Worlingham sports 10 fishing pegs which are a 0-5 minute walk from the car park. You can access the car park from Marsh Lane which is nearby a train line crossing. Call the operator to ensure tracks are able to cross.The Environment Agency, together with the Broads Authority and the Broads Angling Strategy Group (BASG), used rod licence funds to help install 8 angling platforms and 2 disabled accessible pegs at Worlingham on the River Waveney, Norfolk Broads, in 2012.
The riverbank at Worlingham was purchased the EA’s predecessor organisation to ensure some of the best fishing in the area was protected and maintained for the benefit of all.
Two of the pegs (areas divided up for fishing) close to the car park have an easy access surface and are wheelchair accessible.
Funding for the materials was provided by the Broads Authority, with the EA funding the construction work.
Improving access for all is among the objectives of the Broads Angling Strategy, a framework set up to sustain and grow angling in the Broads.
Fantastic roach and bream fishing can be found here and it is a lovely spot to relax and enjoy the Southern Broads.