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Corinna is a small town on the west coast of Tasmania, north-west of Zeehan. It began life as a gold mining town; the largest nugget of gold found in Tasmania weighed 243 oz. and was discovered near the town in 1883.

Today, Corinna's main attraction is the surrounding environment. The Arthur Pieman Protected Area extends northward to Arthur River, and the Pieman River State Reserve (above) follows the river southward. Water skiing and fishing are two aquatic activities, or visitors can choose to relax on a Pieman River cruise. Try to resurrect the gold rush days by panning for gold along the river's edge!

Corinna has limited accommodation facilities.

Regional cities/towns
Arthur River | Corinna | Franklin River | Gordon River | Queenstown
Rosebery | Strahan | Tullah | Zeehan

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