Richmond Heritage Highlights Self Guided Walk

Landmarks and Buildings

Richmond is approximately 62 kilometres northwest of the Sydney central business district and is one of the Hawkesbury’s five towns that Governor Lachlan Macquarie established in 1810. The town can be easily accessed by car or train and easily explored on foot.

The historic charm of Richmond can be fully explored on a self-guided heritage walk of the town. In 1811 the township, streets and market square were surveyed by James Meehan.

You can pick up your free Heritage Highlights booklet from either the Hawkesbury Regional Museum in Baker Street, Windsor or from the Hawkesbury Visitor Information Centre on Hawkesbury Valley Way, Richmond. Phone for a copy of the Heritage Walks to be posted to you!

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