Corinda, a magnificent private house was built in the late 1870s by owner manager Julian’s great great grandfather, Alfred Crisp, a well-to-do timber merchant who eventually became Lord Mayor of Hobart. For Julian, the opportunity to bring Corinda back into the family a few years ago was one he couldn’t pass up. Guests can stay in sumptuous heritage rooms featuring exquisite joinery crafted from fine Tasmanian timbers, such as huon pine and blackwood, as well as luxurious textiles and one of a kind antiques.
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The property has been described as a ‘Tasmanian Eden’ and is famous for its lush landscaping, with many mature trees and shrubs as well as European-style parterre areas. The garden has always been maintained in the style in which Alfred Crisp created it and provides a verdant outdoor setting for weddings and other events. Group walking tours of the garden can be booked on request.
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