Belle & Lee is your one stop shop in the heart of Fremantle. Stocking sizes 6-16 for women of all ages. Shop brands like Betty Basic, Spicy Sugar, Sass + Fate, Runaway, Wolftress, Madison Square, A Brand, Guess, Sunday Soldiers and Galibelle shoes. As well as a range of accessores including watches, sunglasses and The Coconut Dream candles. Style, ease and fun thats us at Belle and Lee Boutique. Always elvolving to keep you in the latest fashion to suit your own unique style.
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During school holidays kids eat free! With every purchase of a main meal kids receive a free kids meal (12 years and under, Mon - Fri 11.30am - 6.30pm) Benny's Bar and Cafe offers a unique restaurant, bar and cocktail experience in the heart of Fremantle's Cappuccino strip. Benny's is a great excuse to get dressed up with experienced staff serving delicios contemporary cuisine and exciting cocktail creations with live entertainment.
Elizabeth's Bookshops are one of Australia's largest second-hand bookshop operations, with 6 stores on both sides of the Australian continent. Established in 1973, Elizabeth's Bookshops are now in Perth, Fremantle and Subiaco (WA) and Sydney CBD and Newtown (NSW). Our Fremantle stores are on South Terrace (opposite Gino's) and our largest WA bookshop on Queen Victoria Street. For over 40 years, Elizabeth's have been major dealers in second-hand books and out-of-print titles. They concentrate on finding "quirky" titles that are not run-of-the-mill and generally not easily available. They also carry a limited range of new books, including the complete "Asterix" and "Tintin" titles. Although we certainly have areas of particular interest (e.g. History, Military, Literature, Children's Books, etc.), the general nature of our bookselling usually makes our in-store prices very competitive with those of our specialist and antiquarian colleagues.
The Fremantle Markets has rightfully earned itself a reputation as one of the best destinations in Fremantle for locals and tourists alike, as well as a leading source of independent wares and produce. Fremantle Markets is undoubtedly one of the best and most well-known markets in Western Australia as it offers fresh and local produce, a great atmosphere plus many more great attributes. Most importantly- it's free to enter! Which makes it a great day out for the entire family! Walk the Fremantle Markets Heritage Trail, attached, to explore the unique place the market has in the city’s history. This brochure will help you discover the atmosphere, architecture and tales that lie behind one of the most famous attractions in Fremantle. If you haven't yet visited the Fremantle Markets, or need a reminder why it's so great, here are our top eight reasons to visit: 1. heritage architecture2. rich history3. hub of events4. fresh local produce5. organic goods6. market bar7. Indigenous & independent products8. music & atmosphere. Located on South Terrace in the heart of Fremantle, the Fremantle Markets are very easy to locate! Our opening hours are: The YardFriday 8.00 am till 8.00 pmSaturday, Sunday and Monday public holidays 8.00 am till 6.00 pm. The HallFriday 9.00 am till 8.00 pmSaturday, Sunday and Monday public holidays 9.00 am till 6.00 pm.
It’s generally agreed that the length of South Terrace from Bannister Street through to the Fremantle Markets is known as the Cappuccino Stripand just off the strip you'll find Little Market Street (soon to be known as Market Street Piazza), Fremantle Malls and South Terrace Piazza. The home of al fresco dining in Western Australia, the strip is packed to the brim with cafés, restaurants, hotels and boutiques and whatever day of the week you visit it’s always buzzing. Here's some tips from the Fremantle story team about what's happening where: Monday It’s amusing to watch Freo office workers swarm to the ‘strip’ like bees to honey for their Monday morning caffeine fix. Whether it’s a ‘long black topped up’ at Dome, a ‘short black with a dash’ from Salted Board or a ‘soy decaf latte’ from Stable Hands on Bannister Street, everyone has their favourite spot to kick start the working week. Tuesday As the mums and bubs groups gather for morning tea at San Churro you can hear the squeals of delight as the highly anticipated churros and hot chocolates are delivered to tables. Two of the toddlers are drawn in by the sounds coming from Timezone and so desperately want to go and explore (or perhaps The Pickled Fairy is calling). Wednesday It may be hump day for working folk but it doesn’t make a difference what day of the week it is to the European gentlemen who gather religiously every day at Ginos. At their alfresco table (yes it’s always the same table) they sit with an espresso and chat with their buddies. We’d love to know what they talk about! Thursday The delicious garlic aroma wafting through the air is making it difficult for the lunch crowd at Pizza Bella Roma to decide what they are going to order, will it be pizza or the famous chilli mussels. Thursdays is Record Club tribute night at the Newport Hotel. Stop in, it’s always a blast. Friday The night everyone celebrates the end of the work week with a quick drink with colleagues. You’re spoilt for choice but how to agree where to start? The Sail & Anchor is always a fav. In summer the Monk is the perfect spot to have a drink and sit on the balcony in the evening light. Upstairs at Zapfhallhas a lofty balcony view over the strip and a popular spot to enjoy a stein or two. Saturday Relax and dine alfresco and watch the world go by, including the classic cars cruising around Freo doing ‘bog laps’. The tables at Sandrino are heaving with family gatherings, groups of friends and couples on ‘date night’. Right next door you can sample Benny’s famous Espresso Martini (on tap!). Sunday Sunday mornings is often a delightful contrast between the lycra crowd and those that are starting the day in a more leisurely way. All are enjoying a coffee and a bite to eat before a browse through the Fremantle Markets or picking up the fruit and vege for the week. Market Street Piazza (opening Friday 28 October) Market Street Piazza is the newest urban space in Freo with funky street furniture, trees and festoon lighting draped across the street it creates a new space to relax in the heart of the Fremantle. Enjoy a meal or a drink, watch street entertainment or follow the progress of international artist Horatio T Birdbath’s incredibly detailed mural alongside Gino’s Café & Trattoria. Bring the family along on Friday 28 October from 6-9 pm and join in the first event to be hosted at Market Street Piazza, the launch event for Little Italy by the Sea.
At Grill'd we promise to deliver you a great tasting meal that's also good for you. Our delicious burgers are 'Made with Love' from only the highest quality, freshest ingredients. We are proud to use 100% grass fed & free range beef, lamb & steak which gives our meat a natural and flavoursome taste. Our meat is 100% Australian, just like us!
This new urban space is just steps away from Fremantle’s Cappuccino Strip. Funky street furniture, trees and plants, along with festoon lighting draped across the street makes this a great new space to relax in the heart of the Fremantle.
Welcome to Salted Board! We’re Fremantle’s newest gourmet food spot, but we’ve been running cafes around Perth for years. We love Freo and its port vibe, which boasts some of the best bars and cafes in WA; so we’re setting up our own food space here. Come in and enjoy some delectable comfort food in a fresh, modern cafe, and try out our very own luscious coffee blend.
The Monk Brewery & Kitchen delivers hand-crafted beers, honest food and real people combined with world music and cultural events. All this is housed within an organic, architecturally designed space right in the heart of the iconic Perth destination- Fremantle.