Spring Special Stay three nights for the price of two! Love is in the air, so kick off Spring at Corinna with the Lover’s Corner waterfall circuit! Paddle down the majestic Pieman river on your very own kayak to take pictures of the fantastic scenery. Navigate the sunny and calm waters to the extraordinary waterfalls […]
“Escape to the Wilderness” Package Need to escape from the day to day life for a soul feeding wilderness experience? Then Corinna Wilderness is your answer. Situated at the Southern Gateway to the Tarkine Wilderness lays the historical township of Corinna which has been transformed into a unique eco tourism based business. With the surrounding […]
SPOTLIGHT – Mt Donaldson walk ccessible by road approximately 9km from Corinna. The Mt Donaldson Track offers some of the most spectacular views of the Tarkine. On a clear day you can see the waves breaking at the mouth of the Pieman River as well as an amazing panoramic view. These amazing views are owed […]
SPOTLIGHT – The Huon Pine Walk his short walk is a chance to see these majestic and ancient Huon pines drooping into the waters of the Pieman River. These magnificent trees were highly prized by piners who floated the logs down the river for transportation by boat. Some logs were swept out to sea and […]
As of Sunday 3 July, the Pieman River ‘Fatman’ barge will be back in action
Our restaurant is now closed for the winter but it will re-open on Thursday 1 September 2016.
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 […]
As of Tuesday 7 June, the Pieman River ‘Fatman’ barge is out of action, so please plan your travel arrangements accordingly!
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.