Newlands Corner

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Enjoy sensational views and explore more than 100ha of chalk downland and peaceful woodland. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.


Shere Road

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A static map of Newlands Corner

Know before you go

103 hectares

Entry fee

Parking charges apply

Parking information

Car park off A25


All access trail


Dogs permitted


Visitor centre
Picnic area

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

Year round

About the reserve

This reserve is privately owned by the Albury Estate. Surrey Wildlife Trust manages the site under an access agreement between the Albury Estate and Surrey County Council.

Newlands Corner is at the heart of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Newlands Corner lies on the chalk ridge of the North Downs at a height of over 170m, which gives glorious views across the Weald to the ridge of the South Downs. Below the slope from Newlands car park lies the village of Albury. It’s a popular spot for dog walking, cycling, horse riding and family wandering, so you’ll rarely be alone here. However, the broad expanses of open chalk downland and mixed woodland offer plenty of opportunities to lose yourself in nature. 

The mighty oaks and ancient yews shelter roe deer and are home to green woodpeckers, nuthatches and tawny owls. In spring and summer, the chalk grassland is a spectacular carpet of wild flowers. In the past the grasslands were grazed, and nowadays they are mown once a year after the plants have set seed. This keeps the grassland open and stops scrubby plants invading. 


Please note that parking charges apply at Newlands Corner.

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Contact us

Contact number: 01483 795440
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Environmental designation

Area of Outstanding Beauty (AONB)

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