Joyce and I first visited Ohau Falls late in March 2008, after reading about them in Anna & Andrew Jameson’s book “Accessible Walks”. After passing under the railway viaduct, we heard some splashes and saw seal pups moving towards the sea. A little way further along the track we met a NZ couple taking movies […]
Joyce and I approached this waterfall from the south via Masterton, where we had camped after a rough crossing from South Island,(other passengers were using the paper bags). I remember Johnny & Julie had a similar crossing a few months earlier. While driving from Masterton we passed through a lot of sheep country, but while […]
Joyce and I first visited this waterfall in early March 2006. It was a showery day and we were about to return to our transport when we experienced an extreme shower. It felt like we had got too close to the falls! We used the little shelter provided by the tree ferns at the top […]
My wife Joyce and I visited this waterfall on 7th April 2010. Do not be be deterred by Johnny’s mention and pictures of stream crossings. The track has been upgraded since his visit. It is to DOC’s walking path standard throughout. All stream crossings are either avoided or bridged. This was good as we are […]
Sheoak Falls at moderate flow
We visited this falls in August 2010. The recent wet weather had the falls at a very high flow, and the spectacle was bringing in many of the locals to come and gawk at the sight. The park was full, and visitors were parking along the main road outside the park to get a look. […]
Visited in August 2010, and Nigretta Falls was flowing very well – some of the trees at the base were submerged in the river.
In August 2010, Wannon Falls was flowing very well, creating quite an impressive sight.
I visited Sailors Falls in August 2010, during a seasonal wet pattern. Both sides were flowing, with the western drop in a segmented form.
I have recently found a passion for photography, so I have been touring around South Australia with my wife, practicing away and came across these Ingalalla Falls. We went not long after a small amount of rain had fallen, maybe a day before, and it was mid winter. So attached are a couple of pics […]
I was at Rearguard Falls as a tourist in August 2010. I stumbled into rafters who told me I could not go down the path they were on, to the base of the falls, but they did pose for a picture. I also saw someone canoe-ing at the base of the falls. The falls were […]
I visited Iguazu Falls in 2003 and, based upon what I had read and what I had been told, I had high expectations for the falls. That said, after getting off of the bus, while I was walking to the falls, I heard a tremendous roar of the water. I got chills, the roar of […]
Some friends and I visited the waterfall in September 2010 after a lot of rain and it was flowing beautifully. The scenery was green and lush…it was a lovely visit. Khristina
Hello Glad to know there are waterfall lovers like myself. I am enjoying the website. I thought I would post to you a picture of a waterfall in California that is northwest of Tahoe. It is called Burney Falls. I did not see it on the web site and thought I would give you the […]
After turning right onto Tenaja road you will go through a few miles of beautiful driving. There is no fork when you get to Cleveland Forest rd (there is a small street sign on your right so you may pass it), simply make a right hand turn. From here the falls are approximately 5.2 miles. […]
We can find this waterfall in Dolomiti, Italy near Pinzolo. This is the Nardis Waterfall (40metres) and other is called “Alta”.
Here are the pictures I took of Turner Falls. This is the highest spot in Oklahoma. It is very beautiful but there were lots of visitors. The weather was hot and had been over 100-103 degree. Directions: From Dallas continue North on I-35 and take Exit #47 for Turner Falls Park. From Oklahoma City continue […]
Rawson Falls are located in Boorganna Nature Reserve 6kms west of Comboyne NSW. They are relatively unknown for an impressive 40 metre high fall with a good consistent flow in a beautiful rainforest reserve-maybe the leeches keep people away.
Prior to the Mothers day landslide that killed 8 people and injured 50 others, on Mothers Day of 1999, Sacred Falls State Park was my favorite hike on this Island. Between the Years of 1989 and 1999 I, many of my friends, and my daughters, who at that time were between the ages of 8 […]
I am a professional photographer and was turned onto this waterfall by a local tour company which took hikers up to Likeke waterfall on a daily basis. There are a number of companies who do this. The easier way to get up to the falls is from below through the Koolau Golf course. As people […]