Summary: An unofficial (or unnamed) waterfall along the Yuelerbah Walking Track, the Flaggy Creek Cascades is formed by the creek flowing over a number of rock tiers.

Next to the Yuelerbah Walking Track is a small waterfall, where Flaggy Creek cascades over a number of rock tiers. Flaggy Creek originates in Charlestown and flows through a few suburban bushland reserves in Charlestown and Kahibah, before reaching the Glenrock State Conservation Area.

Flaggy Creek Cascades

The cascades are shown on most maps, but as far as I’m aware they don’t have an official name.

AWAT8929 LR Flaggy Creek Cascades - an unofficial Yuelerbah track waterfall

Getting to the Flaggy Creek Cascades

The waterfall is just under a kilometre along the Yuelerbah Walking Track (from the carpark), and can be seen from the walking track.

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