Tourism Tasmania’s website provides a complete overview of tourism in Tasmania.
Tasmania Parks and Wildlife
An outstanding guide to Tasmania’s national parks, World Heritage Areas, wildlife, beautiful landforms, natural and cultural history.
Forestry Tasmania provides information on some of the areas north of Corinna in the Tarkine which are under their stewardship.
Cradle Coast Authority
A rich diversity of attractions and experiences are found on the Cradle Coast, a place for all seasons.
A contemporary retreat offering stunning, environmentally designed eco and nature cabins, discreetly sited amongst the natural foreshore vegetation of West Inlet, near Stanley.
Tarkine National Coalition
The Tarkine National Coalition is a volunteer group of locals working to encourage tourists and locals to visit the Tarkine.
Spirit of Tasmania
A wonderful way to arrive in Tasmania with your own car is on the Spirit of Tasmania from Melbourne.
WWF Australia, formerly known as World Wildlife Fund, is the world’s leading environmental charity. Working with scientific experts. WWF recently sponsored a watershed report on the Tarkine Experience.
Budget Car Rental
Budget offers well priced and reliable cars for the Corinna journey.
Red Spot Car Rental
Red Spot offers well priced and reliable cars for the Corinna journey.
North West Tasmania
Providers of attractions, tour, cruises and places to visit have banded together to promote the hidden treasures of Tasmania’s north west.
There are a number of operators who bring guests to Corinna.
One of the tourism operators at Stanley Beachside Retreat organises trips over Tasmania’s north west.
Frequent air services to Launceston are offered by Jetstar and Virgin Blue. The trip from Launceston to Corinna takes only three hours (what some have called “accessible remoteness”).
http://www.rex.com.au – Flights are available into Wynyard on Rex airlines.
All state motoring organisations provide good travel information and services.