Summary: Kalang Falls is a picturesque waterfall near Kanangra Walls, reached by a short bushwalk. It's best visited after some decent rain.

The Kalang Falls – sometimes and incorrectly called the Kanangra Creek Falls – is reached via short bushwalk from Kanangra Walls which descends steeply to the base of the falls. The waterfall is at the bottom of a hanging valley carved out over thousands of years by the Kanangra Brook (which is different to Kanangra Creek).

Kalang Falls

The volume of waterfall varies a fair bit – the waterfall is definitely most impressive after a few days of rain, and can be only a trickle of water if there’s been a long dry spell.

Getting to Kalang Falls

Kalang Falls is near Kanangra Walls in the Kanangra-Boyd National Park, which is at the end of Kanangra Walls Road. It’s accessed via either both Jenolan Caves or Oberon, and is about a two hour drive from Katoomba.

The Kanangra Waterfall Walk starts from the carpark, and is a 1.4km return bushwalk which goes to the base of the falls.

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