New Richmond Village Tour

We’re excited to announce our new City Loop + Richmond Village Tour! It’s a combined ticket for two iconic Hobart tours – a Richmond Village Shuttle and Red Decker’s Hop-On Hop-Off City Loop Tour.

Join our tour of the historic village of Richmond, known for its beautifully preserved, Georgian architecture and home to Australia’s oldest bridge, colonial gaol and Catholic Church. Richmond is a hub for gourmet food and wine lovers. Visit shops, galleries, historic sites, and eateries.

The Richmond Village Shuttle is a 3.5 hour tour and scenic drive through the Coal River Valley. You’ll have 2.5 hours in Richmond Village to explore at your own leisure. Tours depart every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 1.00pm from the Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre in Hobart.

The City Loop + Richmond Village Tour also includes a 48hr Red Decker City Loop Ticket valid from the time you first board. Choose from 20 different stops featuring the best sights and attractions in and around Hobart. Hop-on and hop-off as many times as you like or stay on board and do the 90-minute city loop tour – the choice is yours! Our red open-top double decker buses provide unrivalled views of this beautiful city, including local landmarks such as the River Derwent, Tasman Bridge and kunanyi/Mt Wellington as well as an abundance of colonial architecture and city streetscapes. The City Loop Tour departs daily at 10.00am, 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3.00pm from the Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre in Hobart.

Passengers receive a flyer with exclusive discounts to many of Richmond’s attractions, plus a complimentary copy of Red Decker’s The Official Sightseeing Guide to Hobart with exclusive local discounts.

Professional and informative multilingual commentary is available on the Hop-On Hop-Off City Loop Tour. Select English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin or Spanish. Complimentary earphones are available from your driver. Please note that the commentary on the Richmond Village Tour is currently only available in English.

Tickets are $65 for adults, $55 for concessions and $40 for children.

Photo: Tourism Tasmania and Alastair Bett.

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