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The opening of the groundbreaking Museum of Old and New Art, in 2011, was a tipping point of

sorts for Tasmania. Suddenly, the rest of the world was paying attention to this tiny pocket of the world and even exploring beyond Hobart. One of the latest additions to the island is Pumphouse Point. Set on Lake St. Clair, a two-and-half-hour drive (or 45-minute flight) from the state capital, it takes remote to the next level. There are just 18 rooms in two buildings, formerly part of a hydroelectric plant. Read more:
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