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Pumphouse Point, Tasmania

Wild, remote and every bit as epic as it looks in the pictures, Pumphouse Point on Tasmania’s Lake St Clair is a ‘must-visit’ Apple Isle destination.

Originally a hydroelectricity station built in the 1930s, this hotel conversion has made the most of is dramatic location to create a boutique hotel in the World Heritage listed Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.

The hotel is split over two locations, The Pumphouse, perched in the middle of the lake and the Shorehouse, on the slopes of the lake’s shoreline. Rooms in both are beautifully designed and fitted out with a ‘cosy- industrial’ style that wouldn’t be out of place in a city hotel.

Getting away from it all has never been so stylish.

All Images courtesy Pumphouse Point: Stu Gibson, Adam Gibson and Rachel Vasicek

Dining at Pumphouse Point
Luxury amenities
Fresh Local ingredients
Accommodation at Pumphouse Point

The Details

Where: Pumphouse Point, Tasmania
Who: Couples, friends, singles or older families looking for a true getaway. The hotel does not cater for children under 18 so it won’t suit families with young children.
When: Tasmania is a year round destination, but our pick is Autumn and Winter, for cosy fires, cool temperatures and moody landscapes.
Why: Dramatic scenery, walking and hikes, local produce and the luxurious accommodation.

1 Lake St Clair Rd, Lake St Clair, Tasmania

Pumphouse Point

Want more? Click here for What to do in Tasmania’s Huon Valley and here for a must-visit Australia island, Lord Howe.

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