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  •  Free WiFi
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Restaurant
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Located in Lake St. Clair, Pumphouse Point is minutes from Lake St Clair Pumphouse and close to Cynthia Bay. This 4-star hotel is within the region of The Wall in the Wilderness and Clark Dam.


Make yourself at home in one of the 18 guestrooms featuring refrigerators and LCD televisions. Digital programming and iPads are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include minibars and microwaves, and you can also request irons/ironing boards.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.

Food & Drink

Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. A complimentary full breakfast is served daily.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include a business center, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.

How to Get There

Pumphouse Point
Lake St Clair Road
Lake St Clair, 7140 Australia


4.5 Very Good 554 Reviews
Second stay & we will be back!
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were blessed to be visiting Pumphouse Point for our second stay, this time for 3 nights. This wilderness retreat ticks all the boxes for us. The location is just so serene and the views over the lake are mesmerising. We stayed on the ground floor of the Pumphouse this time and loved being close to the water. We had snow on one day which gave us a perfect excuse to relax by the fire in the lounge looking over the lake. Highlights of our stay: seeing a platypus & great company over dinner in the Shorehouse. Would recommend taking the ferry to Echo Point and doing the walk back along Lake St Clair. It is 10kms but not a hard walk & just beautiful.

Put it on your ‘must do list’ for sure
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Stayed for two nights after completing the Overland Track. Superb luxury experience in a relaxed format. Staff are super friendly and helpful; nothing too much trouble. Make sure you stay for the dinner which at $56 per head is incredible value and a great social experience too. Wines good value via the honor bar system. Put it on your must do list for sure.

A lovely experience in a stunning pristine location
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We loved our two day stay at the very unique Pumphouse Point. It is upscale but totally casual and relaxed. The reception from all the staff was warm and unpretentious - like being welcomed into someone's home.

Our room in the Shorehouse was certainly quite small, but very well appointed. I really liked the industrial style of the bathroom which was totally inkeeping with the original buildings. It has cosy underfloor heating which was much appreciated in the cold damp weather.

We enjoyed lovely walks around the lake and in the national park, but didn't see much wildlife.

One evening we participated in the shared table dinner. It was pleasant but didn't really meet our high expectations. We didn't think adequate staff were on hand to serve and clear up in timely way. The next evening we took advantage of the warm sourdough bread provided on a complimentary basis and made a scrumptious picnic from the local goodies in our room fridge. Breakfast was very enjoyable but could get a bit monotonous after several days.

The lounge areas are just lovely with roaring log fires and constant tea and coffee, as well as very well stocked honour bars. There was very good interaction with other guests, but you could equally be as private as you wanted.

A MUST to tick off your bucket list!
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wow! What an extraordinary and special place! My partner and I travelled around Tasmania for 17 days in Feb 2019 and without doubt Pumphouse Point was the highlight. Located on beautiful Lake St Clair, the drive from Strahan is an adventure in itself with stunning scenery along the way. Based on reviews, I booked a middle floor room (Room 7) in the Pumphouse and we were very happy with our overall experience, from the warm welcome at check-in (including a glass of Tassie bubbles), the fun buggy ride to the Pumphouse, the stunning grounds and the fantastic shared plate dinner in the cosy dining room. The highlight was sitting in our room with a glass of Pinot (you can bring your own wine with you or buy from their reasonable and delicious list) while enjoying the complimentary warm bread and reasonably priced Tassie cheeses from our larder, while watching a platypus swim by - incredible! We ended up seeing a platypus three times in our two night stay but I must highlight that we were very lucky and this is not common place. Definitely worth jumping in the car and driving 5 minutes down the road to the Lake St Clair Visitors Centre. Lots of great walks for every level. Ultimately, Pumphouse Point is a unique, remote and very romantic experience that I can’t recommend highly enough.

A Little Overrated
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Pumphouse at Pumphouse Point is a remarkable property in its dramatic location and as a repurposed industrial facility. It falls a little short as a luxury accommodation, Rooms vary greatly in size and amenity. Some are very small, cramped, dark and stuffy. Modern decor in bathrooms sometimes seemed more for effect than functionality. There is a strong emphasis on do-it-yourself food and drinks from augmented honor bars in rooms and lounges - at very high prices. Expensive "family dinner" in the lounge each evening was pre-prepared and brought in from an external source. Staff is well intentioned, but seems to be inexperienced. Continental breakfast was exactly the same on each of the three days of our stay. The only fruit offered was stewed rhubarb. Although Wifi in the common lounge areas had been advertised, it did not work during our stay.