The Old Pumphouse is a historical site located in Lake Saint Clair, Australia. The grounds of the Old Pumphouse are now part of the Lake Saint Clair National Park. The building is the centerpiece of the heritage areas and is a prominent feature in the landscape. The Old Pumphouse was originally built in 1863 to provide fresh water to nearby pastoral properties and other amenities. It is one of the oldest structures in the Lake Saint Clair National Park. The two-story brick building still has some of the original machinery and features, including two original waterways, two sluice gates and two wooden wheels. Visitors can explore the area and learn about its history. There are walking tracks, excellent views of the lake, picnic spots, and fishing platforms. There are also several campgrounds and caravan parks in the area. The Old Pumphouse is the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts and history buffs looking for a unique experience.
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