Tourism

Treasure Gallery

Art gallery showcasing the work of Adrianna Treasure. Adrianna Treasure experiential art workshops are fun, filled with amazing expressive activities, too exciting to put into words.

TSG Artists in Glass

Come experience the manufacturing of Australian Art Glass & view the unique range of art glass souvenirs & gits on sale now in the TSG gallery... Australian Made Unique Art Glass including jewellery, table art corporate gift ware, stained glass, fused glass, traditional, ecclesiastical, outdoor art glass design, illuminated water features & wall art & more. Since 1908 TSG has been producing the highest level of architectural stained glass and cutting edge fused and laminated art glass for hotels, casinos, private & corporate businesses worldwide. TSG is the oldest art glass studio in Australia & still uses its original lead…

Victoria Quay

Visit Victoria Quay to experience Fremantle's historical port side waterfront with a backdrop to Western Australia's biggest and busiest working port. The iconic Western Australian Maritime Museum, Leeuwin Ocean Adventures, the Welcome Walls, Fremantle Passenger Terminal, B Shed and a collection of unique markets, cafes and bars are all on Victoria Quay which is only a stone throw away from Fremantle's CBD and train station. Victoria Quay is an ideal spot to escape the bustle of Fremantle's centre and soak up some cool ocean air. The Rottnest Ferry and Captain Cook Cruises leave regularly from Victoria Quay in front of the…

WA Maritime Museum

Located on Victoria Quay, Fremantle, perched overlooking the Indian Ocean and Fremantle Harbour, the WA Maritime Museum displays some of Western Australia's most unique maritime pieces. Collected over many years the wide range of exhibits include the winning Americas Cup Yacht (Australia II), an Oberon class submarine - HMAS Ovens, the Welcome Walls, Jon Sanders' Parry Endeavour and many other iconic vessels from WA's maritime history. The WA Maritime Museum also hosts many exhibitions in their unique galleries throughout the year and is the perfect place to explore and learn about the history of the WA coastline. Also worth a visit and…

WA Shipwrecks Museum

The WA Shipwrecks Museum is recognised as the foremost maritime archaeology museum in the southern hemisphere. The Museum is housed in 1850s-era Commissariat building and has since been restored to its historic glory. Steeped in history, the galleries house hundreds of relics from ships wrecked along WA's treacherous coastline, including the original timbers from the Batavia (wrecked in 1629), the de Vlamingh plate, and also countless artefacts from the Dutch shipwrecks Zuytdorp, Zeewijk and Vergulde Draeck.

Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre

The Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre is located near the Roundhouse at Arthur's Head, Fremantle. This is the site where Captain Fremantle arrived and settlement begun in 1829 and where Whadjuk Nyoongars shouted "Warra Warra" to European arrival. The cultural centre exhibits local Nyoongar artists work and offers programs run by Aboriginal people in Aboriginal art, Nyoongar language, Aboriginal history and cultural tours. Click here to watch the Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre promo video.

West End

The West End is distinctly Fremantle’s heritage district, with its exceptionally well-preserved nineteenth-century port-city townscape and architecture and has recently been included in the State Register of Heritage Places. It’s quaint and old-fashioned streets are the perfect destination to explore Fremantle’s roots and forms a valuable collection of some of the states finest heritage buildings. It has been described by some as like a theatre set.  The area is adjacent to Victoria Quay and at times you witness the slightly surreal activity of huge container ships moving silently across the streetscape. At the top of the West End you'll find the…

Westcoast Jet

Westcoast Jet's 850hp Open Ocean Jet Boat "Okiedokie" has been around now since 1999 thrilling (and wetting) 10's of thousands of locals and tourists from all over the world. We get the big thumbs up from overseas visitors who most say, "the best boat ride they've been on". With a 100%, yes folks, that's a 100% safety record over the last 15 years of operating Open Ocean Jet Boat Tours, we'll take care of you! Our skippers are highly trained and experienced in operating 12 metre Jet Boats on the Fremantle waters, which can be pretty tricky when the Freo…

Wray Avenue

Wray Avenue has long been popular with locals and visitors for its unique and special "freo" vibe. With quirky new cafes, alternative bars, stunning fashion and homewares shops, Wray Ave is an lovely hub to explore and one of Fremantle's best kept secrets. Being a stone's throw away from central Fremantle, Wray Avenue is the perfect location to escape the hustle and bustle and indulge in some retail therapy. Or perhaps wander into Wray Avenue's unique cafe's to try some of Fremantle's best coffee's and cakes. Getting to and from: Fremantle's Wray Avenue is a 15 minute walk from the Fremantle…

Zinongo Gallery

At Zinongo Gallery, Njalikwa Chongwe exhibits a wide range of handmade ceramics. Established nearly 25 years ago, by Ceramic Artist Njalikwa Chongwe and his partner Jacqueline Rodrigues, Zinongo Gallery has become a distinctive landmark in South Fremantle, with its 2 metre high mural of the three dancing women adorning the gallery facade. The gallery is located in a traditional corner shop, set high on the Beaconsfield Ridge, overlooking the Indian Ocean with views to Rottnest Island. Njalikwa makes and fires a wide range of low fired Raku and high fired Stoneware ceramic pieces. Zinongo is the ideal place to visit…

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Tourism

With so much happening in Fremantle it’s no wonder it’s the most visited place in WA. There are lots of things to do in Fremantle for tourists from shopping at the Fremantle Markets, visiting the Fremantle Prison or just relaxing at one of the beautiful Fremantle beaches.  Check our listings for the best things to see in Fremantle.