1 Lake St Clair Road
LAKE ST CLAIR TAS 7140
P: 0428 090 436
E: [email protected]

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GETTING HERE


WHERE IS PUMPHOUSE POINT?

Click here for your VIRTUAL JOURNEY into Tasmania’s central highlands.


ALL ROADS LEAD TO PUMPHOUSE

If you’re taking the scenic drive, these maps will assist:

Driving from Hobart  –  2hrs 30mins
Driving from Coles Bay  –  4hrs 10mins
Driving from Launceston  –  2hrs 30mins
Driving from Devonport  –  2hrs 30mins
Driving from Burnie  –  3hrs
Driving from Stanley  –  4hrs
Driving from Strahan  –  1hr 40mins


ARRIVING BY SEAPLANE

Experience the rare opportunity to see our remarkable island from the air & the exhilarating landing directly onto the stunning waters of Lake St Clair.

$650pp (each  way, for 4 passengers ) $1295pp (each way, for 2 passengers )

To experience this amazing arrival contact Above & Beyond.

Telephone: 1300 338 303    Email: [email protected]


ARRIVING BY AIR

We have partnered with Par-Avion Wilderness Tours to provide helicopter and light plane transfers from Hobart to the highlands in less than an hour. Flying over the Derwent Valley to Pumphouse Point is an exhilarating experience that should be on everybody’s bucket list.

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YOUR OWN DRIVER

Let somebody else drive so you can concentrate on the scenery. Our partners at Corporate Cars Tasmania offer private transfers from Hobart. Contact them directly for bookings.

If you’re coming from Launceston Prestige Leisure Tours offer VIP Transfers. Contact them directly for bookings.


THE ONWARD JOURNEY

If your Tasmanian holiday includes other destinations, you may need some wheels. Talk to Drive Car Hire about car rentals, or select from a range of companies on the Discover Tasmania website.


ITINERARY SUGGESTIONS

So, you’re not from around here? We have some suggestions to help plan your Tasmanian holiday.

Journey from Hobart
Journey from Launceston
Journey from Devonport
Journey from Strahan


THE BUSH BOWSER

Derwent Bridge is home to a service station called The Hungry Wombat. So as you depart from Pumphouse Point, make sure you fill up the vehicle before embarking on the next leg of your journey.