On Saturday 22nd June 2013, I visited Gooderstone Water Gardens in Norfolk. The gardens were very beautiful and natural, with a constant chorus of bird song. Time ranout before we could get around the 1.6 acre nature reserve, but I would imagine it would be a nice relaxed experience and worth exploring.
During the visit we did hear a Kingfisher, but after spending about 25 minutes in the Kingfisher Hide it did not appear. Dragonflies and Damselflies were very visible during our visit, flying over the water courses and paths. I managed to photograph a pair of Azure Damselflies and there were also numerous Nettle-tap moths.