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Pumphouse Point

A former hydroelectric station is transformed into the ultimate wilderness retreat

There are options at Pumphouse Point: choose to stay on land or perched over a lake at one of the 18 rooms now contained within the refurbished 1940s Shorehouse and Pumphouse. A pared-back vibe suits the Art Deco buildings, set in one of the remotest corners of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Claire National Park. Reconnecting with nature on long walks, while cycling or out in the rowboat is on the agenda, but this is also the perfect break for photographers and fishermen.


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