Ellinjaa Falls is the third (or second depending on which direction you go) waterfall on the Waterfall Circuit where we went counterclockwise.
We took a short downhill walk to the bottom of the falls (took us about 20 minutes round trip, including walking and photographing). On the morning that we showed up, it looked like the sun was starting to spoil the lighting (especially since this one the type of waterfall you could take long exposures with). From down there, it looked like the falls might be about 10-15m tall.
I reckon if it's sunny and you care about lighting, then come later in the day or come when the area at the bottom of the falls is completely in shadow (like late afternoon or early morning).
Note, according to my Natmap Raster map of Australia, this falls was referred to as Elinjaa Falls (only 1 "l"). Not sure if the product was wrong or not, but in case you can't find the falls on this product, this might help you out.
Directions: I recalled that we didn't have any trouble finding this waterfall as it was well signed. It was about 3.3km from the Palmerston Hwy (Hwy 25).
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