Discover Tassie’s crown jewels, Tarkine wilderness

Nov 11, 2022

There are few places left that can be truly described as wild and untouched, but the remote Tarkine is one of these places – and you can discover it on our 4-day pack-free guided walk.

This vast 447,000-hectare wilderness area is renowned for its remote waterfalls, stunning myrtle rainforests, pristine rivers, dramatic mountain tops and wild coastline.

The Tarkine’s size, naturalness and habitat diversity make it an outstanding refuge for native mammals such as the Tasmanian Devil as well as more than 130 different species of birds.


It is home to more than 60 rare, threatened and endangered species and is Australia’s largest tract of temperate rainforest.

You’ll will enjoy two nights at the remote Corinna Wilderness Retreat set on the banks of the pristine Pieman River and surrounded by the Tarkine Rainforest.

Corinna was once a historical gold mining settlement in the 1800s and as such this remote Resort still has some of the historical buildings of this era.

These cottages exterior have been designed with original materials to give the look of a shanty town. Whilst the interiors of each cottage are modern and warm with cosy fires, ensuites and individual verandahs where you can sit back and soak up the scenery and atmosphere.


During your stay at Corinna you will start day two with a spectacular private cruise down the pristine Pieman River.

Glide over the mirror-like water, taking in breathtaking views of both rainforest and river. You disembark once you reach the coast, where you’ll explore the spectacular and remote Tarkine Coast by foot before returning.


And – of course – after a day on the trail superb meals and wines await!

Check out the Spot Special savings of $150 per person & Super Earlybird Special savings of $300 per person on specific departures.

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