Getting here Getting here

There are so many ways to get to Richmond - regardless of whether you want to take the wheel, or sit back and enjoy the ride.

Self Drive Self Drive

While some may think the Outback is strictly four wheel drive material - it's not.  Major highways such as the Matilda Highway and Overlander's Way are fully sealed and the accommodation is as varied as it is comfortable.  If you're on the caravan journey of a lifetime, you will be pleased to know nearly all towns have caravan parks.

Rail Rail

One way to start a perfect Outback adventure is aboard one of Queensland Rail's Inlander trains. The 10 hour trip will have you passing through all the towns between Townsville and Mt Isa with Richmond being about halfway from either destination. There are two departures per week. For rail only bookings phone 132 232 or visit www.traveltrain.com.au.

Inland Train Timetable (137KB)

Coach / Bus Coach / Bus

Bus QLD services all towns along the Overlander's Way between Townsville & Mt Isa three  days a week, Tuesday,  Friday and Sunday. For more information contact Kronosaurus Korner (Richmond Bus Depot) on (07) 47 413 429 or the Bus QLD call centre on 1300 287 537 or visit www.busqld.com.au.

 

Air Air

Enjoy the spectacular views of Outback Queensland from the air with Queensland own regional airline.  Rex Airlines operates flights between Townsville and Mount Isa stopping at Richmond three day's a week Monday, Wednesday & Friday. Bookings can be made at Richmond Newsagency for Schedules and Fares Call 131713 or visit www.rex.com.au.