Darbys Falls is a small village situated 15 km east of Cowra, New South Wales. In 2011, there were 316 people living in Darbys Falls, including 5 indigenous people. The population was 51.9% are male and 48.1% are female.
Located near the village is a public astronomical observatory. There is no school in the village, with Wyangala Dam Public School servicing primary aged students. Secondary students travel to Cowra.
It is situated on the Lachlan River between Wyangala and Cowra. The topography of the land is rough and hilly, featuring large granitoid tors and associated boulders. The area has a significant mining history for various minerals, including gold.