Hidden away in the remote and dense rain forest in west Tasmania is the incredible Corinna Eco Park.
This place was once a thriving town in the 1800’s due to the gold being found in the area. With hotels and shops it was a busy, remote oasis. After the closing of the mine, Corinna was left abandon for many years. Eventually the government put out a tender for someone to clean-up the place and turn it into a remote holiday park.
Sitting right on the Pieman River, Corinna is a place that you have to visit if you’re in Tasmania and you should stay here among the forest for a while. If you’ve only got a few hours or the day spare, it’s still worth visiting to make use of the river and world-class bush walks.
If you do stay overnight, chose between one or two bedroom timber cabins, otherwise set up your tent/trailer/caravan down at the campsite by the river, right next to the rest of the park but hidden away.