Tasmania remains one of the true wild places in the world. Primarily still untouched by the en masse human colonization, it is an unlimited resource for adventure and great memories.
One area setting the tone in this regard is the glacial St. Clair Lake, a so dreamy getaway destination for any true wanderer. If you decide to stay in there, we got the perfect accommodation spot for you and your friends, the remote Pumphouse Point, a special place, and this series of pictures speak volumes in my aid. Adam Gibson is the creator of the set.
The place looks simple, yet cozy, entirely functional and prepared to give you a great time. I think the atmosphere there is great, let’s try and make room in our imagination what is like to just be there, away, with the most special persons of your life, relaxing and simulating the perfect end of the civilization scenario. You can arrive by air, using a helicopter or plane, or more conventional, using vehicles. The house has an incredible interior, but never forget that the exterior is fully surrounded by water. The Pumphouse stays at 250m from land, from which is connected by a pontoon. The rooms are spread over three levels, a very inspiring help-yourself bar and lovely relaxing lounge areas. The images look amazing, they simply recreate what is most important to know about the place: its beauty.
[blockquote author=”” pull=”normal”]Prices start at $200 for a Shorehouse room and $330 for a Pumphouse room.[/blockquote]
You can book it on PumphousePoint.com.au
From what I can see, each floor can be booked separately. On the ground floor, there are four amazing looking rooms, with a unique character and connection to the lake. Another four on the middle level and the last two on the top. Look at the photographs, prepare your speech and present this to your friends and, after that, don’t forget to thank us in your mind.