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Pumphouse Point

Pumphouse Point Tasmania
Lake St Clair and Pumphouse Point Tasmania
The Pumphouse
The Retreat
Pumphouse Point
In the middle of Tasmania, on the southern hemisphere's deepest lake, awaits one of Australia's most iconic wilderness experiences: Pumphouse Point. Walk deep into the fjord-like surrounds of Lake St Clair, explore the giant myrtle forests, tread softly on the moss-covered understory and forget the world you left behind. At day's end, return to the sanctuary of the Pumphouse to share tables and tales with fellow guests before drifting away by the log fire. Surrounded by some of the most dramatic natural landscape on the planet, the scene is set for your new favourite memory. 19 boutique rooms and suites have been thoughtfully created within the historical fabric of the pumphouse. But it's not about the rooms here. It's an entirely unique experience, from honesty bars and fire feasts, e-bikes and bushwalks, highland massages and rowboats... immerse yourself in the wilderness like you never have before.

Baggage Holding Room



Communal Lounge

Electric Vehicle Charging Point

Non Smoking

Open Fireplace

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

Mountain Biking




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Shorehouse Panorama Room

This may be the most impressive real estate of the property, with panoramic views through huge windows across to the lake and mountains beyond. It is also one of our most spacious rooms, making it a firm favourite among guests.

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Pumphouse Ground Floor Room

Located on the ground floor of the Pumphouse, these 4 rooms sit just over the water with their own unique character and connection to the Lake. With the lounge and bar nearby, it's only a few steps from your room to Pumphouse bliss.

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Shorehouse Standard Room - No View

Our Shorehouse Standard rooms don't have a lake view; but with all the comforts of the other rooms they are exceptional value amongst World Heritage Wilderness.

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Pumphouse Middle Floor Room

The middle floor of the Pumphouse gives these four rooms the unique feeling of floating on water. With floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the Lake, you won't want to leave... and you won't have to.

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Shorehouse Waterview Room

Nestled among the trees on the water's edge with exceptional views across the lake to the mountains beyond. Not to mention the luxury of being able to roll down the stairs to breakfast in the morning.

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Pumphouse Top Floor Room

The Pumphouse Top Floor rooms are our most spacious rooms with distinct architectural styling and with trimmings designed for guests with a penchant for the top shelf. These particular rooms have been designed with a split level layout, providing a sunken lounge and elevated bed level.

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Shorehouse Waterview with Bath

For those who wish to soak in the hot highland water after a big day exploring the wilderness, these peaceful rooms in the stunning Shorehouse should do nicely.

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Pumphouse Top Floor with Bath

The Pumphouse Top Floor rooms are our most spacious rooms with distinct architectural styling and with trimmings designed for guests with a penchant for the top shelf. These two particular rooms have bathtubs, making them ideal for relaxation... and romance!

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The Retreat

Hidden on the edge of the lake, hugged by native bush, our new all-inclusive wilderness experience, awaits. The welcome is warm and uniquely Tasmanian – inclusive of all food including our farmhouse fare dinners at shared tables in the Shorehouse dining room, an expanded larder brimming with the best local produce, wines and Tasmanian craft beers, ciders and spirits, as well as a few surprises (did we mention the cocktails?).

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