Corner Pool at the foot of Yabba Falls, Queensland

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Comments (7)

bdeh on August 24, 2012

So you made it and climbed down all the way Ian. Nice picture and scenery. LIKE! Greetings Berend

gezginruh on August 24, 2012

What an incredible beauty!

Also very artistic point of view! Right side and left side... and a wonderful harmony !

An excellent frame dear Ian.

Warmest greetings. Füsun

ԁk‒cam on August 26, 2012

Interesting and a wonderful shot with beautiful light.

Kind regards, Finn

CamKilgour on December 2, 2013

Hi Ian, Great shots. Is it possible to access this area if we were camping at Peachtrees? Is there public access through the old station to the upper, or lower part of the falls?

Thank you, Cameron

Ian Stehbens on December 3, 2013

Further to the above, Cam, the owners of Old Yabba have closed the gate partly because of people driving in, parking near the homestead and walking through towards the Falls as if it was public land. It isn't. ... and partly because of rogue shooters! But please call me.


Patrick Lenihan on October 5, 2014

Hi Ian sorry for the late comment but is there any other ways to access the Yabba Falls such as just following the creek from peachtrees in Jimna or do you have to use private property? Please reply, Patrick

Ian Stehbens on October 6, 2014

Hi Patrick,

The falls are big and different access routes give you access to different parts of the Falls. The Falls are in a Scenic Reserve over which Old Yabba Station has a lease. Old Yabba owners do not want access to be made through their property. However it is possible to access the Falls through National Park land by using Fishermans Spur which you will find on Google Earth. The spur is downstream of the Gates of Yabba which is the north-south section below the Falls. It is a full day return hike down the Spur to the Falls and back up the spur to Bella Creek Road.

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