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Attractions in Richmond

This beautiful village, provides a glimpse of what life might have been like in Tasmania’s colonial era. Simply stroll the winding streets to view the tangible history, visit the many icons that Richmond has to offer.

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    Attractions in Richmond

    Congregational Church (1873)

    The first Congregational Church was built in 1844 in Torrens Street
    and was demolished in 1876 after it was damaged in a storm.
    The church in Bridge Street was built in 1873.

    Coal Valley Links

    Play a round of golf at Coal Valley Links

    Grannie Rhodes Cottage

    Ph: 0407 473 015
    23a Franklin St, Richmond

    “A Quick Peep at the Past” in Grannie Rhodes’ Cottage 1830. Phone to visit to suit your time. M 0407473015. The book of the incredible story or DVD of the award winning show available on site.

    Oak Lodge

    Ph: (03) 6260 2761
    18 Bridge St

    A National Trust property. Step back in time and find information on the history of Richmond and its residents. Open daily 11:30
    $4.00 per adult and $1.00 per child.

    Old Hobart Town Model Village

    (03) 6260 2502
    23 Bridge St, Richmond

    Step back in time at Richmond’s Famous and Tasmanians Original Outdoor Model Village, relive Hobart’s Fascinating History – Great Family Fun

    Richmond Bridge

    The oldest and the 2nd most photographed bridge in Australia,
    constructed in 1823.

    Richmond Gaol Historic Site

    (03) 6260 2127
    37 Bathurst St, Richmond

    Australia’s best preserved and oldest existing gaol. Extensive relic display.

    Richmond Historic Tours

    (03) 6260 2622
    73 Prossers Road, Richmond

    Travel back to yesteryear in a Historic 1 hour Horse Drawn Carriage Tour and experience the Tasmanian village of Richmond.

    Richmond Maze

    (03) 6260 2451

    13 Bridge Street,
    Two wooden mazes.
    Two different challenges.
    [email protected]

    Richmond Village Market

    Town Hall, Bridge Street,

    The Richmond Farmers and Makers Market which is held in and around the Town Hall
    on Bridge Street Richmond. Stalls trade from 9.00am – 3.00pm every Saturday.

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    Tasmania’s History House

    15 Wellington Street.

    (03) 6260 2957
    or 0418 181 843
    Tasmania’s History House is one of Richmond’s oldest colonial houses and is open to visitors or for private events
    [email protected]

    St John’s
    Catholic Church

    The oldest Catholic Church in Australia.
    commenced in 1836

    St Luke’s
    Anglican Church

    Anglican church, designed by John Lee-Archer.
    commenced in 1834

    Zoo Doo Wildlife Park

    Ph: (03) 6260 2444
    Middle Tea Tree Road, Richmond

    Large collection of native, agricultural and exotic animals, including tigers, lions and international wildlife. Open daily.