At the junction of Dangarsleigh Road there is an unusual war memorial erected by the Perrot family in memory of their oldest son, Harold, who was killed at Passchendale Ridge in the First World War. Turning left here takes one onto a gravel/dirt road to the Dangars Falls (or Dangarsleigh Falls, as they are sometimes known). One lookout platform has outstanding views of Salisbury Waters tumbling 120m into the gorge below (after local rains), and of the ridges and plateaus of the area.
The falls camping area has picnic and toilet facilities as well as some spectacular views and 20 km of walking tracks around the rim of the gorge and down to the Macleay River. The area is particularly delightful in spring when the wattles and other flowers are in bloom.
The Kellys Plains-Dangarsleigh Country Women's Association (CWA) meets once a month in the CWA Rooms, Dangarsleigh Road.
In the 2006 Census (held on 8th August 2006) there were 97 persons usually resident in Dangarsleigh, 47.4% were males and 52.6% were females.