Gorgeous to see such an old piece of engineering (1823) to still be in use today. Beautiful sandstone, river below and ducks to feed.
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Lovely old bridge and great for photographs. If you go to the otherside of the bridge and move up the hill where the benches are, you can take a photo of the bridge with the church steeple in the background. The afternoon sun lights up...More
On a trip to Port Arthur we decided to detour to the historical town of Richmond to see the Richmond Bridge. As it was early morning it was a photographer's dream. This is a heritage listed bridge which was built by convicts. It is also ...More
I honestly felt like I had stepped back in time and left Australia. It was so beautiful. I would have loved to learn more about the history of the bridge and town but there is always next time. So clean and such cute cafes around.
Lovely architecture how lucky they are small quaint town beautiful spot for picnic lunch and a chance to see the tassie turbo chook
This excellent example of convict labour has been well maintained and carries traffic as well as being a valuable tourist feature. Bridge and surrounds very well presented for driving over and walking both over and under.
Of course, we all come to Richmond for the bridge. Built in 1823, the sandstone arch bridge is situated in a beautiful setting spanning across coal river. Best time to view is from 3pm onwards in autumn when the wanning sun casts it's golden light...More
As the oldest convict built bridge in Australia, The Richmond Bridge is certainly worth a visit as part of a full day visit to Richmond. Richmond is full of thing to do and see both old world and new - also not to be missed...More
Well worth looking at this Australian heritage ! The walk from the Bridge to the local pub is great but watch out for the lollie shops as they are soon good I lost a few bucks there as my kids were Daddy Daddy......I gave in...More
Especially travelled to Richmond to look at the bridge and well worth the stop. If the weather was a bit warmer, the surrounding area makes a good picnic ground. Very friendly ducks