More info on the Tarkine venues and location
Corinna is your home in the wilderness – an oasis in the heart of the Tarkine. The old pub has double and twin shared rooms, lounge, kitchen, heating, dining room, bathroom and backs on to the rainforest.
Staying at Corinna we have access to boarded walks with flora and township interpretations, walks into the forest and along the river, canoeing, spaces in the wilderness and a range of other nourishing wild experiences.
The site is solar powered with backup generators, in keeping with their eco philosophy. It sits on the banks of the Pieman River, a waterway famous for its incredibly clear reflections.
Your own cabin or cottage can be hired for an extra cost. Note that these book out quickly.
The western coast of the Tarkine will blow away the cobwebs and refresh the soul! We camp at one of the campsites at Arthur River near the beaches that allow access to the rugged and wild coastline that offers spectacular scenery, the great southern ocean and birdlife. You need to bring your own camping gear.
Your own cabin can be hired for an extra cost in the nearby Arthur River Caravan Park. Note that these book out quickly.
To Corinna: The road to Corinna from the north and south is sealed except for a few kilometres either way as the road runs towards the township. The unsealed road is an all weather surface which has become known as the “silica road”.
There is a good dirt road between Corinna and Arthur River on the west coast suitable for 2WD vehicles. You will need to make sure that your car has enough fuel to do the 3 hour trip between the two locations we stay in. Lifts will be organised for those without transport.
In The Tarkine:
What is available at Corinna?
Fuel is not sold at Corinna. Please note that the last available fuel is at Waratah (1hr) to the north; Zeehan (1hr) to the south; and Marrawah (near Julius River) which is 2 hrs to the west.
There is no phone range right in Corinna. Messages can be left at the Corinna reception which will be passed on to you or Phoenix will be able to check her phone at a certain spot away from Corinna each day and can send and bring in messages.
There is a small kiosk selling only limited basics. Please bring snacks or any medication with you that you will require during your stay.
What is available on the West Coast/Arthur River:
Places to camp sheltered from the wild weather of the west coast and toilets. Plenty of parking. There is a general store at Arthur River but please bring everything you need with you as we never know what is or is not available there.
Phone range can vary. Again please give any dependants Phoenix’s number 0407 650026 to send messages to you.
This is a wonderful and amazing adventure, we hope you join us!