The Hinerau Walk begins and ends near the Aniwaniwa Visitor Centre and is an easy stroll suitable for all. The highlight is the three waterfalls, collectively known as the Aniwaniwa Falls (Aniwaniwa means rainbow in English). The first fall is the 15 m Bridal Veil fall. The Momahaki Fall is on the other side of an island in the middle of the river. This fall, together with the 11 metre lower fall form a spectacular sight from the next viewpoint down.
The lower part of the Aniwaniwa Falls is called "Te Tangi o Hinerau" and commemorates the legend of Hinerau, a Tuhoe woman of high rank famed for her beauty. Continue along the track, past a view over the lake to end up back at the Aniwaniwa Visitor Centre.