Right beside NZMCA camp and a lovely bush walk of a few minutes down to the base of the falls. Interesting rock formations on the cliff. Kiwi reserve so no dogs allowed.
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This place was such a beautiful find. The walk was easy to all the different viewing points, and got some amazing photos. Just beautiful
Loved this waterfall and the walks. Though you have to be able to handle the steep path if you want to view the waterfall from the bottom. I left hubby at the top!
Stunning waterfall. Absolutely beautiful. Definitely worth a stop here. We went for an hours walk along the track too beside the river through beautiful NZ native bush - but the track is not a loop though so you walk 30 mins in one direction &...More
From an easy walk from the car park, you will find this most pretty part of nature. The falls are so very beautiful. They can be viewed from many vantage points. The gentle walk along the KeriKeri River is an added treat. Go and see...More
Very easy to reach, lovely setting, you can see them from the top and from the bottom without difficulty. Free of charge. Carpark very close. Why wouldn't you take the small diversion from the main road?
It was any easy walk from the carpark do the 4 different viewing points around the falls. Probably the best part is when you get to the biggest falls down the bottom and the spray is up in the air. Water is dirty and cold...More
I have been using this track for running and social catchups for many years and provides a decent, safe track. It has recently been upgraded to make it accessible to prams, with new gravel and boardwalks, Great for any season with plenty of parking on...More
Its an approx 1 1/2 hour one way walk to the waterfalls from the stone strore in Kerikeri. You walk through the forest whilst the walk itself is nice, the waterfall that is awaiting you at the end is even bettter. Take a swim in...More