A digital drawing. We have travelled to Tasmania several times and always enjoyed our time there. In 2018 we stayed at Lake St Clair in a little cabin right on the lake. We walked many a track and felt at one with nature. On the other side of the lake is the amazing “Pumphouse”, an old hydro electricity facility. The building which was to house the water turbines, was started in 1940, the date above the door is 1946. In 2004 a gentlemen called Simon Currant secured the lease for the building and by 2015 the building became a most modern and beautiful hotel, offering just 18 rooms, both in the original building and on land with views of the pier and the Pumphouse. I certainly hope one day we will be visit the area again, this time staying at the Pumphouse itself. This drawing is based on a photo we took during our 2018 visit. [The name and white border will appear as part of the final print, however the website watermark will not appear.]
Original photo taken in Lake St Clair, Tasmania, Australia, artwork drawn at our base in Williamstown.
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