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Fremantle City Library

Fremantle Library has ideas for everyone, and miles of inspiration contained inside. Want to find out what to read next? Ask our staff who can suggest some great titles . Enjoy a coffee whilst browsing magazines and newspapers, or catch up on some DVD binge watching or music from local acts. Get ebooks and emagazines for your commute – see our downloads page or ask our friendly staff for tips.   Fremantle History Centre is a treasure trove of historical information and photographs from ye olde Freo. Find out the origins of your Fremantle home and learn how to research…

Fremantle Fibonacci Centre

To make a city into a beautiful resonating magnet, we must nurture the Dreamers and the Makers.Dreamt and made by Robby Lang (and Friends!), the Fremantle Fibonacci Centre aims to do this, by allowing people a space to try out their ideas. It is an incubation chamber for ideas.A community of artists and makers creating and working together. Meanwhile, at the BLINCO ST CAFÉ, musicians and poets entertain diners whilst artists and dreamers discuss their visions over fine coffee, and the best Mango Lassi in the multiverse....Massive steel gates lead through to an amazing central creative space. Natural light cascades into the…

Fremantle Food Tours

Welcome to Fremantle Food Tours – the most delicious way to visit Fremantle! Why stumble around and gamble with your food experience? We have mapped out a mouth watering and informative progressive dinner all around this beautiful city! These tours were founded on an intense love for two F’s – Food and Fremantle! Take a break from being a tourist and let our experienced guides walk you through the spots the locals love and visitors only dream of discovering. We will visit around 6 or 7 different bars, restaurants and even a brewery! At each stop you will hear a bit of…

Fremantle History Walking Tour

Start this tour from where Fremantle started. Standing next to the Roundhouse, the prominent building at the top of the town you can look down on Bathers Beach where the early settlers first landed. Get a feel for how tough it was when they first arrived in May 1829. Times were tough and people died. They fought duels. They drank to excess. Then be shown around Fremantle by your local guide to see how Fremantle has grown from an ugly duckling fishing port into the beautiful city that it is today with its well preserved architecture and world listed Heritage…

Fremantle Leisure Centre

The Fremantle Leisure Centre is open all year round and offers a range of health and fitness programs including learn to swim, squad and group fitness classes. The centre boasts four heated swimming pools, a gym, crèche, swim shop, traing room and cafe all located on 3.5 hectares of open grassed space. Memberships and multi-visit passes are available.

Fremantle Map

The Fremantle map highlights key landmarks, CAT bus transport routes, precincts and some of the free wifi areas in the Fremantle CBD. The map is available at the Fremantle Visitor Centre and at many locations throughout the city or visitors can download a copy from the attachments section on the right.

Fremantle Prison

Fremantle Prison is one of WA's premier tourist attractions and in 2010 became the first building in Western Australia to be inscribed on to the prestigious World Heritage list as part of the 'Australian Convict Sites'.  Built by convicts in the 1850s, Fremantle Prison was used as a place of incarceration for 136 years before being decommissioned as an operating maximum security gaol in 1991. The empty prison with its solitary cells and gallows is a monument to a system of punishment that is uncomfortably recent. Visitors can "step inside and do time" with Fremantle Prison's experienced guides on a range…

Fremantle Public Golf Course

​A well-established public golf course.​Only 9 holes, but a tricky test of golf.Narrow fairways, small greens. Depending on whether the Freo Doctor is blowing, this Par 34 layout can be your best friend or your worst enemy.But it's always interesting.​Located in Montreal Street, just off High Street, just 2 minutes from downtown Fremantle

Fremantle Tourist Wheel

Fremantle is among the most popular destinations in western Australia and the Esplanade Park is one of its most loveliest features. The Tourist Wheel has been in Fremantle since April 2013 and provides unprecedented views of Fremantle town and harbors Be transported 40 metres in fully enclosed gondolas

Fremantle Tours

Here at Fremantle Tours there is nothing we love more than showing off our fantastic home! We offer daily BIKE and WALK tours as well as DRINK bar tours. Cruising on one of our bikes or walking the streets there’s so much to see and we want to show you! Join a Fremantle Tour and be a traveler not a tourist! Owned and operated by Fremantle locals we are here to show you why Lonely Planet has ranked our beautiful backyard as the 7th best city on the world! Our tours are for visitors as well as home grown explorers, regardless you…

Fremantle Trams

Nobody else can show you Fremantle like this tour can. Going to places larger vehicles and public transport cannot reach and with local driver guides whose knowledge is second to none! Since 1985 Fremantle Tram Tours has been providing guided tours to thousands of visitors to Fremantle aboard our replica 'trams'. With the entertaining and educational commentary provided by the driver our passengers quickly discover the authentic charm of Fremantle that makes it Western Australia's most visited city. Hop on and off at any of the six conveniently situated stops and we'll show you Fremantle from its bustling harbours, it's beautifully…

Fremantle Visitor Centre

The Fremantle Visitor Centre in Kings Square is the official visitor information centre for Fremantle and is the true hotspot for visitors to plan their visit. We know the best things to see and offer helpful advice and information including maps, guide books and brochures. With a range of accommodation and tour options our local experts will help you plan your perfect stay with our no fee booking service. Book with confidence through our secure website, speak with one of our local experts directly on 08 9431 7878 or email info@visitfremantle.com.au to plan your perfect visit to Fremantle.

Freo's Cappucino Strip – seven days a week

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…

Freopedia Heritage Tour

Fremantle is the first City in Australia to have a QR code project like this, it is a virtual tour of its heritage sites.  Freopedia lets you explore Fremantle at your leisure accessing the stories behind what made Fremantle what it is today. Simply download the QR Code phone application and take a walking tour of Fremantle by scanning the plaques on buildings, statues and the historical sites shown on the map. Take this map and explore the streets of Fremantle revisiting our City's rich heritage. From the notorious Moondyne Joe to the lives of John Curtin and Herbert Hoover, from riots, exploration,…

Gilbert Fraser Oval

Gilbert Fraser Reserve is a public recreation area dating from at least 1894. It is the home ground for the North Fremantle Amateur Football Club, formed in 1920. It contains a football oval, other playing fields, the grandstand, clubrooms, memorial gates, fences, tennis courts and flood lights. The Memorial gates honour Laurie Tetley, long-time treasurer and supporter of the North Fremantle Amateur Football Club and L.R. Charlton for his long association with the Tennis Club are also a feature of the place. The Norfolk Island Pines planted after the Second World War contribute to the aesthetic and landmark qualities of…

Glen Cowans Studio at the Roundhouse

Visit the gallery to view Glen Cowans' photography of marine images inspired by the waters of Western Australia and oceans around the world. His subjects are the seascapes within and the breathlessly beautiful life forms that live there. Cowans' images allow us to contemplate the wondrous life of the oceans. His lens is our microscope, exposing colour and species with a complexity and sculptural form not normally visible to the naked eye.

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