Went for a half day bike hire and cycled to the falls worth also taking in the bike park and treaty ground on route.
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The waterfall itself is a bit of a letdown, it's very low (maybe 10 meters high). The 6km walking trail that starts next to the fall is a lot more interesting, nice forest trail and a part is a wooden parthway in a mangrove like...More
We wanted a quick place to show some weary travellers who just joined us in Paihia. PERFECT. They had a quick chance to see something -even if they were exhausted. Stay at the falls/ or rent a Kayak and paddle out to the falls if...More
We were on our way from Opua to Cape Reigna and stopped here for a few photos. Nice size falls with pretty surroundings.
The little water falls pales in comparison to Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. It is a nice place to visit for approximately 5 minutes. It is a little park near Waitangi, New Zealand which is the " Birthplace of the Nation".
We visited these falls in between visits. They were no where near as spectacular as the Rainbow Falls at Kerikeri and we only stayed for about ten minutes. We would have been very disappointed if we had made a special journey to view them.