Hi It is nice little Muddy and Dusty beach near 3km away of Paihia. Not recommended in rainy weather. Thanks
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Leaving the Waitangi Treaty Grounds we took the Haruru Falls Trail (5km) to the falls. They fail was a delight, very easy to follow and easy to walk.It passes trough tree fern and native woodland, crosses the estuary (on a wooden bridge voce to the...More
We came mid rains and the falls were impressive and very loud. Car park was a bit flooded but passable and beware if you are afraid of chickens as they are loads around.
Haruru Falls is just another waterfall. There is nothing spectacular or awe inspiring about it, and most of the time, the water has a muddy look to it. We have seen it after a storm, and it has more attraction then due to the major...More
Having seen many waterfalls over the years, I would think that most people would find this ‘attraction’ unimpressive. The waterfront has much more to offer.
Easily accessible from the highway into Paihia, short walk to falls, wonderful water , longing walk from Paihia but we did see folk attempting it.
We found these falls after a few wrong turns and they were really lovely. It was a very wet day so we didn’t hang around long
We visited the falls in kayaks, going up river with the tides. Saw some great shore birds, shags, herons, kingfishers. We were there the day before Waitangi Day, Feb 6. National holiday celebrating the treaty between English and Maori. The native tribes were all there...More
After all the rain the last few day the falls were brown. Not too exciting but still epic. A tonne of water so pretty amazing. Got chased down by a crazy rooster.