The organisation responsible for the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads has been shortlisted for a green tourism award.
Senior managers say they're working hard to balance the needs of millions of visitors while protecting one of the UK's most fragile and wildlife rich environments.
Great Yarmouth's newly restored yacht station is being opened today.
It's been redeveloped by the Broads Authority and will serve as a gateway to Great Yarmouth for those visiting by boat.
Great Yarmouth is also a pivotal point on the Broads network connecting the northern and southern waterways.
More than half of boats on the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads will see their tolls reduced or remain the same next season.
The Broads Authority has agreed an overall rise of 3% in income from tolls from April which will see small boats paying less than this year and larger boats paying more.
A total of 5,700 private rowing, sailing and motor boats out of a total of 10,900 will see a reduction or no increase at all.
The Broads Authority's moving out of its head office in Norwich an attempt to save £2m over the next ten years.