The tiny settlement at Corinna on the lower Pieman River is the base for river cruises and the crossing point of a vehicle punt giving access to the Western Explorer highway between Arthur River in the far northwest and the west coast. Reach Corinna on gravel roads 50 km from Zeehan in the west, or via Waratah and Savage River from the north.
In Corinna there is a range of kayaking, walking, boating, fishing, bird watching and nature experiences available to guests.
Corinna was occupied by white settlers in 1881 and proclaimed a town in 1894, following a lot of people coming to the area in pursuit of gold. The township of Corinna is singularly placed in Tasmania's history as a unique example of a remote mining town that has survived.
Destinations within West Coast
|Cradle Mountain National Park|
|Cradle Mountain||Derwent Bridge||Lake St Clair|
|Other West Coast Destinations|
|Derwent Valley & Central Highlands||Hamilton||Mount Field National Park|