This seasonal guide to waterfalls recommends the best time of year and the
best time of day to visit each waterfall using hydrologic knowledge to get the most out of your visit.
Compiled by hydrologist Brad Neal, the guide includes information about
how to get there, facilities available, viewing angles, waterfall dimensions, swimming opportunities,
a photo/video and my personal impressions.
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At the current time, the guide to waterfalls in
Australia is the most complete, followed by waterfalls that I have visited in New Zealand. This website only
includes waterfalls that I have personally visited and photographed.
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This is my compilation of waterfalls in Australia, from the red rock escarpments of the Northern
Territory, all the way down to the to the basalt column sinks of Victoria, and then back up along the coast through NSW and the ACT to far north Queensland…
The list includes waterfalls that I have visited in the Canterbury Region of the South Island, featuring
ice covered waterfalls up in the mountains at Arthurs Pass, including one night time waterfall, and a lush waterfall deep in the Peel Forest near Geraldine…
I only managed to visit one waterfall in Fiji, inland from Nadi, in the jungle behind one of the zipline companies that operate in the region. This waterfall
is relatively easy to access, with local guides on site to help you reach the falls…
Here are some easy to reach waterfalls within major cities in Japan, close to other tourist attractions. It includes a diverse half-day outing in Kobe that
involved visiting a waterfall cluster, a manicured garden, a cable-car ride, an aroma museum, and a public foot bath…
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