The bush track to the William Wright Falls experienced significant damage in 2013 and is now classed as a ‘tramping path’, with signage. Located approximately 1.5-kilometres into the bush, the falls spill over a sheer rock face some 28-metres above the pool, dropping in two stages to the valley floor, framed by an almost vertical forested hillside. Accessible from the northern end of Orokawa Bay, the journey up and along the streambed is best suited to the experienced hiker and will take at least 1-hour from Orokawa Bay.