Coole-Garryland Location

 

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53°05'32.0"N 8°50'13.0"W

Location:

Off N18, 4km north-west of Gort, Co Galway

Distances:

  • Gort: 4 km 3 miles 
  • Galway: 35 km 22 miles
  • Ennis: 30 km 18 miles 
  • Limerick: 65 km 40 miles on M18 at Gort
  • Dublin: 205 km 127 miles

Train:

The Limerick/Galway train service operates through Gort.
Further information from Iaranród Eireann/Irish Rail www.irishrail.ie  or 1850 366 222

Bus:

No 51 serving Galway/Ennis/Shannon Airport/Limerick/Cork stops in Gort.
Further information from Bus Eireann www.buseireann.ie   Phone: Galway 091 562000


Nature Reserve Opening Times

Summer: 8.00 to 19.30

Winter: 8.00 to 18.00


Contact Us

Coole-Garryland Nature Reserve
Gort
Co. Galway
Ireland

Telephone: +353 (0)91 631804
Fax:  +353 (0)91 631653

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Facebook: www.facebook.com/coolegarrylandnaturereserve


Leave No Trace

Dogs

Dog owners may bring their dogs to Coole-Garryland, but for the protection of wildlife, the safety of the dog(s) and for the comfort of other visitors, we would ask that all dogs are kept on a lead while in the Nature Reserve. Please, follow Leave No Trace principles and take your dog dirt home with you.

With the exception of guide dogs, dogs are not permitted in the visitor centre, tearooms or outdoor eating area connected to the tearooms.

Collecting

For conservation reasons, the removal of rocks, plants, animals, mushrooms, and other materials from the Nature Reserve is not permitted.

Picnics

Picnic areas are provided in the Walled Garden. Please use the litter bins provided or take your rubbish home with you.

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BBQs

For safety and environmental reasons, the use of barbecues is not permitted.


Permits

All large scale events (e.g. sponsored walks) and many recreational activities require a permit.  Applications for a permit should be made to the Visitor Centre in writing, in person, by phone or by email at least 1 month prior to the proposed event. 

Photography and Filming

Visitors are welcome to take photos and to film in the Nature Reserve. Commercial photography and filming requires a permit. This can be applied for by contacting the Visitor Centre in writing, in person, by phone or by email at least fourteen days prior to proposed date of filming.