Summary: Chalahn Falls is one of the more spectacular waterfalls along the Toolona Creek Circuit in Lamington National Park, and a popular destination for photographers.

One of the most spectacular waterfalls along Toolona Creek, Chalahn Falls has two streams of water which which cascade through through the rainforest onto moss-covered rocks below.

 Chalahn Falls

The top (and bottom) of one of the streams looks like a veil, as the water fans across the rock face.

Chalahn Falls

Getting to Chalahn Falls

This is one of many waterfalls along the 17.4km Toolona Creek Circuit, which starts about 2.3km along the Border Track in the Green Mountains section of Lamington National Park. The Border Track starts near the O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat carpark at the end of Lamington National Park Road. It’s about 5.5km (one-way) to Chalahn Falls from the start of the Border Track.

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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