orinna is your home in the wilderness – an oasis in the heart of the Tarkine. There are plenty of accommodation alternatives at Corinna, including the original Roadman’s cottage with double bed. The old Butcher’s shop, General store, Great Western and Mews are the permanent homes of our staff. Sixteen new wilderness retreats have been built to the original style. All have modern amenities including ensuites. The old pub which has been converted into a guest house (with single and double rooms) is also available for group accommodation.
The new wilderness retreats offer twelve one bedroom cottages with queen beds and six two bedroom cottages. The cottages all back directly onto the Tarkine rainforest with the exception of The Retreat & Royenrine. They have their own verandahs, fully equipped kitchens, rainwater tanks and heating.
A stay in these cottages also provides access to the old produce store which is a communal barbecue area. It has a feeling of living in a remote mining town – with home comforts. Each of the new wilderness retreats is named after a pioneer from the area. Those secrets are unlocked for the guests at Corinna.
Guests staying at Corinna have access to boarded walks with flora and township interpretations, and a suite of other wilderness experiences.
The site is solar powered with backup generators, in keeping with the eco philosophy. All cottages have gas heating, hot water and bathrooms, and we have daily on-site managers to help you out with any of your accommodation needs. While the cabins have a certain rustic external appearance, the experience inside is in contrast. Guests are requested to take rubbish off site and help us achieve our position of being truly carbon neutral and minimizing our footprint on this precious part of the planet.
Some camping sites are available at Corinna, but are limited and booking is advised.