Corinna Wilderness Village

1 Corinna Rd, Corinna

This remote settlement was once a village for local miners. The Corinna Wilderness Village is a collection of off-grid huts on the Southern edge of the Tarkine Forest, the largest temperate forest in Australia.

Each cottage is self-contained, including a kitchenette, ensuite and gas heating; you might be in the middle of nowhere, but you will be comfortable. You even can choose to stay in the original 1893 ‘Old Pub.’

Jump on board the heritage-listed Arcadia II and cruise down the Pieman River. Or enjoy the Huon Pine Walk – one of Tasmania’s 60 greatest short walks.