Sleep In the Middle of a Lake in Tasmania

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If you find yourself in Tasmania, head over to Lake St. Clair and check out the incredible Pumphouse Point, a vintage hydroelectric plant set deep in the lake itself, and transformed into a luxury hotel. Dating from the 1930s, this hydroelectric station sits on Australia’s deepest lake, and has been vacant and shuttered for the last 20 years. Now open as a premiere lodging destination, it is steeped in industrial history and provides an amazing view of the gorgeous Tasmanian countryside. They have a beautiful website, and rates start at $240 Australian bucks a night.

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