10 Facts About Richmond Victoria


Richmond Victoria was home to the Nine Network studios, under the callsign of GTV-9, until the studios moved to Docklands in 2011.

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Richmond Victoria Gardens Shopping Centre is a large modern complex built in 2001 to service the inner eastern suburbs.

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Richmond Victoria Town Hall is a landmark building currently operated by the City of Yarra, which was built in the 1880s and redecorated during the interwar years.

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The majority of houses in Richmond are the single fronted victorian style houses built from the 1850s to 1930s.

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Richmond Victoria has a lot of public space to cater for its dense population.

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Anglicans have a presence in Richmond Victoria, served by St Stephens, next door to St Ignatius' Church.

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Richmond Victoria is home to the Richmond Victoria Football Club, an Australian rules football club, which is a member of the Australian Football League.

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Richmond Victoria has an established transport system involving arterial roads, five train stations, seven tram routes, a bus route and a series of bicycle trails, including the Capital City Trail and the Yarra River Trail.

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Railway lines that travel through Richmond Victoria Station include the Pakenham, Cranbourne, Frankston, Lilydale, Belgrave, Glen Waverley, Sandringham and Alamein lines.

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Access Health and Community is a major primary health service at 283 Church Street and was founded in 1868 as the Richmond Victoria Dispensary, making it possibly the oldest continuously running GP practice and community health centre in Australia.

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