Tuesday, 4 September 2018

Charlie's Rock Waterfall


A couple of weeks ago on our quest to find local waterfalls around our area the other half found this one online - it's called "Charlie's Rock Waterfall".


So it takes about 15-20 minutes in total through a short pathway and bushwalk which included climbing over some muddy tracks and slippery rocks.


But totally worth the view considering this is what we found at the end. A very warm Spring day with some tourists jumping off the rocks into the cold water.


Up until recently the waterfall was accessed through private property but I believe the local council through some hard work organized public access.

Linking up with Our World Tuesday.

14 comments:

Fun60 said...

Your wanderings are finding some excellent waterfalls.

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

I love water spilling over the rocks

Billy Blue Eyes said...

Thats nice, well worth stopping to look at

mick said...

Beautiful waterfall and it would certainly be worth the walk if it was warm enough! but early spring! I'm not sure!!!

Photo Cache said...

I've never seen anything like this in person. All the waterfalls I see are tall and cascading from a mountain or a cliff.


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carol l mckenna said...

Beautiful water fall photos!

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Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Finding all the waterfalls you can seems like the best kind of exploring in the world!! And this is an absolutely beautiful one.

Susan Heather said...

Hadn't heard of this one. Must do some exploring next time in Kerikeri.

local alien said...

I can imagine the sound of the water. Beautiful place to visit

William Kendall said...

What a pretty waterfall!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, nice walk and a beautiful waterfall. Enjoy your day and week ahead!

Bill said...

Very pretty waterfall. It must have sounded refreshing to hear and then see it.

Lady Fi said...

What a fabulous place.

Aditya Narayan Mohanty said...

Lovely.

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