Our Wild Mural Trail in Lowestoft

Kevin Coote

To celebrate the amazing Carlton Marshes nature reserve, the gateway to the southern Broads, we’ve created a series of four murals painted by street artist ATM.

The murals are situated on the walls of prominent buildings and highlight some of the special species that live on the reserve. The Carlton Marshes reserve is close to Oulton Broad South railway station and is just a short distance away from the bustling town of Lowestoft. You can discover the murals by following our walking trail. To see all four murals on foot, it’s just over a four-mile walk, which will take about and hour and a half to complete.

  1. Marsh Harrier (NR33 9LH)
  2. Barn owl (NR32 1HU)
  3. Kingfisher (NR32 1BA)
  4. Norfolk Hawker Dragonfly (NR32 2EU)

The fifth mural will be painted inside the new Carlton Marshes Visitor Centre which opens in June 2020.

You can download the walking route to your mobile phone here.

1: Marsh harrier

Location: Smith’s Timber, 2 Victoria Road, Oulton Broad NR33 9LH
Marsh harrier mural by ATM (photo: Kevin Coote)

Marsh harrier mural by ATM (photo: Kevin Coote)

2: Barn owl

Lowestoft Tandoori, opposite the petrol station, 176 High Street, North Denes NR32 1HU
Barn owl mural by ATM (photo: Kevin Coote)

Barn owl mural by ATM (photo: Kevin Coote)

3: Kingfisher

Near the Bascule Bridge on the wall of Angel Hair, 11 Station Square NR32 1BA
Kingfisher mural by ATM (photo: Kevin Coote)

Kingfisher mural by ATM (photo: Kevin Coote)

4: Norfolk hawker dragonfly

Between the industrial estate and the train station on the wall of a private house, 17 Rotterdam Road NR32 2EU
Norfolk hawker dragonfly mural by ATM (photo: Kevin Coote)

Norfolk hawker dragonfly mural by ATM (photo: Kevin Coote)

Wild Mural Trail map (4 miles)

Lowestoft ATM mural walking trail map

You can download the walking route to your mobile phone here