Disembarking cruise ship on Sunday 23/4 Bay of Islands at 10am in the Bay of Islands.
What we would like to know: how can we organise to do the walk to Rainbow Waterfalls?
What we've read is that we need to catch a bus to Keri Keri then find the Historic Stone Store where the track to Rainbow Falls starts and that track will take us via the river and Wharepuke Falls and the Fairy Ponds.
Is the right?
Anybody know about buses schedules on a Sunday?
I'd appreciate any feedback regarding my query please. We would like to see this part of Bay of Islands if we can.
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來自 craigevil_morison 的回應 | 評論此物業 |
You are right on. Great that you are doing the full walk.
Stonestore is the best stating point.
Hi, how close by car is the car park for these falls to The Parrot Place? Are they nearby each other? Thanks!!
來自 Foodexp 的回應 | 評論此物業 |
It's a 2 minutes drive or 7 minutes walk. Once you a there you have a 20 minutes walk on the Kerikeri Walkway. It's an interesting walk but a bit up and down but plenty to see in the landscape.
Rainbow falls look lovely!
We are thinking of coming here from cruise ship terminal.
What would be the best transport (rental car, is there public transport etc) from the port, and how long would it take?
Is the path down to the pool suitable for a 4-yr-old - how long is the walk (ie how much carrying might we need to do!!) :)
And lastly, is it feasible to combine with a trip to the Parrot Place - are they close?
Thank you so much!!
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來自 misfortune2014 的回應 | 評論此物業 |
Hi, yes if you are travelling from Paihia it would pay to rent a car...15 minutes drive. Go to the Rainbow falls from the Waipapa rd end. It is too far to take a 4 yr old from the Stone Store end. .. Then its not far... 更多
Hi, yes if you are travelling from Paihia it would pay to rent a car...15 minutes drive. Go to the Rainbow falls from the Waipapa rd end. It is too far to take a 4 yr old from the Stone Store end. .. Then its not far at all from there to go to the Parrot place. Hope this helps, don't hesitate to ask anything else.