Our History

From haunted family home to school to hotel, The Richmond Inn as we know and love it has seen a few iterations over its 170-year history.

Originally built in 1840, it didn’t become a hotel until 1864, when it was called the “Old House at Home”. The business rebranded before being sold at auction in 1876 as The Horse and Jockey Inn. In 1898, The Horse and Jockey was unceremoniously demolished to make way for the Imperial Inn, which had a good innings until 1971, when the Richmond Inn was built. We’ve lovingly refurbished that 1970’s building to bring you the relaxed vibe of Australian hospitality at its best, with delicious grub, family fun and your favourite local beers on tap.

Who We Are

We put the fun into family! We believe our pub is the heart of the community, and everyone really is welcome.

Bring your kids, bring your dog, bring your mum and dad, we’ve got them covered! The Richmond Inn boasts the largest beer garden in the area (dog friendly of course), a welcoming roaring fire, regular entertainment for every age, including several big screens for watching the match and weekend DJ’s. Kids love the Richmond, with a great kids’ menu to compliment our delicious pub grub, a slushie machine, ball pit and even fire pits for some S’mores action of a cold winter’s evening. Sundays really are Fundays with face painting and balloon twisting (primarily for the kids but all welcome).

Happy hour comes to Richmond every weekday from 5pm – 7pm with $5.50 wine, beer and spirits, or get juggy with it on a Saturday between 7pm and 9pm with $15 cocktail or beer jugs. Check out our What’s On page for the full lowdown.

Meet the team

Whatever the occasion for your visit, the experienced team at your local Richmond Inn will ensure your downtime is in safe hands.

As well as a dedicated team of professionals working behind the scenes in the kitchen and at the bar, you will also find the management team on hand should you have any queries.