Galbally is a village in Co Limerick. It is situated in the south east of the county, close to the border with Co Tipperary. It is located at the foot of the Galtee Mountains and at the western approach to the Glen of Aherlow. It is 43km south east of Limerick City, which can be accessed via the 328 bus route, 16.5km north of Mitchelstown in Co Cork and 15.5km east of Tipperary town. The Aherlow River, flowing down from the Galtee mountains, runs by the village, to meet the Suir at Kilmoyler a short distance north of Cahir. Galbally is in quite a picturesque location, in a valley overlooked by the Galtee Mountains. Places of interest include the graveyard with ruins of a 13th century church, Moor Abbey and Darby's Bed passage tomb. Galbally hosts amenities and services for most eventualities: from pubs to carpenters, to undertakers, shops, a chipper, B&Bs, a village museum/gallery, and an equestrian centre. The village has excellent sporting facilities: pitches for most popular field sports, a community field, and one of the first "all weather" astro-turf pitches in the area. There are two GAA clubs in the parish, a camogie club and an athletics club.