Corinna Wilderness 

Deep in the forests north of Zeehan, where travellers on the so-called ‘road to nowhere’ must board a barge to cross the Pieman River, these solar-powered wilderness cottages offer the most isolated night’s sleep you’ll probably ever have. Encircled by massive wilderness forests, this is one of the least visited corners of Tasmania, far from mobiles and TVs. Rustic on the outside, but top quality within, you’ll be replenished with a hot shower, fluffy towels, cool clear rainwater and a cosy wood-fired heater. When you wake to a world of emerald green fern glades, misty river reflections and pure rainforest air, you won’t need a newspaper to start the day.

Contact information

Pieman River, Corinna; (03) 6446 1170

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