Pumphouse Point

TERROIR have designed the refurbishment of the former Hydro Electric Commission's Substation and Pumphouse and private eco cabins throughout nearby native bushland. The site is within the Lake St Clair National Park and World Heritage Site and will adhere to the most stringent of development controls to ensure the pristine landscape is untouched.

The iconic image of the Pumphouse sitting at the end of a 230 metre flume, and which will provide an unparalleled visitor experience on the lake, with the backdrop of rugged snow-capped mountain ranges will become a future symbol of remote wilderness tourism.

TERROIR were commissioned for the project due to their successful outcome with the project's developer on previous projects (Simon Currant of Peppermint Bay) and outstanding credentials in experience-led architecture for major tourism developments.