Stirling Falls and the Milford Sound Waterfalls

Stirling Falls was the second of two permanent waterfalls that we encountered in the Milford Sound (with Bowen Falls being the first one). Since this waterfall was far deeper into the fiord…

Bowen Falls

Bowen Falls was the first major waterfall that we encountered while visiting the famous Milford Sound. I felt inclined to give this waterfall its own write-up because there was a trail that left…

Sutherland Falls and the Milford Track Waterfalls

Sutherland Falls had to have been by far the mightiest waterfall in New Zealand. Ever since Julie and I knew of its existence, we made it a point to journey to this waterfall no matter how…

Browne Falls, Cleve Garth Falls, Helena Falls, and the Doubtful Sound Waterfalls

Browne Falls could very well be the tallest waterfall known in New Zealand so far as it was said to be 619m or 838m (depending on who you talk to and what the height criteria was based on). However…

Christie Falls and the Milford Highway Waterfalls

Christie Falls was a roadside waterfall right besides a narrow single-lane bridge on the Milford Sound Highway. Because it was next to a sign that said “Falls Creek”, I’d imagine this waterfall…

The Chasm

The Chasm was really more of a nature walk than a waterfalling experience, but I’m including a write-up about it because there really was a waterfall within the narrow potholed gorge. The problem…

Humboldt Falls

Humboldt Falls was one of the more dramatic waterfalls that we experienced in New Zealand. It was hard to believe that this waterfall seemed to be one of the better kept secrets in Fiordland…