The Remote Settlement Of Corinna

May 19, 2015


Corinna is an historic mining town, 60 Km north of Strahan in Western Tasmania. It is a remote settlement on the banks of a primitive river that allows you to unlock the secrets of Tasmania’s wild west coast and explore the heart of the tarkine rainforest.
It sits at the southern end of the Tarkine – the largest temperate rainforest in Australia- and offers a unique experience all year round. It is also a a photographers paradise with moody fog along the Pieman River  to the friendly wallabies that lounge around the grounds.
There are a range of walking tracks from 20 min up to the more challenging walk to Mount Donaldson.
Kayaks are also available for hire to paddle the Pieman and its tributaries. As a night time experience you can spot quolls roaming in the dusk or Tasmanian devils playing with shoes that have been left on verandahs.

1 comment

  1. Comment by Hannah

    Hannah Reply May 22, 2015 at 5:16 am

    This looks so ruggedly beautiful! Will definitely be having a look at this cute wee settlement next time I'm in this part of Tassie

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