PUMPHOUSE POINT

The story of Pumphouse Point begins twenty thousand years ago when the earth is frozen over. A rumbling glacier grinds down an alpine landscape, forging a steep ravine in its wake. Filling with melted snow and freezing rain, the deepest lake in Australia is born. Many of the spectacular glacial features of the region are visible from Pumphouse Point.

As a provider of life in a harsh wilderness environment, the lake becomes a primordial oasis for flora, fauna, and land’s first people. Known as the Big River Tribe, the original inhabitants call the lake Leeawuleena, meaning “Sleeping Water”.

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