Summary: Karrilya Falls is a small cascade along the West Canungra Creek, on the West Canungra Creek Circuit bushwalk.

Along West Canungra Creek (a little upstream of Darraboola Creek) is Karrilya Falls. The small cascade is formed by the the creek dropping over some large boulders as it descends through the Lamington National Park rainforest.

Karrilya Falls

Getting to Karrilya 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 the middle of the circuit (about 8.5km one-way in either direction) from the Border Track.

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