67kms · 63 mins by car · 90 mins by public transport
4,977 population (2016 Census)
North Richmond is located approximately 67 kilometres northwest of Sydney. North Richmond has three main roads. These are Grose Vale Road, Bells Line of Road and Elizabeth Street.
It is separated from the suburb of Richmond to the south-east by the Hawkesbury River.
The original inhabitants of the area were the Darug people. The Darug were the custodians of the majority of what is now the Greater Sydney region. They were divided into a number of different ‘clans’, whose quick demise upon European settlement has sadly resulted in very little information remaining on how they utilised the local area.
North Richmond Village Shopping Centre is located on Bells Line Road.
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North Richmond is also home to Richmond North Public School and the high school, Colo High School, established in 1978.
North Richmond Panthers Club is in the foothills of the beautiful Blue Mountains, offering a friendly, welcoming and relaxed atmosphere for the benefit of members, guests and visitors. Regular attractions include trivia nights, raffles, bingo, 2 for 1 members meal deals and members badge draws. Flavours Cafe is open daily for lunch and dinner, with an affordable menu of cooked to order meals.
There are three main parks in North Richmond:
1. John Wellington Oval, Pecks Road. Mainly utilised as a cricket ground.
2. Turnbull Oval, Beaumont Avenue. Mainly utilised as a netball and soccer ground.
3. Cougar Park Inalls Lane, Corner of Yarramundi Lane & Inalls Lane. Mainly utilised as a soccer ground.