Camera Flat Waterfall


Camera Flat Waterfall

An un-officially named, Camera Flat Waterfall is a tall tiny waterfall, which is seen from the SH-94 and located in the Fiordland National Park. Most beautiful after a rain.

Driving and walking conditions

GPS of the view point: S 44° 48' 44.2614" E 168° 3' 59.292"
Parking: Milford Sound Hwy, Fiordland National Park
Vehicle type: All vehicle types Track type: Easy walking track
Road type: State HW Return track duration: 2min

Waterfall parameters

Waterfall height: 105m Type of the waterfall: Ribbon



Walking and driving instructions


Camera Flat Waterfall is roughly a 1.5-hours’ drive away from Te Anau or 3.5-hours from Queenstown. The road surface is always sealed.

From Te Anau follow Milford Road (SH-94), one of the most scenic and 'waterfalls' road in New Zealand, for 90 km. There is a huge parking right after Christie Falls bridge on the SH-94 (on your right). There are no any facilities there.

The waterfall is seen on the right hand side when you drive towards Milford Sound, a couple of minutes’ drive from Hollyford Rd or 1-minute’ drive from Christie Falls.

The waterfall is very tall but usually thin. More spectacular during a rain.


Waterfalls nearby (driving)


Attractions nearby


Milford Sound is a paradise for waterfalls/mountains/ocean lovers. Also you may see seals and bottlenose dolphins there!;

Milford Road is one of the most scenic roads in New Zealand, and with a peak elevation of 940m, also one of the country's highest;

There are plenty of tracks (from 1 minutes up to multi-days) nearby, including 3 New Zealand Great Walks:


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