We are located in the heart of the Richmond township at 116 March Street, directly opposite historic Richmond Park.

The Hawkesbury enjoys a semi-rural lifestyle, showcased by the Hawkesbury River, at the foot of the Blue Mountains, with rural and hobby acreage farms, charming town centres and real sense of community.

Rich heritage:

The original home of the Darug aboriginal peoples, Richmond was established as one of Governor Macquarie’s five Macquarie Towns around 1811. Our town was the third area in Australia to be settled by Europeans. Richmond also features Hawkesbury District Showground established c.1845, Hawkesbury Race Club established c. 1871, Western Sydney University formerly Hawkesbury Agricultural College, established in 1891 and RAAF Base Richmond established in 1923.

Town amenities:

These are literally a stone’s throw away, with Richmond station 170m; Richmond Marketplace with Big W, Woolworths, 55 speciality shops and 800 free undercover parking spaces is 180m; main street shopping strip featuring historic first settlement buildings just 200m away. There’s also doctors surgeries, pubic library, cinema, churches, good food markets, post office, banks, niche restaurants and a host of great cafés all within walking distance.

Richmond Club, part of our Group, the oldest ex-Servicemen’s club in the Hawkesbury is located 250m away. With facilities over two levels, it features dining, bars, music, social clubs, bowls clubs, children’s entertainment, functions, Active8 gym, Amber Salon, Crafty Brew Café, outdoor terrace and Wanderest Travellers Park.

Richmond Golf Club, part of our Group, the oldest golf course on its original site in NSW, is within 5 minutes’ drive.


We have bus stops at the door on Busway Routes 673-678; 680-682.

Richmond Station is a 1 minute’s walk adjacent Richmond Park

The taxi rank is also 1 minute’s walk adjacent Richmond Park


We have an engaging program of social events for residents and their families, including barbecues, high teas and wine and cheese nights.

Seven-day-a-week specialised programs are run by our recreational activity staff and include weekly bus tours, pets for therapy, arts and crafts therapy, pottery lessons, music therapy, bake-offs, movie themed dress nights, internet and email hubs. These programs change regularly giving our residents a diverse selection of recreational pursuits.

Pastoral care visits as well as regular entertainment and visiting school entertainers are also a highlight of our services.