You can buy beautiful locally grown fresh produce at the Fremantle markets as well as clothes, jewellery, antiques, homewares, shoes, and much more. A great place to eat.
Fremantle markets , wonderful location to visit from Friday- Sunday. Arts, Souvenir, local produce, Fresh fruit & veggies plenty to see and do for the whole family. seasonal petting zoo, and great food stalls.
Great market for purchasing locally made goods. Also catch some great street theatre close there
Fremantle Markets is one of the leading tourist destinations in WA and there's always plenty to see and do any time of the year. The markets are the original and the best, dating back to 1897 featuring over 150 stalls. While you take in the sights and sounds the kids can pat a Koala or hold a…
“With its forbidding 5m-high walls, the old convict-era prison dominates Fremantle. Various daytime tours explore the jail's maximum-security past, give insights into criminal minds and allow you into solitary-confinement cells. Book ahead for the Torchlight Tour through the prison, with a few scares and surprises, and the 2½-hour Tunnels Tour (minimum age 12 years), venturing into subterranean tunnels and doing an underground boat ride.”
“Nestled on the water’s edge in Fremantle, Little Creatures is a flavour loving brewery, born out of a love affair with hoppy beer, and dedicated to making a unique and delicious range of beers to tempt the tastebuds of Freo locals and visitors alike. Walk in anytime without a booking and grab a beer poured straight from the conditioning tanks and a bite to eat from the sharing menu. Soak up the brewery atmosphere or relax in the sunshine in the backyard overlooking the harbour. Jump on a brewery tour with one of the resident hop heads and learn the brewing process and enjoy a guided tasting of all their beers and ciders. Tours run daily at 12, 1, 2 and 3pm daily. Tasting trays, free bike hire and takeaway beer also available. Visit the website for opening hours and menu.”
“Fremantle Arts Centre is located in a neo Gothic limestone building that was once an asylum for women. Hauntingly impressive, this building hosts a number of different galleries, a craft shop, and cafe. They run an extensive program of art classes, have music concerts and a free Sunday concert in the garden through the summer season. ”
“Significant West Australian boats are suspended from the rafters of this sail-shaped museum building. There's the yacht that won the America's Cup race in 1983, pearl luggers and an Aboriginal bark canoe. Take an hour-long tour of the submarine HMAS Ovens; the vessel was part of the Australian Navy's fleet from 1969 to 1997. Tours leave every half hour from 10am to 3.30pm. Book ahead.”
“Completed in 1831, this 12-sided stone prison is WA's oldest surviving building. It was the site of the colony's first hangings, and was later used for holding Aboriginal people before they were taken to Rottnest Island for incarceration. At 1pm daily, a time ball and cannon-blasting ceremony just outside reenacts a historic seamen's alert. Book ahead to fire the cannon.”