Mangatini Falls is a 25m waterfall that we accessed by hiking the historic Charming Creek Walkway at the west coast of New Zealand’s South Island near Westport.
The Fox Glacier Waterfalls were the series of waterfalls that Julie and I encountered while hiking towards the terminus of the Fox Glacier in New Zealand.
Trident Creek Falls is a shapely waterfall near the foot of the Franz Josef Glacier in the Westland Tai Poutini National Park in New Zealand’s South Island.
Dorothy Falls is an obscure waterfall said to be 64m tall in the LINZ-based topo maps, but we only saw the last 10-15m of it while driving by Lake Kaniere.
Carew Creek Falls (also just Carew Falls) is a 30m waterfall visible from Lake Brunner but accessed on a short hour-long return track towards its base.
Five Mile Creek Falls is a tall and slender 40m waterfall reached by a short 20-minute walk by Maruia Springs and Lewis Pass in New Zealand’s South Island.