Ejanding is a townsite in the central Wheatbelt, located about 20 kilometres (12 mi) north-northeast of Dowerin. It was originally a siding on the Ejanding Northward railway, a line built between the town now known as Amery, and Kalannie, around 1927. Amery was originally named Ejanding in 1910, but was changed to Amery in 1928. Ejanding was gazetted as a townsite in 1930, and is Aboriginal in origin. It derives its name from “Hejanding Well”, a name first recorded by the surveyor/explorer Augustus Gregory in 1846.
Ejanding is a settlement situated in Western Australia, Australia. Ejanding is 2996 km from the Australian capital Canberra. Nearby places include Amery, Dowerin, Koomberkine, Manmanning, Minnivale, Moonijin. Nearby landmarks include Koombekine Lake, Koomberkine Lake, Lake Dowerin, Mount Dillon, Walyormouring Lake.