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[[Image:Waimea Valley Audubon Center.jpg|right|thumb|200px|The waterfall at the Waimea Valley Audubon Center.]]
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The '''Waimea Valley Audubon Center''' is a [[filming location]] in Oahu that contains Waimea Falls (aka Waihi Falls), and depicted the [[waterfall]] in episode #1x12 [[Whatever the Case May Be]].
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The '''Waimea Valley Audubon Center''' is a [[filming location]] in Oahu that contains Waimea Falls (aka Waihi Falls), and depicted the [[waterfall]] in {{ep|1x12}}, {{ep|3x14}} and {{ep|5x06}}.
   
A three-quarter-mile walk from the park entrance will leads to Waihi Falls, the pond where Kate and Sawyer came upon two submerged corpses still buckled into their airplane seats. Also, they discover a [[Halliburton case]] that the [[Edward Mars|marshal]] escorting Kate back to the mainland had carried onto the plane. The case contained several pistols and also the small toy plane that has long been the object of Kate's obsession.
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A three-quarter-mile walk from the park entrance leads to Waihi Falls, the pond where Kate and Sawyer came upon two submerged corpses and the [[Halliburton case]] {{crossref|1x12|}}. Later [[Paulo]] found [[Nikki]]'s bag with the diamonds and his nicotine gum in the same pool. {{crossref|3x14|}} In [[season 5]], this is the pond in which [[Hurley]] and [[Kate]] awakened after the crash of [[Ajira Flight 316]]. {{crossref|5x06}}
   
 
The underwater scenes however, were not filmed here. These were filmed at the dive pool at the Hawthorne City Pool in California. ([http://www.lostvirtualtour.com/lost/episode/1x12.html source])
 
The underwater scenes however, were not filmed here. These were filmed at the dive pool at the Hawthorne City Pool in California. ([http://www.lostvirtualtour.com/lost/episode/1x12.html source])
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*[http://www.audubon.org/local/sanctuary/Brochures/Waimea.html Waimea Valley Audubon Center]
 
*[http://www.audubon.org/local/sanctuary/Brochures/Waimea.html Waimea Valley Audubon Center]
 
*[http://maps.google.com/?t=h&om=1&ll=21.638895,-158.059246&spn=0.002643,0.004152 Google Maps]
 
*[http://maps.google.com/?t=h&om=1&ll=21.638895,-158.059246&spn=0.002643,0.004152 Google Maps]
*[http://www.lostvirtualtour.com/lost/locations/waimeafalls/ Lost Virtual Tour] - Waimea Falls page with photos
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*[http://www.lostvirtualtour.com/lost/filming_locations/waimeafalls/index.html Lost Virtual Tour] - Waimea Falls page with photos
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Latest revision as of 02:54, May 11, 2011

Waimea Valley Audubon Center
The waterfall at the Waimea Valley Audubon Center.

The Waimea Valley Audubon Center is a filming location in Oahu that contains Waimea Falls (aka Waihi Falls), and depicted the waterfall in "Whatever the Case May Be", "Exposé" and "316".

A three-quarter-mile walk from the park entrance leads to Waihi Falls, the pond where Kate and Sawyer came upon two submerged corpses and the Halliburton case ("Whatever the Case May Be"). Later Paulo found Nikki's bag with the diamonds and his nicotine gum in the same pool. ("Exposé") In season 5, this is the pond in which Hurley and Kate awakened after the crash of Ajira Flight 316. ("316")

The underwater scenes however, were not filmed here. These were filmed at the dive pool at the Hawthorne City Pool in California. (source)

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