Ingalalla Falls

Ingalalla Falls, Normanville: Address, Ingalalla Falls Reviews: 4/5

Ingalalla Falls
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Yana
11 contributions
Fairytale place
Mar 2021 • Solo
This was a beautiful short walk from the car park to the waterfalls.
It was like walking into a fairy tale with butterflies and beautifully coloured birds everywhere.
I highly recommend coming here if you are near by and taking in the beautiful scenery.
Written March 26, 2021
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Week-enders
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Paths dangerous
Dec 2020 • Family
My family visited and yes the path to the falls are easy to walk to, but the tracks around the falls are dangerous. My kids began climbing them and when I went to follow them to make sure they were ok I slipped and broke my wrist and slid to the bottom. Be careful if going with children who will want to climb the tracks. They get very steep very quickly and it’s hard to get back down. There are no signs to warn that the tracks are steep or dangerous.
Written December 30, 2020
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Sharon B
14 contributions
Beautiful falls.
Jun 2020
Easy walk from the carpark and the falls are really lovely BUT don't go on a weekend. We drove out from Normanville on a Sunday afternoon and the carpark was packed. Turned around and went back next morning and no-one else was there. Be aware there are nice picnic spots but no toilets.
Written July 4, 2020
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Janette S
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Beautiful Australian bush land
Oct 2019
Winter rain falling amongst the bush and walking in on this amazing falls.. a sight every traveller should see... suitable walking shoes definitely required. Pack a picnic and enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of the bush..
Written October 13, 2019
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APP007
Clare, Australia134 contributions
Worth the drive
Sep 2019
Visited here in September after the rain. Falls were running. The falls are a short walk from the carpark. Great scenery. this is a nice place to visit and take in the sights.
Written September 16, 2019
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GMA
Normanville, Australia8 contributions
Mr
Jul 2019 • Family
Absolutely great natural environment. Cold, but exciting. Kids found yabbies in the creek, ( not for catching, very exciting. Spectacular falls just after rain, not too many people, good car parking
Written August 6, 2019
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Sam T
Adelaide, Australia81 contributions
Hidden gem
Jun 2019 • Family
We came here as we saw a sign for waterfall as we were leaving Normanville towards Adelaide. Head 10 don the road which is partially sealed/partially dirt road. The entrance to the car park is on the right. The sign pointing towards the car park entrance is hidden by a tree until you are at the entrance. We saw people have to reverse back to turn in. The walk from the carpark to the waterfall is only short 500m max and pretty flat path. There are no toilet facilities in the car park or along the trail. There is a bridge and a fallen tree branch is partially blocking the path closer to the waterfall at the moment (it is still accessible but narrower than the wide trail). As we have had quite a bit of rain recently there is lots of water flowing. It seems to be dog friendly. There were several dogs being walked on lead. There are a couple of picnic tables in the car park area. The drive from the main road to the car park is scenic in it's own right.
Written June 25, 2019
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katpirpinias
Melbourne, Australia171 contributions
quiet time
May 2019 • Family
its a nice walk to the falls but obviously if you want to see the falls go after the rains. We had a short picnic and play in the trees and creek bed. (keep an eye out for snakes regardless of weather)
Written May 26, 2019
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Ajb1207
Champsac, France849 contributions
10kms from Normanville
Jan 2019 • Couples
Now bear in mind this area is very dry and hasn’t had a lot of rain, we took the drive to the falls, initially on a sealed road then about 6-7kms on a track. The sign post isn’t the best but once in the car park you have a 5-10 minute walk along the path to the falls. The falls were flowing but only slowly. I would think if you went after rainfall it would be really pretty.
Written January 21, 2019
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NMHoff
Port Augusta, Australia34 contributions
Worth leaving the main road for
Nov 2018 • Family
We seen a sign that said waterfall 10km so thought why not?. Got to the car park then a 5 minute walk and we were there. A beautiful waterfall. Only running slow possibly due to lack of rain. I imagine it's better in the winter.
Written November 10, 2018
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