Summary: Bundoomba Falls is a picturesque waterfall along the West Canungra Creek Circuit. It's often (incorrectly) referrred to as the Darraboola Falls, which is nearby.

An impressive waterfall along Bundoomba Creek, Bundoomba Falls drops into a shallow pool, surrounded by dense rainforest. The water plunges first as a single drop, before fanning out over the rocky base of the falls.

Bundoomba Falls

A short distance away, on a tributary of the same creek, is another waterfall – but this one is almost dry despite the recent rain.

AWAT2221 LR Bundoomba Falls (Lamington NP)

Downstream of the waterfall (after the two branches of Bundoomba Creek converge), are some smaller cascades.

AWAT2223 LR Bundoomba Falls (Lamington NP)

This waterfall is often – incorrectly – referred to as the Darraboola Falls, which is further up the same valley but on a different creek.

Getting to Bundoomba Falls

This is the second major waterfall along the 18km West Canungra Creek Circuit if you’re doing the circuit in a clockwise direction. The West Canungra Creek Circuit branches off the Border Track from the O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat carpark at the end of Lamington National Park Road. It’s about 4.8km (one-way) to Bundoomba Falls from the start of the Border Track.

More information

Finding the best waterfalls in Lamington National Park has more information on the best bushwalks to do if you’re chasing waterfalls, and a list of all the waterfalls along the major trails.

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