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Queen Eco Retreat – One Bedroom from $230 All Year
One bedroom with Queen Bed. Two Persons – Maximum
Family/Mezzanine Eco Retreat – Two Bedroom from $290 All Year Two bedroom with Queen + 2 Single Beds. Four Persons – Maximum

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The Old Pub

The Old Pub has 1 queen room, 2 twin rooms and 2 single rooms, bathroom, kitchen and lounge area. Linen supplied. 100 year old guest house full of charm and history, a popular retreat for groups and families.he old pub is for sole use only not individual accommodation. The Tannin restaurant is open for lunch and dinner (September to May). Booking is essential.Meal packs offered through the Winter season. Please also advise of any special dietary requirements in advance of your stay.

Family Eco Retreat

Two Bedroom Family Eco Retreat. Balcony overlooking the Tarkine rain forest, one queen bed, two single beds, linen supplied, bathroom, lounge area, fully self contained kitchen (no oven) and communal BBQ area.
Family Eco Retreat: Mezzanine

Raised loft bedrooms with one king size bed and two singles. Fully self contained kitchen, open plan living area, bathroom, linen supplied, communal BBQ area.Mezzanine Loft Family Eco Retreat. Balcony overlooking the Tarkine rainforest.

Queen / King Eco Retreat

Twin room with 2 king single beds. Wheel chair access throughout .

Tannin Restaurant

open for lunch and dinner (September to May). Booking is essential.Meal packs offered through Winter season. Please also advise of any special dietary requirements in advance of your stay.

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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.

Corinna is an historic mining town, set in pristine rainforest on the banks of the majestic Pieman River in western Tasmania. Corinna is, as the sea eagle flies, 60km north of Strahan, 70km west of Cradle Mountain and 18km from the Southern Ocean. It sits at the southern end of the Tarkine the largest temperate rainforest in Australia – and is the northern most 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 super continent Gondwanaland.

The staff at Corinna provide a warm welcome and plenty of guidance towards a range of unique wilderness experiences, including cruises on the Pieman River in the legendary Huon pine vessel, MV Arcadia II. Corinna provides an unforgettable wild edge experience that is difficult to find in Tasmania and elsewhere in the world. A range of kayaking, walking, boating, fishing, bird watching and nature experiences are available to guests staying in the ensuited, eco- friendly retreats. The hospitality and quality of the food and beverages in the Tarkine Hotel and Tannin Restaurant add another dimension to a Corinna visit. Opportunities also abound to explore and recall the exploits of the early miners and the aboriginal communities who made the west coast home as many as 30,000 years ago.

Corinna was inhabited by white settlers in 1881 and proclaimed a town in 1894, following a flood of people coming to the area in pursuit of gold. The township of Corinna (in the Pieman River State Reserve) is singularly placed in Tasmania’s history as a unique example of a remote mining town that has survived. Before that, the Tarkiner people made Corinna and the nearby Tarkine areas their home for 30,000 years.

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The Arcadia II departs Corinna at 10am cruising downstream on the Pieman River towards Pieman Head. Arriving at Pieman Head at 11.30am and departing at 1.00pm for return to Corinna at 2.30pm. Operates 7 days a week Peak season (pending booking numbers) (December to March/April).
Operates when minimum numbers are met through low season.
A commentary on the history and some of the unique features of the area are given on the way down by our very knowledgeable skippers and you are looked after by our friendly crew. Morning Tea/Coffee is complimentary for the duration of the journey.
A light lunch is supplied when you disembark at the wharf at Pieman Heads.
Costs: $95.00 per person / $85.00 per senior’s card holder / $55.00 per child


The Sweetwater cruise departs at 3pm. Sweetwater takes a maximum of 8 passengers on a 1 hour smooth water cruise viewing some of the glorious features of the Pieman River and having these features explained by one of our knowledgeable skippers.
You will be taken to the Savage River to view the shipwreck of the S.S. Croydon, and then onto Lovers Falls which is only accessible by small boat or kayak. This is one of the true gems of the area. After leaving Lovers Falls it’s back to Corinna.
Costs $35.00 per adult / $20.00 per child