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This is definately the pick of the catlins trio of waterfalls. The walk through the beautiful forest to the falls is a highlight in itself. There had been quite a lot of rain on the previous couple of days so the falls were magnificent, do...More
The walk to the falls is lovely - cool and you can hear the bird calls. There hadn't been any recent rainfall yet there was a nice fall of water. If you have mobility concerns - suggest you check the website as there are many...More
This waterfall is only 15-20 minutes from the car park. There are some ascents/descents as well as some stairs. This is not a path for wheelchairs, strollers or those with mobility issues, especially the last 100 meters before the falls. However, the view is very...More
It's worth the 40 minute return walk to see these pretty falls. The last bit is a bit of hard going on very uneven wet rocky ground (my dodgy knee didn't like it much). The 3km road from the SSR to the carpark is unsealed...More
And easy 20 minute walk. Good well maintained track compared to others in nz. I dont think we even got mud on our shoes. You can easily spend 20 minute there plus the 20mins each way. Do a long exposure shot...take a tripod.....then stop at...More
Takes about 20 mins hike to the falls. Along the hike you will pass a forested area which is quite enchanting as if walking thru a medieval forest.
There are a series of wooden bridges and wooden steps. The falls are more than 3 storeys...More
Well worth a diversion off the Southern Scenic Route through the Catlins. There is a pleasant walk through some native woodland, which like everything else in New Zealand looks like something from Jurassic Park. There are a number of steps as you near the falls...More