Corinna - A Wilderness Experience (Tarkine)
- Caravan and Camping
- Educational Tourism
- National Park
- Nature based
- Pub Stay
- Soft Adventure
- World Heritage
- Fishing - Fly
- Animal Viewing
- BBQ Facilities
- Breakfast is available
- Office Services/Business Services
- Car park
- Conference/Convention Facilities
- Cots Available
- Games/Recreation Room
- Tour Desk
- Cooking Facilities - FULL
- Tea/Coffee making facilities
Set in the pristine Tarkine temperate rainforest, Corinna provides a range of accommodation options on Tasmania’s west coast. Options include eco retreats that overlook the Tarkine, renovated miners cottages and the new Tarkine Hotel.
Experience the awesome, untouched nature of the Southern Tarkine from Corinna, with majestic rivers, remote rainforest wilderness and the wild Southern Ocean. Fine hospitality, accommodation, food and facilities provide the springboard to access raw nature, unlike anything else in the world. Corinna, a former mining village, is full of rich pioneering and natural history.
Experience numerous walks including the Huon Pine Walk, the Savage River Walk, the Whyte River Walk or climb up Mount Donaldson.
Corinna is also the springboard for one of the iconic treats in Tasmanian tourism, a journey from Corinna to Pieman Heads on the river cruiser, Arcadia II. You can also connect with the Pieman Heads Adventure tour to Granville Harbour. Or hire a kayak for an intimate exploration of your surrounds in your own time. Trips to deserted beaches and the wild west coast can also be experienced from Corinna.
Allow nearly six hours’ to drive from Hobart to Corinna (345 kilometres/215 miles), three hours from Devonport or one-and-a-half hours from Strahan.
Please note that at present (10 September 2013) the Western Explororer Road (C249) is closed south of Donaldson River and may be for several months. This means that travelling to Corinna from the north cannot be done on this road from Smithton, Marrawah and Arthur River. To access Corinna from the north travel via Waratah and Savage River on the B23.