Oak Lodge

Tucked secretively away under the Oak Trees as you enter Richmond.


Oak Lodge, built c1831 is a Georgian sandstone house of fine proportions with a beautiful front doorcase and fanlight. Managed by the Coal River Historical Society, it features furnished interiors, an exhibition on Richmond’s early European settlement together with interpretation of its roles as a school and residence for a magistrate, a medico (Dr William Clarke, resident 1909-1947) and the three artistic Horsfall sisters.

Garden: Oak Lodge’s delightful garden is laid out within a 19th century cobble-stone service yard between the house and its original outbuildings.

Plan your Visit

Oak Lodge


18 Bridge St, Richmond TAS 7025


Sunday 11.30am - 3.30pm

(03) 6260 4153
Entry Fees:

Adult $6
Child $3

Nearby attractions: Richmond Bridge, Richmond museum attractions, maze, antique and craft shops, bakery and cafés.

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