Richmond is a scenic town boasting an abundance of heritage listed colonial buildings. Nestled in the heart of the Coal River Valley wine region it is a must see on your visit list.
Richmond Bridge in Tasmania is Australia's oldest bridge. It was built by convicts in 1823.
Image thanks to: Hatchers Richmond
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Image thanks to: Richmond Arms
Wobbly Boot Vineyard is located in southern Tasmania's Coal River Valley on the banks of the idyllic...
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Richmond Gaol is the oldest, still intact, gaol in Australia. It predates the penal colony at Port A...
Richmond Town Hall - Richmond is renowned for it's beautiful heritage buildings
Image thanks to: Richmond Barracks

Richmond Accommodation


Richmond Accommodation

Where to Stay

A wide range of accommodations are available including cottages, bed and breakfast, serviced apartments, vineyard accommodation, caravan parks, and even renovated stables! Image thank to: Wai Nang Poon

Richmond can be an ideal place to stay for those wishing to not stray too far from Hobart, but nonetheless looking to enjoy  the tranquility of country life.

Where to Eat

Delicious food and wine is plentiful right in town, as well as in the surrounding region of Coal River Valley. Whether you are looking for basic pub fare or pastries, or searching out world-class wine, cheese, and chocolate, it is all at your disposal. Nearby vineyards offer magnificent views with cellar doors and restaurants offering tasty Tasmanian produce.  The Richmond Wine Wall encourages visitors to take advantage of all the region has to offer, featuring over 20 cellar door venues and vineyards located throughout the Coal River Valley wine district.

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