Corinna Wilderness Village


Check In: 14.00|Check Out: 10.00
Hours: 9am - 9pm bookings can be made online

We invite you to a totally different tourism experience. In this accessible yet remote historical mining town on the West Coast of Tasmania, you will be able to unlock the stories of the pioneers in a setting that has been unchanged for millions of years. The sheer beauty and global significance of this temperate rainforest make a Corinna experience compelling. We strive to provide access to this asset in a way that is sustainable, in our eco-friendly wilderness retreat.

Corinna is your home in the wilderness – an oasis in the heart of the Tarkine. There are plenty of accommodation alternatives at Corinna, including one original miner’s cottages (one and two-bedroom options), an old guest house (with single and double rooms and shared kitchen and bathroom facilities), and fourteen new cottages built to the original style, but with modern amenities including ensuites. The new accommodation offers ten one-bedroom cottages with Queen beds and four two-bedroom cottages. The cottages all back directly onto the Tarkine rainforest. 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, with its communal barbecue, and the feeling of living in a remote mining town – with home comforts.


  • Communal Facilities
  • No Pets
  • Non-Smoking Indoors
  • Lounge
  • Cooking Facilities
  • Disabled Access
  • Tea/Coffee
  • Fridge
  • Off Street Parking
  • Linen Provided
  • Barbeque
  • Restaurant Licenced
  • Cafe/ Coffee Shop
  • Meals Available
  • Highchair Available
  • Heating
  • Toilet

Map & Directions

1 Corinna Road, Corinna TAS 7321, Australia


Corinna is a historic mining town, set in pristine rainforest on the banks of the majestic Pieman River in western Tasmania. Corinna is, as the wedge-tailed eagle flies, 60km north of Strahan, 70km west of Cradle Mountain and 15km from the wild West Coast. It sits at the southern end of the Tarkine the largest temperate rainforest in Australia – and is the northernmost point where the famous Huon pine grows. This ancient unbroken tract of rainforest shows a world beyond human memory and is a living link with the ancient supercontinent Gondwanaland.

Coming from the North – (a) Burnie – Route 1 - Murchison Hwy (B18) approx. 55km, then take the B23 through Waratah on to Savage River 43km, road surface changes to all-weather, all vehicle silica gravel road continue another 26km to the northern side of the Pieman where Corinna is located, total approx. driving time 2hr.
Route 2 – continue along (B18) through Tullah, along the (A10) through Rosebery on to Zeehan, continue on to the C249 to the Corinna turn off 36km from Zeehan, then travel 12km of silica gravel road to the southern side of the Pieman River where the river is crossed “Fatman” barge ( fees apply), total driving time 2hr 30min.
Route 3 – Continue along (B18), turn on to Reece Dam Rd (C252), just North of Tullah, 56km to Corinna turn off, 12km silica gravel road to reach the southern side of the Pieman River
(b) Burnie along the north coast (A2) through Stanley (B21), Smithton, Marawah (A2), Arthur River (C214) down the Western Explorer (C249) silica gravel road 123km down to Corinna, total driving time 3hr 30min

Coming from the South – (a) Queenstown on to the B24 to Strahan, 37km of very windy road, on to the B27 to Zeehan 46km, on to the C249 to the Corinna turnoff 36km, 12km silica gravel road, total driving time 1hr 30min
Coming from Cradle Mountain. – Travel C132 turn left on to Murchison Hwy (A10), then as per Route 2 or turn right -Route1

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