Like the town of Ross, Richmond also gives a feeling of a fairy tale town, a long history, unique natural and human landscape, especially the Richmond Stone Bridge, which is the oldest and still in use stone throughout Australia. Bridge, earlier than the Ross Bridge. The
Richmond Stone Bridge was built in 1823 and was said to have been built by prisoners in the hands of sandbags. It was included in the Australian National Heritage List in 2005. Today, the Richmond Stone Bridge is more like a theme park with natural scenery and human landscape. The bridge can be opened to traffic, and the bridge can pass through the bridge. The whole town spreads around the stone bridge.
The church in the distance is St. John's Church, built in 1836 and is Australia's oldest Catholic church.
There is a historical block on the side of the Richmond Stone Bridge. The buildings have a certain age, some have become relics, some have been transformed into cafes and shops, there is no taste, there are not many tourists, enjoy sitting and basking The sun, drinking coffee, and thinking about the style of life, I feel that I accidentally took myself into the ditch.