THE state's latest eco- accommodation development, Pumphouse Point, is on its way to completion by the end of the year.
The $9 million development situated in the Lake St Clair National Park is the brainchild of developer Simon Currant, who has worked almost 20 years to make this project a reality.
Guests who stay in the boutique accommodation will most likely have the option to be flown via seaplane to the restored Hydro pumphouse.
The accommodation will have 18 rooms ranging from $240 to $480.
"We're very excited to see this project finally launch," Mr Currant said.
"These beautiful buildings have been neglected for so long and now we're bringing them back to life."