Travel Blogs from Richmond, Australia

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Part of the Dinosaur Triangle and fossil centre, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Part of the Dinosaur Triangle and fossil centre

A travel blog entry by rossandsue

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... and visited the Kronosaurus Korner to find out about the free camp in town. Then off to the Fred Tritton Lake at the entrance to Richmond for our lunch. After lunch we set up the vans at the Richmond RV free camp in town and unhooked the vehicles to visit ...

Undarra Lave Tubes RoadTrip, Undarra, Australia travel blog

Undarra Lave Tubes RoadTrip

A travel blog entry by martynsphotos

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8 of us hired a people carrier and set off on a voyage of discovery and tight-yet-perfect ...

So long Melbourne.. see you in July!, Richmond, Australia travel blog

So long Melbourne.. see you in July!

A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld

Backpack - check! Passport & travel documents - check! Camera - check! Off to the airport for our 6 months adventure. In plan we have Tanzania, Morocco, Italy, France, UK, Germany, Spain, Switzerland and US. I will check back in the next couple of ...

New beginnings, Melbourne, Richmond, Australia travel blog

New beginnings

A travel blog entry by chlara23

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Hey guys.. I got an angry text from Angie telling me im slacking! oh sorry.. gtg update later.. Cont 16th Sept, 14:37.. i jus wanted to share my good news.. We finally have a home!! And its lovely!!! I love it!!! Check pics so see what it looks ...

Convict History Day, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Convict History Day

A travel blog entry by pilgrim143

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To the colonial village of Richmond with its convict built bridge, old churches, jails, buildings etc. All very cute & a lovely s/c B&B we stayed in. We drove on down to Port Arthur which is the former convict settlement. This has been 'visitor ...

Positivity :-), Richmond, Australia travel blog

Positivity :-)

A travel blog entry by lauzc87

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... see them again, not having anywhere to call 'home' and having to do the whole 'Hi I'm Laura. I'm from Nottingham. Yes, I love Australia. I have been to xyz' a million times over and over again, well, it all gets a little bit overwhelming and stressful... ...

Sulle traccie di un dinosauro, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Sulle traccie di un dinosauro

A travel blog entry by ilsalmone

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Il bello di attraversare il nulla sta nel fatto che quando incontri un museo di fossili di lucertole, pensi di vedere un paio di scorregine invece ti trovi davanti degli scheletri perfettamente integri di animali giganteschi e l'aria condizionata.... ...

Its been a while.., Richmond, Melbourne, Australia travel blog

Its been a while..

A travel blog entry by chlara23

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... one small ear..) sorry but its so hard not to notice.. I on the other hand.. wasnt to fussed.. told myself that i didnt come to Australia to complain about work, that was life back at home in the UK.. so i didnt get mixed up with the angry crowd.. Later ...

He Proposed, She said

He Proposed, She said "YES!"

A travel blog entry by sashadasha

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We're engaged! ...

Sept 15-16, 05 (Th-Fri), Richmond and Port Arthur, Tasmania, Australia travel blog

Sept 15-16, 05 (Th-Fri)

A travel blog entry by marvroki

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... like Abby. Madison was also 2 years old. I took a picture of her. We drove for about 2 more hours to Richmond. The oldest church in Australia, St. John, was built there in 1832. People still worship there. The Richmond Bridge built by convicts in 1823 ...

Tired, it's raining non-stop & I'm missing home, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Tired, it's raining non-stop & I'm missing home

A travel blog entry by lauzc87

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... ! So far I've lost 3kg, which is 6.6lbs, almost 1/2 a stone YAY!! Back down to the same size as when I left for Australia. I'm living with two other people now. The Governess who looks after Renee's two children, Levi and Quinn and an Irish guy who's here ...

To The Outback, Undara, Australia travel blog

To The Outback

A travel blog entry by sungod

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... and Maura got cold and bored and left, while Erik stayed at the bonfire. Cane toads are the most hated creatures in Australia (considering the country has most of the world's most deadly snakes, killer crocodiles, and deadly jellyfish, this is pretty ...

Back in the outback & feeling gooddddd!, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Back in the outback & feeling gooddddd!

A travel blog entry by lauzc87

Oooh, quick entry and will update as I go along. The new station is a MILLION miles away from the previous one, oh, literally a million miles away, but then also a million miles different in how things are done. For a start, I only have 1 poddy calf to ...

Fletcher's Creek to Richmond, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Fletcher's Creek to Richmond

A travel blog entry by barbrob

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... have sent there a long time ago. Travel brochures tell fibs. It was going to be one of our high lights of Richmond! Beautiful bougainvilleas of different shades lined the streets. Richmond is an area rich in marine fossils of about 100 million years when ...

Richmond, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Richmond

A travel blog entry by gouda

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... fonds marins. Je me dois donc d'en goûter. Je me prends donc un bon sandwich au homard à midi. Je m'arrête ensuite à Richmond, qui est une petite bourgade sympathique au milieu des vignes. Je fais rapidement le tour, admirant au passage la plus ville ...

Richmond, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Richmond

A travel blog entry by trenfield5

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... in the lake at 9.30 in the morning, Dianne was speaking with a lady staying nearby. Margaret and her husband come to Richmond every year to go fosseling. This year they have spent some time out at neighboring stations where a number of finds have been ...

Richmond, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Richmond

A travel blog entry by trenfield5

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... and hills to flat grassy plains. It seems that the roadside views we get don't stay the same for very long. After arriving in Richmond around 4pm and setting up camp the boys eyed the man made lake which the caravan park overlooks. They were in - there ...

Fossil Hunting, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Fossil Hunting

A travel blog entry by outbacktravels

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... dust covers what used to be grassland.  It is the home of Dinosaurs, one of three towns on the fossil forefront of Australia... and we were looking forward to getting out there and hunting for them.  We visited the premier fossil museum in town, ...

Richmond  --  Hughenden, Richmond  --  Hughenden, Australia travel blog

Richmond -- Hughenden

A travel blog entry by jimandelle

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Off to Richmond - The fossil capital of Australia - apparently it is known for its world renown collection of marine fossils. Stopped for coffee and cake and kept driving to Hughenden where we plan to spend time 4WDriving in the national parks around the ...

Richmond, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Richmond

A travel blog entry by stubo

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... trip into Hobart for the evening. In the morning it was time to go to the Airport. We had a quick look around quaint tiny Richmond, then an even quicker look around even tinyier Cambridge and then got to the airport in plenty of time for our flight to ...

Dat was het dan alweer..., Richmond, Australia travel blog

Dat was het dan alweer...

A travel blog entry by thaila_frank

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... krijgen we de 88 dagen noooit vol voordat we het land uit moeten op 19 augustus) stelde Marion voor om Zaterdag naar Richmond te rijden zodat we in de cattle station krant naar vacatures konden kijken en wat mailtjes konden ...

Richmond Field and Racing Days!, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Richmond Field and Racing Days!

A travel blog entry by steveandsally

June 18, 2009 - Richmond Oh dear - we don't seem to have either mobile phone or email coverage here at Richmond in Queensland.  Feels very strange not to be in easy contact with anyone and no emails!!!  We shall have withdrawal symptoms! The journey ...

Een paar honderd jaar terug de tijd in..., Richmond, Australia travel blog

Een paar honderd jaar terug de tijd in...

A travel blog entry by thaila_frank

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... taxi naar de stad gingen om aan de 13 uur durende busrit te beginnen. Om 00.25 vertrok de Geryhound bus richting Richmond. Slapen lukte niet. Ik weet niet of dat kwam doordat ik zo zenuwachtig was over wat ons te wachten stond of omdat ik ...

Toedeloeeee Somerville, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Toedeloeeee Somerville

A travel blog entry by thaila_frank

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... toch nog konden helpen met het krijgen van het Visa.   Toch nog wel wat positiefs... Toennet heeft Jacob ons naar Richmond gebracht waar de Greyhound bus ons zo meteen komt ophalen. Eindelijk weg van die irritante manager en het dierenleed en ...

Nog steeds in de middle of Nowhere..., Richmond, Australia travel blog

Nog steeds in de middle of Nowhere...

A travel blog entry by thaila_frank

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...  blijven.  Het laatste blog plaatste ik alweer een paar weken geleden. Op die donderdag, 10 mei, toen we met Marion naar Richmond gingen. Wat een feest was dat zeg; naar de supermarkt! Erg grappig dat ik zo blij kan zijn met een ...

Kronosaurus Korner at Richmond, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Kronosaurus Korner at Richmond

A travel blog entry by sueton

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25/8/2012 Porcupine Gorge to Richmond Back into Hughenden for supplies. At The Great Western pub we were served by a the most helpful charming fellow, they have a reasonable selection of wine and the prices were OK for out here. Margs phone had run out ...

A visit to the Adelaide Oval and City walk, Richmond, Australia travel blog

A visit to the Adelaide Oval and City walk

A travel blog entry by kevinsullivan

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After a restful night, a lie in after our mammoth drive yesterday and a late breakfast, we caught the local bus service into Glenelg. The place is still beautiful and brought back a lot of memories,especially the Jetty where we took the ferry across to ...

Freezing and loud night, Marathon, Australia travel blog

Freezing and loud night

A travel blog entry by rowenawright

... from all that swimming) and a good shop at Woolies we headed further East on our quest to reach Townsville. After a brief play in Richmond to ease the kids boredom we ended up parking the van half way between no-where and no-where ! 47kms past Richmond, ...

Kronosaurus Korner, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Kronosaurus Korner

A travel blog entry by schwieso

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... is a skeleton including bones found in the area. There are lots of other findings on show, both bones and fossils. We continued to Richmond and stayed in a lovely caravan park beside a man made lake. After setting up we went for a ride around the lake and ...

Waltzing Matilda, Richmond, Australia travel blog

Waltzing Matilda

A travel blog entry by annandrewabroad

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Despite there being 3 other Richmond's across Australia,the one that wasn't in the guide book turned out to be the one we visited. This town however claimed to be Australia's capital for Prehistoric discoveries. True, we went to the town museum containing ...

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