchester Road), turn left onto Harbour Road and follow this down to the car park. +

Parking Details

Free car park opposite the nature reserve.

Where to walk

Cross over the road to the nature reserve, then follow the path through the reserve to the hut (visible for miles!)


Access: publicStatus: recognisableHut


Photograph taken: 24th March 2008 by Chuck Foster

The Ultimate Foe (14)
Screen Shot
Filmed: 23-24 Jun 1986
The Doctor and Glitz stagger to a hut ... the Master's TARDIS!


Other nearby locations:


Camber Sands (The Chase, The Trial of a Time Lord ("The Ultimate Foe")). No route recorded to this location.


Bodiam Castle (The King's Demons). No route recorded to this location.

Additional locations as the crow flies:


Dengemarsh Road (The Claws of Axos): 6.44 miles.


Dungeness Power Station (The Claws of Axos): 8.73 miles.


Dungeness Road (The Claws of Axos): 9.03 miles.


Dungeness Beach (The Claws of Axos): 9.24 miles.

Further links about the location:


Wild Rye - officlal site of the nature reserve.

Related Stories


The Trial of a Time Lord ("The Ultimate Foe") [23-24 Jun 1986]: The Master's TARDIS

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