Elabana Falls is a waterfall found in Lamington National Park near the Queensland / New South Wales border. I reached it after about 18-20km of hiking a round circuit (it’s reachable within about 5km otherwise) which also saw us taking in Chalahn Falls. The lack of canopy above allowed us a reprieve from the leeches which had been dropping down on top of us for most of the walk.
The waterfall falls in two tiers, a single upper waterfall, and then 3 cascades below which may form into one in heavy enough rain conditions. The triple falls below form a mild whirlpool towards the edge which captures leaves, seen on the right hand side of the photograph.
Although Elabana is easily accessed, it does require some mildly death defying rock scrambling, which would be incredibly dangerous if the rocks were slippery due to rain. I’d recommend anyone reaching these falls do so carefully, patiently, and only do what they are comfortable with.
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