On the fringe of the Sydney metropolitan area, the Hawkesbury is one of New South Wales best kept secrets. With an abundance of townships and villages to explore, there is plenty of historic and scenic attractions for avid nature lovers and adventurists alike to discover. The suburbs of the Hawkesbury offer wonderful schools, shops, public transport, sporting fields & swimming pools and as a collective these features are seen to create a strong community and family base. The last Census (2011) recorded that there were 62,353 people living in the Hawkesbury local government area, of these 49.3% were male and 50.7% were female. The average age of the population in the Hawkesbury was 36 years. One of those towns is known as Richmond. Home to the Royal Australian Air Force Base Richmond and nearby Hawkesbury Race Club and Hawkesbury Show grounds. Also the University of Western Sydney has its Hawkesbury campus here. In the heart of Richmond you can find the the end of the railway line at Richmond train station. Opposite the train station and along the main street you will find a picturesque oval and a lovely Grand Stand within Richmond Park.
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Richmond Market Place
Richmond Marketplace is a well-established sub-regional shopping centre located in the New South Wales Hawkesbury region.
Western Sydney University - Hawkesbury Campus
The Hawkesbury campus is situated in the suburb of Richmond in the Hawkesbury Local Government Area
Richmond Railway Station New South Wales
Richmond railway station is the terminus station of the Richmond line, serving the Sydney suburb of Richmond.