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“It's a bridge”
Review of Richmond Bridge

Richmond Bridge
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Reviewed October 24, 2013

Yes it's impressive given its heritage, it makes a nice picture, it's free and it's right there in Richmond. Not much else to say about it. Don't plan your trip around it, but don't miss it if your'e in the area

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Reviewed October 20, 2013

Heritage listed, convict built bridge completed in 1825. The bridge crosses the Coal River. Great place to relax, stop a while and just take in the view of the bridge and its well maintained banks and resident ducks.

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Reviewed September 28, 2013

The bridge and surrounds are lovely. You can feed the ducks while enjoying the tranquility of the creek and gardens. You can take lots of pics from all different angles and still get some great shots.

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Reviewed September 16, 2013

Last day of our Tassie holiday and we pulled off the highway on our way to the airport for fuel for the hire car. Had a few hours to spare so asked the garage attendant for some suggestions. Drive the 10 minutes to Richmond he said, and we were so glad we did. Quaint Historic little town with so much to see. We were immediately transported back in time....the buildings, the footpaths, the shops all had such charm and character. Sat in the beautiful park near the jail house, visited the lolly shop for some treats, checked out some gift stores and eyed off the churches, as we walked the main street. We drove over the bridge and up around the church. The say the bridge is frequented by ghosts, which gave a romantic twist to the experience; it certainly is a picturesque spot to take in, with or without the said ghosts! Pity we couldn't stay longer, as we would have enjoyed a stop over in one of the many guest houses on offer in this pretty little town.

Thank EllyJay
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Reviewed August 31, 2013

Lovely peaceful spot. The grocery store nearby sells stale bread if you have duck tendencies. Nice spot to take an impromptu picnic, sit at a bench and watch the river flow slowly by.

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