A scenic track along the south side of Lake Wanaka
was first established by the Wanaka Walkers in 1989. The first part of the track
was known as the Waterfall Creek Track, and extended as far as the Creek of that
name (about 4 km from town) with an informal extension beyond. To commemorate
the Millennium, the Wanaka Walkers approached the Otago Regional Council for
help in upgrading and extending this track for a further 5 km beyond the Creek.
Interpretation signs have been erected along the track. Part of the track
borders a nohoanga site of importance to Kai Tahu.