|Cobrabald Creek, St. Leonards Creek|
|Mostly perennial river|
|State||New South Wales|
|Region||IBRA: New England Tablelands|
|Source||Great Dividing Range|
|- location||south east of Branga Swamp|
|- elevation||1,370 m (4,495 ft)|
|Mouth||confluence with the Macdonald River|
|- location||west of Cobrabald Mountain|
|- elevation||990 m (3,248 ft)|
|Length||52.8 km (33 mi)|
The river rises in high country on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range south east of Branga Swamp about 50 kilometres (31 mi) south of Walcha. The river flows generally north and north west for, towards its confluence with the Macdonald River; dropping 383 metres (1,257 ft) over its course of 52 kilometres (32 mi).
The country along the Cobrabald River is a rich grazing area used for rearing livestock.
The Walcha fishing club stocks this river annually and it is one of the best trout fishing rivers in NSW. A fossicking area is also available in a reserve just off the Niangala Road and along the Cobrabald River.
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