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All reviews feed the ducks oldest stone historical town take photos lovely town convict built coal river catholic church antique shops lolly shop bread beautiful spot piece of history lots of history worth a visit picnic lunch port arthur
You visit Richmond for the bridge. Easily accessible from Hobart. The bridge is an excellent example of engineering of the day then the stroll in and around the town is a wonderful way to spend the day.
We had a family reunion with folks travelling a long way to get here. It has picnic tables, soft grass and lots of ducks and wildlife. Pro tip don't lay down on grass, lots of duck poo. Great vista for photos and video.
Had a couple of hours to kill before our flight home so we took a drive to Richmond we were not disappointed. Lovely historic town, well maintained and a great convict museum. Hero of the town is their ice creamery. Amazing array of flavours and...More
Very lovely old convict built bridge set amidst lush green lawns with its own family of resident ducks . You cannot take a bad picture of this bridge, there is also some nice walks around about the bridge and a lovely old church nearby .
This almost 200-year old bridge is substantial and elegant with much nearby birdlife. If you throw in a pleasant village with a good cafe or two and the Richmond Gaol, plus nearby wineries, you have a nice day-trip out of Hobart.
Richmond bridge is a beautiful historical bridge built in the centre of town. It’s a lovely peaceful place great to relax or go for a nice walk. We spent ages there looking at the wildlife and reading about the history. Well worth a visit.
Richmond Bridge is one of Tasmania's historical convict built bridges. Its located in the village of Richmond which is just 25kms north of Hobart. The village is lovely to stroll around & a great place to stop for lunch on the way back from Port...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... 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.