Sutherland Falls a high volume cascading waterfall near Milford Sound in South Island in New Zealand. The Sutherland is believed to be longest fall 1,904-feet and the tallest waterfall in New Zealand. The Water in high volume cascades in three steps, it spills from sizable lakes which are naturally carved into glacial basins on the mountainside of Fiordland National Park. The three drops are falls are 751-feet, 815-feet and 338 feet. The fall is 580-meters vertical measure and 480-meter horizontal measure.
The Sutherland Fall is named after Donald Sutherland, who found the waterfall in the year 1880. The Lake Quill was named after William Quill, whom the lake feeds the high cascading water.