Pubs and breweries

Norfolk Hotel Fremantle

The Norfolk Hotel is a Fremantle icon, that has been the social hub of the harbour city since opening as Oddfellows Hotel in 1887. Re-modelled, and re-opened as the Norfolk Hotel, almost 100 years later in preparation for the America's Cup defence, the corner pub is still the most engaging, eclectic and entertaining destination in Freo. Great food, wine & beer, convenient & comfortable accommodation, and the best intimate live & original venue in Fremantle, the Norfolk has the total package. Located in the heart of Fremantle, within easy walking distance of all major attractions, the historic pub is known…

Sail and Anchor

The Sail and Anchor is an iconic Fremantle landmark. Come down and see just why this heritage listed pub is so appealing. With the spiraling staircase, wood paneled walls, pressed tin ceiling, and friendly staff, this venue is definitely worth booking for your next function. Let's not forget the main attraction though. The beer. Boasting 40 cold taps, three hand pumps and four bars; it's no surprise that we are the leader of the craft beer revolution in Fremantle. The tap beer selection changes regularly, offering old classics, new favourites, small batch releases and seasonal styles, making a visit to…

The Federal Hotel

The Federal Hotel is a modern style Australian pub set in a stunning heritage site. The space is bright and open with many different areas from which you can choose to drink and dine. The building first opened its doors as a licensed premises in 1887 and is still to this day one of the grandest establishments in Fremantle. Featuring international and domestic beers on tap and a unique wine list influenced by West Australian wineries, the Federal is the perfect place to enjoy lunch or dinner while exploring Freo. The Federal Hotel. Your new local pub in the heart of Freo.

The Left Bank

There are so many ways to enjoy the Left Bank – wind down after your morning walk with a coffee, meet friends for lunch and enjoy the beautiful view over the Swan River, shake off your work day with an ice cold beer, catch up with your friends on the weekend and listen to live music in the Beer Garden or make the Left Bank exclusively yours by organizing a function with us. There’s always an excuse to spend more time at The Left Bank. The Left Bank building has a rich history and is truly a part of Fremantle.…

The Local Hotel

A neighbourhood pub in the heart of South Fremantle with an independant spirit. Casual dining and quality drinks in a relaxed, comfortable local pub. Upstairs features individually styled, boutique budget short term accommodation. Coming soon The Local Garage;A converted drive thru bottleshop turned street eats and bar space with guest food vans and pop ups rotating alongside our own varied menu.

The National Hotel

The National Hotel is a double award-winning venue and offers something for everyone – all day dining, an extensive beverage and cocktail list, great al-fresco areas for those lazy afternoons and varied entertainment; ranging from sports screenings  to live and DJ'd music. All areas will be available for private and corporate function bookings and events. The ground level comprises of a lively bar, themed with original brickwork, vintage timber, pressed-tin ceilings and wrought-iron fixtures. It holds a capacity of around 150 persons plus an additional 56-seater Al-fresco area along High Street. The 1st floor comprises of a lounge bar and restaurant…

The Swan Hotel & Basement

The Swan Hotel in North Fremantle is a music landmark. they have supported music for over 20 years in the basement and lounge bar. The Swan Hotel is located at the end of the Queen Victoria Street bridge over looking Fremantle’s Inner harbour where the Swan River opens into the Indian Ocean. The Basement bar runs live bands every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night. it hosts a variety of genres of music including indie, punk, metal, hardcore, alternate and more. The Stage always welcomes young up and coming acts and many of WA’s biggest bands have graced the stage. The…

Tradewinds Hotel

 When it comes to food and beverage at the Tradewinds restaurant and bar, you are spoilt for choice. You can enjoy outdoor dining and a casual meal in the courtyard or indulge in the comfort of the adjoining restaurant.

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Pubs and breweries in Fremantle

Fremantle is well known for its wonderful heritage pubs and breweries. Discover award winning breweries on South Terrace (the Cappuccino Strip) and Fishing Boat Harbour, exquisitely restored hotels that offer alfresco dining on balcony’s with views over the city, pop up and small bars in surprising places. There is always something happening in Fremantle’s pubs and breweries, check out our events pages for the latest info on happy hours, dinner specials, live music, open mic, trivia and quiz nights.