Our address (non postal)
High Salvington Windmill
Furze Road, High Salvington, Worthing
West Sussex, BN13 3BP, England
Ordnance Survey Map Reference TQ121066
High Salvington Windmill stands on the South Downs, 3 miles (5km) north of Worthing, a seaside town on the West Sussex coast approx. 12 miles (19km) west of the well-known resort of Brighton and 20 miles (32km) east of the historic city of Chichester.
High Salvington Windmill is situated within a semi-rural suburb of Worthing called High Salvington and can be approached from either the A27 via Salvington Hill or the A24 via Bost Hill (single track road with passing places). Both routes are signposted off the main roads.
Click here for a link to a map.
There is limited parking available along Furze Road. Visitors may like to take the opportunity of parking at The Gallops car park/picnic area at the lower end of Bost Hill and enjoy the walk up the hill to the Mill (a fairly steep climb with impressive views to Cissbury Ring).
More level access is obtained by using either the Honeysuckle Lane or West Hill, more limited car parks 200 yds (183m) to the North of the mill.
Check the Map Link above.
A No.7 bus from South Street Worthing passes just north of West Worthing Railway Station crossing, for travellers by train. It continues via West Durrington to High Salvington Village shop. The Mill is 200 yds (183m) East along Furze Road.
Sadly, there is no longer a bus service on Sundays.