Some people argue that New Zealand’s highest waterfall is not the Sutherland but the Browne Falls, which drop 836 metres into Doubtful Sound. But as this aerial view shows, they are more of a cascade, largely in contact with the rock, rather than free falling.
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Photograph by Lloyd Homer
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