This gentle 30 minute walk takes in bush surrounds home to native ferns and rimu, and crosses farmland before reaching the stunning Omaru waterfall.
There is a picturesque picnic spot beside the river and a small terraced waterfall, or continue up the track of the lookout point which provides great views of the 45m falls.
Please Note: Many of the walking trails in the Hamilton & Waikato region do not allow dogs. Hamilton & Waikato Tourism recommend checking with the Department of Conservation before taking your dog on any of the trails in the region.
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