Kalangadoo is a small town located approximately 350km south-east of Adelaide and approximately 40km north-west of the regional centre of Mount Gambier. Kalangadoo is an Indigenous word meaning "Big Trees in Water". Current population of Kalangadoo is about 300 people.
Currently Kalangadoo has a small business district which includes a general store, a farm supply store, a pub and a timber mill. The disused railway station houses a small museum.
Kalangadoo has a strong, vibrant Football and Netball Club which has experienced a large amount of success over recent years. The football and netball club play in the Mid South East competition.
Kalangadoo is also well-known for its local produce. It is a strong farming area which predominately is potato farming and livetsock. Kalangadoo also has a local apple farm which producing Kalangadoo Organic Apple Juice and a cherry farm.