Bridal Veils FallsCurrently Open
- Address: Bridal Veils Falls, Kawhia Road, Raglan, New Zealand
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Forest, Waterfall, Tourist Center, Nature
Bridal Veils Falls - Review
Set in the pristine forests, this absolutely stunning waterfall is just a small walk away from Raglan. Called Waireinga Falls by the natives, water here drops an amazing 55 meters into an almost ring-shaped pool. Visitors have an option to trek down to the pool and have a closer look at the spectacular waterfall.
Bridal Veils Falls Information
- Rock climbing, abseiling and swimming are not allowed near the falls.
- Pets are not allowed in the waterfall area to protect the native flora.
How To reach Bridal Veils Falls by Public Transport
- There is no public transportation to the waterfall. Your hotel may provide a free shuttle or you can book a tour/shuttle with Raglan Scenic Tours.
Restaurants Near Bridal Veils Falls
- The nearest eateries are in Raglan, some 6 miles away from the Waireinga Falls.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Bridal Veils Falls
95% of people who visit Raglan include Bridal Veils Falls in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
62.84% of people start their Bridal Veils Falls visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Bridal Veils Falls
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Bridal Veils Falls
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Bridal Veils Falls, Raglan Reviews
Waterfalls are wonderful - fact! It's a bit of a drive to get to but once there it is only a short walk to the falls. Perhaps a little oddly you start at the top of the falls then climb down to the bottom, the stairs are wide enough for one person going up and one going down. There are 4 different viewing platforms, two at the top, one halfway down and the last at the bottom. The falls are aptly named. The DOC toilets are what you'd expect at such a location, good that they are provided but not particularly nice. There are a couple of picnic tables just inside the path by the stream/river that feed the falls. Well worth the trip to see, spectacular views, especially after recent rain fall. Enjoy 🙂
Everybody needs to see this waterfall. The hike isn’t too bad just about 200 stairs to the bottom and the better views are halfway down. When I was driving here I didn’t think it would be that great, most waterfalls I had seen either weren’t that high or trickled down along the mountain. This was different, this waterfall is about 180 feet high (55 meters). And it just shoots out water and the scenery around it makes it just that much better.
A beautiful bush walk of about 10 minutes to the top of The Falls but 135 steps down to the midway viewing platform and another 126 down to the base. Well worth the extra effort. A round trip of a 45 minutes.
Awesome stop. An amazing spectacle. Worth the walk back up to the top once you have finished. We visited after heavy rain so it was the most amazing sight.
Good walk, lots of stairs. Good fitness & mobility required. Narrow walkways, well formed. Not pram or wheelchair suitable except for the viewing platform at the top of the waterfall - nowhere safe to leave prams so best to leave the pram at the car and carry small children if you want to journey to the base of the falls.
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