Summary: Little Flaggy Creek Falls is a small waterfall along the Yuelerbah Walking Track in the Glenrock State Conservation Area. You can climb down to the base of the falls and clamber behind the cascade.

The Yuelerbah Walking Track in the Glenrock State Conservation Area crosses Little Flaggy Creek, just above a small waterfall. Little Flaggy Creek originates in the Garvey Grove Reserve (which is surrounded by houses) and then flows through the suburbs of Kahibah and Adamstown Heights before entering the Glenrock State Conservation, so it does suffer from nutrient runoff and urban stormwater.

There’s a good view of the waterfall from the eastern side, showing the broad rock shelf what the creek cacades over (after very heavy rain, it becomes a single, wide torrent of water).

Little Flaggy Creek Falls

From the western side of the falls you can only really see the top of the falls, just before the bridge over the creek.

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Unless the creek is flooded, you can clamber down from the western side of the falls (the side which you approach the creek from the carpark), to reach the base of Little Flaggy Creek Falls.

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Continue across the slippery rocks to get behind the waterfall – although you’ll need to crouch and you don’t want to attempt this after heavy rain.

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Getting to Little Flaggy Creek Falls

Little Flaggy Creek Falls is about a kilometre along the Yuelerbah Walking Track from the carpark. You cross the creek the above the falls on a bridge, and the best views of the waterfall is a bit further along the track after the bridge. There’s no official track to the base of the falls, but you can clamber down before you cross the creek.

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