Niagara Falls (NZ)
Every visitor of the one of the most famous and largest waterfalls of New Zealand can feel its power kilometers away – the deafening noise of the Niagara Falls spreads over many miles and in good weather can be heard on the coast.
McLean Falls, Catlins
New Zealand is rightfully considered as one of the untouched and purest places on Earth, but even there some places are more untouched than the others. One of such regions, Catlins, is a home for a 22 meter high McLean Falls, the most spectacular in the area.
Oaklands Falls, Hazelbrook
Oaklands Falls is one of those rare locations where you can still enjoy Blue Mountains and surrounding rainforest without being disturbed by tourists passing every now and then, and, in fact, it is very likely that you wonâ€™t meet there anyone at all.
Purakaunui Falls is one of the most photographed falls in New Zealand and it is featured on the postage stamp issued in 1976. In Maori language the word â€œPurakaunuiâ€ means â€œbig heap of firewoodâ€ apparently referring to the surrounding forest.
Upper Gledhill Falls, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
If you are a regular reader of my blog, by now, you should already know that there is no shortage of waterfalls in Blue Mountains, but what about Sydney itself? Well, there are some â€¦
This small waterfall is called Upper Gledhill Falls and located in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park in Sydneyâ€™s North.
Horseshoe Falls, Hazelbrook
It may not be obvious at first glance, but Blue Mountains is full of waterfalls â€“ I think I will be able to show you at least 40 of them and Iâ€™m sure there are more. Most of them are relatively small, some require rainy days to demonstrate itsâ€™ beauty, but if you are a true waterfall fan, size shouldnâ€™t matter, right?Â Read more…
Grampians National Park (Gariwerd)
Surrounded by the endless plains and fields, Grampians mountains range is one of the most popular tourist destinations in western Victoria that offers almost all possible outdoor activities in the same place: hiking and rock climbing, camping, exploring wilderness of mountain ranges and wetlands, swimming and canoeing, fishing or simply sightseeing.
Leura Cascades, Blue Mountains National Park
If you happened to be in Katoomba or Leura region of the Blue Mountains on the wet and rainy day – donâ€™t miss Leura Cascades, if you are lucky, they will be filled with water and present a truly nice view.
Terrace Falls, Blue Mountains National Park
What I like about Sydney’s Blue Mountains is that among all famous and heavily promoted tourist places you can always find a quiet and serene spot, where you can enjoy the view without being crowded by hundreds of people. Read more…