Eketāhuna's Cliff Walk

The Cliff Walk begins by the bridge in Bridge Street, Eketāhuna, and is a beautiful bush walk above the Makakahi River through to the camp ground with a halfway point exit onto Stanly Street.

Cliffwalk Opening in 1911
Eketahuna Mayoress Maud Page cuts the ribbon at the opening of the Cliff Walk, Eketahuna in 1911. Mayor Cliff Page is standing beside her on the box. The women behind her, left to right, are Madge Seymour, Mrs Hotop, Matilda and Alice Anderson, Mrs Charlotte Turner.

Access via Bridge Street
Access off Bridge Street.

The iconic tree
The iconic tree.

Bush walk

Sign to Swimming Hole
Sign post to the remains of the steep track down to the old swimming hole in the river.

Old Swimming Hole
The old swimming hole taken in 2021 by Moo and Moochelle photo reproduced with permission. Thank you.

Tree Trio by Track

Half Way Point and exit onto Stanly Street
Half Way Point and exit onto Stanly Street

Views Across The River


Cliff Walk