Pumphouse Point is an iconic Australian destination hotel, sensitively set on the edge of Lake St Clair in the World- heritage listed Tasmanian wilderness.
Pumphouse Point is an iconic Australian destination hotel, sensitively set on the edge of Lake St Clair in the World-Heritage listed Tasmanian wilderness. The boutique retreat comprises two lovingly restored heritage-listed industrial buildings, the Pumphouse and Shorehouse, which had a former life as part of a 1930’s water pumping facility supporting Tasmania's hydro-electricity scheme. The Pumphouse is positioned at the end of a jetty over the water, allowing guests to gaze out the window to the lake below. Both buildings feature several lounge areas and fireplaces, inviting guests to relax with a coffee or glass of red and take in the stunning lake views. There is a well-stocked guest honour bar so you can pour your favourite Tasmanian wine, whisky or gin, and each guest room has a private Larder stocked with local cheese, charcuterie and salmon which you can enjoy with the freshly-baked sourdough bread that is delivered on demand. Three course farmhouse dinners are enjoyed in the Shorehouse and are an opportunity for guests to meet and share stories of the day’s adventures in this World-Heritage Listed wilderness area.
Daily highland breakfast and dinner, freshly-baked sourdough bread delivered to your room on demand, and complimentary e-bikes. The exclusive Retreat also includes private in-room bar with premium wines, spirits and cocktails
Pumphouse Point is located on the edge of Lake St Clair in Tasmania, a 2.5 hour drive from Hobart
Best Nearby Park
Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park
Best Food & Wine Experience
Dinner in the Shorehouse with views of the lake; help yourself to premium Tasmanian reds from the honour bar
Best Place for Relaxation
The Retreat’s private outdoor bathtub in the forest
Open year-round (roads can be affected by snow in winter)
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When is the best time to visit Tasmania?
Tasmania has a cool temperate climate with four distinct seasons. The warmest months are in summer and early Autumn, from December to March, and the winter is cool with snow in alpine inland areas such as Cradle Mountain.