Is definitely a charming walk along the old railway way.
Plenty of walking options to suit everyone from the 19km return trip to a 20-30 min return trip to the remains of the old workshops at the Ngakawau end.
A walk into the waterfall will have you venturing through tunnels admiring mini waterfalls and crossing a suspension bridge all the while being accompanied by cheeky little fanatails darting in and out of the trees beside you. The waterfall itself changes from being a fairly tame everyday waterfall to a magnificent roaring display depending on recent rainfall.
The Seddonville end of the track has the remnants of on old bath house and other mining activity including a sealed off mine entrance at the beginning of the track. It is also nice walk from here into the old mine site and a little further on to a mill site where you will find the remains of old boilers and log haulers.
Take care when crossing the railway lines at the Ngakawau, although they may look unused they are in fact in use several times daily
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