My husband and I were on a shore excursion with Celebrity Cruise line. It took us to this charming and quaint little town called Richmond. Lovely shops down a quiet little street. We recently became v...
A small and warm shop. Nice staff. Didn’t have much expectation so just bought a couple of bath bombs and candles. Then try the candle when we headed to Bicheno. The smell is stunningly great! Hope we...
When I entered this shop the owner was explaining the process of making soap to a group of ladies and answering their questions. She was very happy to show and explain her product range including the ...
A 30-minute drive from Hobart city centre will take you to this historic town of Richmond. Time seems to be still here. There are more than 50 19th-century buildings in Richmond, but there are only over 800 residents, and lovers walk in the town, surrounded by a quiet and peaceful. Follow the footsteps of Luo Zhixiang and Yang Yulin, feed the wild ducks on the oldest stone bridge in Australia, and lie on the grass on the river.
Easily find the oldest surviving Catholic church in Australia, St. Johns' Church, along the path. This church, built in 1836, has been quietly guarded after hundreds of years of baptism. The town of Chimon is sacred and beautiful.
If you want to live in a fairytale town, maybe Montgomery is the best choice. Rimond is an old town in Tasmania. There is one of the oldest surviving Catholic churches in Australia, and there are more than fifty ancient buildings built in the 19th century. However, the most charming is the town. Folk houses and streetscapes, exquisite gardens, ancient stone bridges, aromas of bakeries and coffee shops, exquisite flea shops, charming rural scenery around the town, friendly and welcoming town residents, everything is like The scene in the fairy tale.
Located in the north of Hobart, Richmond is one of Tasmania's historic small towns. The town has preserved many centuries-old buildings and existing Australian old churches and stone bridges. The Richmond Bridge is the pride of the town. It was built by prisoners in 1832 and is a very old bridge still in use today.