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Wentworth Valley Falls

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Wentworth Valley Falls is an easy 3km walk that will take you around 1 hour 10mins to complete. You’ll find Wentworth Valley Falls a 7Km drive from Whangamata, a coastal town in Coromandel on the Thames peninsular. This walk can be followed by a 3Km walk up the Wentworth River through old Kauri forest.

Quick Facts

        • Location: North Island NZ
        • Distance: 3 km
        • Time needed: 1 Hour 10 Minutes
        • Difficulty: Easy
        • Wheelchair Access: No
        • Route: Double back
        • Elevation: 168m
        • Wet Feet: No
        • Toilets: Yes
        • Dogs: No
        • Mobile Coverage: No
        • Last Updated: November, 2019
  • Track Highlights

    Wentworth Falls is so close to Whangamata you just have to go for the walk to get away from civilization. Great track, quiet, peaceful bush and fresh mountain air to breath. With a little gold mining history thrown in, why not go for a walk.

  • Track Quality

    The track to Wentworth Falls lookout is very good to walk on. Bridges cross the side creeks, no wet feet. The track down to the base of the falls was difficult.

  • Hazards

    Climbing down to the base of Wentworth Falls was slippery and steep

  • Transport


  • Water

    You can top up with water at the camp ground. I found the Wentworth River ok to drink out of.

  • Driving Instructions


  • Shops or Restaurants nearby

    Whangamata has a very good shopping centre, no problem topping up with food and camping gear.

  • Area & Track History

    The Wentworth Valley has seen the rush of gold miners looking to make their fortune in the late 1880. You will see one gold mine as you walk along the Wentworth Falls track. If you have time up your sleeve take a walk up the side creeks you will see sign of gold mining.

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  • Map location of Wentworth Valley Falls

    Map of walk

Wentworth Falls Walk Car Park

At the end of the road is a very good camp ground. We found the grounds well looked after and the toilets clean and tidy. Plus, you will have no problem finding a car park and the start of the track

Old gold mine

The track is excellent, no need for heavy tramping boots. For an area that has been mined the regrowth of native bush was open and not thick and scrubby. On our walk we did not hear a lot of NZ native birds singing up in the trees.

Wentworth Falls

The climb down to the base of the Wentworth Falls Walk was tricky this is where strong tramping boot will pay off. The water looked and tasted great. The river run’s way back into the bush so there should be not risk of contamination unless people has been in the water at the top of the falls.

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