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Restaurant re-opens 1 September 2016

Our restaurant is now closed for the winter but it will re-open on Thursday 1 September 2016.

Flora of the Tarkine – 3 day workshop

1st, 2nd and 3rd November 2016 A Workshop will be conducted at Corinna in the southern end of the Tarkine Wilderness. Accommodation information (see www.corinna.com.au) Corinna Wilderness Retreat is an eco-resort developed on the site of the original gold mining town of the late 1800’s, beside the Pieman River on Tasmania’s west coast. The lodge […]

Pieman River Barge out of service

As of Tuesday 7 June, the Pieman River ‘Fatman’ barge is out of action, so please plan your travel arrangements accordingly!

Corinna named a must-see in Tasmania!

Travel website Experience Oz has selected the Corinna Wildnerness Experience to feature in its ‘Tasmania Bucket List’ – a collection of the top one hundred things to see and do in Tasmania.

Western Explorer Road re-opened

As of 8am, Friday 11 March 2016 the remaining sections of the Western Explorer have been re-opened to traffic.

Travel Alert: Western Explorer Road closed due to fire

Although we have been fortunate enough to remain open and unaffected by the recent bushfires this year, we would like to advise all guests that the Western Explorer Road is temporarily closed to traffic in order for firefighting operations to proceed.

March Newsletter

Find out what’s going on in and around Corinna!

New Corinna Video

The Corinna Wilderness Experience provides an escape from mass tourism, to one of the most remote and beautiful parts of the world, where guests are at home in the wilderness.

Arcadia II History

The Arcadia II was built in 1939 by Charles McKay as a leisure cruiser for George Rometech, the owner of the Arcadia Hotel in Hobart.

The Pieman: The river that saved itself

At the time of all the controversy surrounding the damming of the Gordan River holes were also being drilled to dam the Pieman River. Whilst there was much public outcry and protesting about the Gordan, the Pieman River had very few voices in its corner.

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