Hughe’s Dale is the only out of seven-eight local dales with water flowing throughout the year.
Tourist path leads to this waterfall and tourists often take a bath under falling streams of clean, cool and drinkable water.
Falls are of religious importance to local Buddhists.
Hugh’s Dale Waterfall on the map
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|Location, GPS coordinates:||10.478642 S 105.559503 E|
|Categories:||Waterfalls, Springs, Spring tufa, travertine and other formations|
|Where is located?||Australia and Oceania, Australia, Christmas Island, western part of the island, lower terrace, second dale from the north|
|Alternate names:||Hugh’s Dale, Hughe’s Tufa Waterfall|
|Height:||10 – 15 m|
Video of Hugh’s Dale Waterfall
Over Yonda Adventures, September 2017
A romantic desert island… Who first saw and went ashore on Christmas Island will never be known. Where these people came from and when is conjecture though we are almost certain they were Polynesians.
Few migrations are as visually stunning as that of the Christmas Island crab. Crawl alongside one particular crab as it makes its way to the water’s edge, and marvel at this small creature’s big, life-changing journey.