Boats + eBikes
ON TWO WHEELS
From the saddle of our e-bikes, you’ll find secrets beyond your bushwalking limits. Pack a picnic with Tassie pinot and find an untouched patch to lay your blanket. Pedal slowly (if you even need to!), you’ve got all day, and the e-bikes are free.
JUST DRIFT AWAY
Please note our rowboats are currently unavailable.
Drifting on sheltered mountain waters amid pure highland air… this may be the moment it hits you. You’re somewhere you’ve never been, in a Pumphouse Point dinghy, exploring hidden coves, entirely removed from everyday life. Let the lake guide you.
CAST INTO THE DEEP
Pumphouse Point is a trout fisherman’s paradise, with world-class fly fishing on the door step – literally . A member of the Tasmanian Trout Guides and Lodges Association, we use and recommend the best guides in the business.
MEET THE LOCALS
Pumphouse Point is home to a community of furry hosts: wallabies, echidnas, native quolls, possums, wombats, the famous Tassie devil and a wide variety of birdlife. And of course, forever hiding in the shallows is the Pumphouse platypus.
REFLECT BY THE LAKE
Let the mystique of Lake St Clair capture you for a moment, to hear the gentle lapping of water, smell the forest and breath the pure air. Our lakeside bush seats provide a calm setting to reflect on the things that are most important to you.
THE WALL IN THE WILDERNESS
Artist Greg Duncan is creating a masterpiece of epic proportions: hand-carving the history of the central highlands into massive Huon Pine panels, 3m high and 100m long. An oasis in the bushland, The Wall is unlike anything else in the world.
Bookings are required at least 24 hours in advance. Book here.
Once you have filled two memory cards with photos of the Pumphouse floating over the mist at sunrise, venture off into the wilderness to discover a broad range of flora, fauna, streams and beaches to capture in stills forever. A whole new canvas then emerges after dark, as the sky fills with a billion stars.