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Papaseea Sliding Rock

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Papaseea Sliding Rock

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Tausulu Reupena wrote a review Aug 2020
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The water fall is nice and a fun place to hang with a group of friends and teenagers but should be careful with the rocks it is dangerous sometimes because its kind of slippery.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Becka L wrote a review Feb 2020
United Kingdom24 contributions9 helpful votes
These were a fun attraction but just be careful. I would advise wearing shorts and some kind of shoes as my sister cut the bottom of her foot open.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Kimksp wrote a review Feb 2020
Auckland, New Zealand147 contributions27 helpful votes
The sliding rocks were nice to cool off at. Not expensive and a lot cooler there as it is further up in the bush area. There is a track walking down with a number of steps. Approx 100m down. The main pool at the top has a small water fall. You have to walk down to the lower part to get to the sliding rocks. Be prepared to climb over rocks. It is steep.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Helen R wrote a review Jan 2020
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My family (two adults and two children ages 8 and 11) have just arrived back from the sliding rocks. It had been raining for many days prior and the edge of a cyclone had just passed through so we had anticipated that the pools would be deep enough to slide into. This was not the case. The water flow was way too strong and the pools too shallow. Not to mention that the “slides” were dangerously rocky. Definitely not suitable to slide down. We spent our time swimming in the shallow pools and enjoying the beautiful scenery. We still had a great time. Worth a visit but you will need to make your own risk assessment first. Bring reef shoes as well.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Charge_The_Globe wrote a review Jan 2020
Miami, Australia37 contributions24 helpful votes
Its a lovely place to spend an hour or so but the rocks aren't slippery so its not somewhere I would take smaller children. You have to have some upper body strength to get yourself into the water stream. Once you get low enough gravity kicks in but they are not slippery.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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