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All reviews feed the ducks oldest stone historical town take photos lovely town convict built lolly shop catholic church antique shops coal river bread lots of history beautiful spot piece of history worth a visit short drive port arthur
Did this little road trip to fill in time on our last day as our flight was delayed. So glad we did. To just sit and take it all in, to breath some fresh country air and to think how old and how strong this...More
Take some time on your travels and pop over to Richmond to view the bridge! Parking is free and there is plenty of it, as well as lovely grass slopes for a picnic should you desire!! Make sure to take a camera, it is worth...More
If you are in the Hobart area and have half a day to spare then go to this quaint colonial town which is about 19 kms away. Top tip :- take the Tassilink bus from the Town Hall for as little as $15 / $19...More
We travelled to Richmond to see the bridge and the goal chiefly. There were no problems parking and you don’t have to pay for parking. No time limits either.
There are “hot spots” in the village for Wi-fi too.
We walked down to the bridge...More
Do it just for the photo. It's probably Australia's 2nd most photographed bridge. It is a testament to engineering and good old fashioned elbow grease. Check out all the other lovely sights while you're there - a very picturesque town
Within an easy walk of the main shopping street in Richmond is this large stone bridge. There is an interesting history surrounding it’s building which can be found online. There are a number of places to take a good photo and there is a path...More
Seeing the bridge (oldest bridge in australia that is still in use) was really neat. It’s not often you see something that old in australia. You can walk along the river below, sit in the sun for a picnic, go to the tea shops, antique...More
Very nice ild town with lots of historic buildings. Jist 20 mins away from Hobart. Lots of parking and eating area. Don’t forget to visit the oodest catholic chirch in Australia, St John’s Church, a few steps away from the bridge.
Richmond is small and very quirky. Parking is not a problem as you can park anywhere in the main street or side streets and you are still right in the thick of the fun. The bridge is just out of town and an easy walk. If... More
Richmond is small and very quirky. Parking is not a problem as you can park anywhere in the main street or side streets and you are still right in the thick of the fun. The bridge is just out of town and an easy walk. If you want to be blown away, visit the Xmas Shop in the main street. Even the most grinchy Grinch will not be able to refrain. Enjoy a sweet part of Tassie.