Bosgårdsfallet is a small waterfall in the hamlet Bosgård, near Torup in the region Lallands län, Sweden.
Bosgårdsfallet cascades down over appr. 4-14 meter in the woods of Bosgård. In earlier days the water was used to generate electricity, but since 1955 there is no activity anymore. There are some remains of the old power plant but nowadays people are there to visit the waterfall Bosgårdsfallet.
Drive from Halmstad north to Torup/Hylbruk and take a left turn at the roundabout in Torup onto road 150. A little further keep right on road 150 until a little further you see a white sign for “viewpoint Bosgårdsfallet”. Park the car here and walk in a few minutes to the waterfall.