Rises on the northern side of Waratah Ridge and generally flows south for 2km to join Cerberus Creek. Named by Michael Keats on a Bush Club walk, 7th May 2010. Michael recorded, "At the foot of these cliffs, the dry sandy floor was covered in hundreds of dog footprints. Is that why the main creek is called Dingo Creek? This creek needed a name with dog connotations, and so Cerberus Creek was named." Michael named Little Cerberus Creek as it was smaller and flowed into Cerberus Creek.