Summary: Kalgamahla Falls is an impressive waterfall along the West Canungra Creek Circuit bushwalk, with the creek cascading over a wide rock shelf.

One of the more impressive waterfalls along West Canungra Creek, Kalgamahla Falls drops overs a wide rock ledge with quite a powerful force (at least after rain). The waterfall can be seen from a number of angles, with the walking track approaching the falls from the eastern side…

Kalgamahla Falls

…before crossing West Canungra Creek above the waterfall…

Kalgamahla Falls

…and providing a view of the falls from the western side of the creek.

Kalgamahla Falls

Above Kalgamahla Falls is a taller but much less powerful waterfall, where a side creek drops into West Canungra Creek.

AWAT2324 LR Kalgamahla Falls (Lamington NP)

Getting to Kalgamahla Falls

This waterfall is along the 18km West Canungra Creek Circuit, which starts along the Border Track from the O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat carpark at the end of Lamington National Park Road. The waterfall is around 6.7km from the Border Track and 9km frrom the Green Mountains trailhead (going in an anti-clockwise direction) – which puts pretty much exactly in the middle of the West Canungra Creek Circuit.

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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