The tiny nineteenth-century township of Corinna is a unique wonderland from which to explore mountain, river, forest and sea, including the Tarkine and the marvellous nearby mining town of Waratah.
The tiny nineteenth-century township of Corinna is now a fully self-sustainable green-energy eco-resort.
The 447,000 hectare Tarkine Wilderness Area is Australia's largest tract of unprotected temperate rainforest and it contains vast forests of myrtle, leatherwood
If mining history is your passion, you’ll love the tin mining town of Waratah. Engage in the history of this incredible area by seeing the fully restored Kenworthy Stamper mill.