Totarapapa Falls is a roadside waterfall reportedly 45m tall in the north of the remote Te Urewera National Park near the town of Murupara, New Zealand.
Mokau Falls is a 37m tall waterfall to the north of Lake Waikaremoana in Te Urewera National Park. We think it’s the most impressive waterfall in the park.
The Aniwaniwa Falls (‘Rainbow Falls’ in Maori) consist of 3 waterfalls (Bridal Veil Falls, Momahaki Falls, and Te-tangi-o-Hinerau) in Te Urewera National Park.
Papakorito Falls is a 20m rounded waterfall near the eastern shore of Lake Waikaremoana in Te Urewera National Park accessible by a short two-minute walk.
Te Reinga Falls is a powerful-but-hard-to-see series of waterfalls dropping 35m fed by a combination of the Ruakituri and Hangaroa Rivers in the East Coast, NZ.