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All reviews easy walk lower platform viewing point forgotten world forgotten highway worth the trip beautiful countryside worth the effort gravel road nice walk farmland bush damper detour sheep signage mud
There are two routes to get to the falls. You can walk down from the car park and then 5 minutes through the forest. A much better way, if you are reasonably fit, is the 25 minute walk through the dense forest. It is beautiful.
Totally ended up here by accident and then it turned out it was one of the best waterfalls we have seen. A fairly easy walk, of around an hour, across farmland leads to this giant waterfall. It’s a definite must-see if you see the brown...More
As implied by the title - it's well worth breaking a journey for a relatively short walk to the falls; it is worth the effort (a lot of steps down and then back up) to go on to the second viewing point beyond the first...More
Longish winding road in. Park on right. Through dairying country, Watch in early summer for calves parked on side of road by grazing cows. Meander through farmland to gate over bridge easy walk through bush pleasant, and down to falls lookout. As long as water...More
Not sure how someone (previous reviewer) could miss the obvious signs to these falls, touted as the second highest waterfall in the North Island. The Forgotten World Highway brochure from the i-site is good to have, but there is signage on the hwy, and then...More
Shortish walk through muddy farmland (it had been raining) and then along through bush before reaching a stunning bush-clad valley. Well-made path through the bush and excellent viewing platform overlooking the falls. Well worth it!