Things to do in Fremantle Today Australia

Things to do in Fremantle Today Australia

Things to do in Fremantle Today Australia

Visit the Fremantle Markets Open SundayFremantle Prison toursTourist Wheel Fremantle
Day trip to Rottnest IslandPub of the day Sunday roast Shipwreck Galleries
Bars and pubs in FremantleVisit the Leighton Battery and Tunnels E Shed Markets Open on Sunday
Visit the Fremantle MarketsVisit the Round House FremantleVisit the Fremantle Arts Center
Visit South Mole LighthouseVisit North Mole Light HouseMonument Hill Park Fremantle
The Maritime Museum of WAFishing Boat HarborBird Watching
The Army Museum of WA Cruise and water sports Picnic Spots in Fremantle
Day trip Perth to FremantleE Shed MarketsHire a reserve for your wedding
Swim and Eat at Bathers beach
Bathers Beach House Restaurant
Swim and eat at South Beach
Dog friendly beach and restaurant
Best Walks in and around Fremantle
Best Native food Perth and FremantleFree Things to do PerthFree Things to do in Fremantle

Things to do in Fremantle Today Australia. Perth’s Port City of Fremantle is well known for its maritime history and large convict-built prison. Fremantle is also a well-known location for supporting arts, both local, national, and international. “Fero” is a popular location for all tourists and a choice for locals during the day and the night.

Things to do in Fremantle Today Australia Visit The Roundhouse

The oldest building of Western Australia is the twelve-sided roundhouse. The permanent building offers stunning views and is the first permanent building build by the Swan River colony in the 1830s. You should explore the tunnel built beneath the Roundhouse by the Fremantle Whaling Company in 1837.

Cafes in Fremantle

·        Ohana Acai Bar

Indulge without feeling guilty by digging into the colourful and healthy Acai bowls, packed with antioxidants and vitamins.  The Ohana Acai Bar serves you bowls flowing with raw goodness are gluten-free, dairy-free as well as sugar-free and vegan.  Certified organic barista made coffee or kombucha complements your meal.  Every bowl is served in biodegradable packaging too.

Address:  28, Market Street, Fremantle, WA 6160.

Phone:     +61 04 0417 4004


·        Chalky’s Espresso Bar

Located at the “best end of the west end” is Chalky’s Espresso Bar.  Chalky’s prides in awesome coffee that has to be tasted to be appreciated, made from in-season and current-crop.   Fantastic food, great service and a relaxed vibe are its other features.  Chalky’s serves an all-day breakfast menu and interesting lunch creations.

Address:  1, High Street, Fremantle, WA 6160

Phone:     +61 (08)  9335 1324


  • The Cool Room

This slightly grungy looking café’s minuscule kitchen is a shock when elaborate, artfully arranged meals emerge from it.  The inventive menu that includes all-day breakfast lavishly uses fresh herbs and pickled veggies.  Great coffee is made from the beans of local roasters Darkstar.  Summer Friday nights see this place transformed into a fairy-light strewn intimate Moroccan dining space!

Address:     114, Holland Street, Fremantle, WA 6160

Phone:        +61 04 2203 9482


·        Culley’s Tea Rooms

Established in 1925, Culley’s has been serving Fremantle and suburbs with the takeaway, dine-in, wholesale and catering ever since.  And sticking to West Australian, it serves pies, sandwiches, rolls, cakes, burgers etc.  Traditional horseshoe rolls, slow-baked pies with melt-in-the-mouth pastry, cakes and barista-made coffee are some of its specialities.

Address:  116, High Street, Fremantle, WA 6160

Phone:     +61 08 9335 1286

Fremantle Prison

Fremantle prison holds a fascinating history as a high-security prison built by convicts. Fremantle is also one of Western Australia’s most significant cultural attractions. It was opened to the public in 1992 and offers history. In 2010 it was the first building in the state to be included on the World Heritage List.

Escape with the kids on our special school holiday ‘Escape!’ Tour. You’re guaranteed to have fun while learning about this amazing site.

Designed for children aged 5 to 12 years old, these special tours will visit the sites of numerous dramatic escapes through the Prison’s history. Along the way your Tour Guide will tell a number of tales of daring, desperate and dangerous escapes from Fremantle Prison.

Children must be accompanied by an adult to partake in this tour.

Departs10.00am Wednesday 30 September Friday 2 October Monday 5 October Wednesday 7 October Friday 9 October
Tour length1 hour 15 minutes
Prices$22.00 per adult | $19.00 per concession | $12.00 per child | $62.00 for a family pass
BookingsBookings essential || Online or by phone +61 8 9336 9200

Things to do in Fremantle Today Australia. Fremantle Arts Centre

Fremantle Arts Center is the home of residencies live music and exhibitions. There are also art courses for tourists and locals. The historic building is located in the Heart of Fremantle.

Cappuccino Strip

Things to do in Fremantle Today Australia.The Cappuccino strip is Fremantle’s legendary location. It offers restaurants, outdoor cafes, and Western Australian wine or locally brewed beer. The Cappuccino Strip is home to many hotels, cafes, restaurants. They offer live music, cabaret, mic nights at the weekend, and during evenings.

Fremantle Markets

The Fremantle Market has served as produce and wholesale market from 1987. Fremantle Market is a busy location and a leading tourist attraction for locals and tourists in the state.

The Esplanade Park

The Esplanade Park features around 100 mature Norfolk Island pines. The park is a unique relaxing point between the Fremantle fishing Harbour and the Cappuccino Strip. The Park also hosts many events throughout the year.

North Mole Lighthouse

The North Mole Lighthouse began operation in 1906 at entrance to Fremantle Harbour. The occulting red light, emitted from a fixed lightsource at a focal plane height of 15 metres (49 ft) above sea level, is visible for 11 miles (18 km) and indicates the westernmost point of the harbour and its entrance. The lighthouse established permanent service from 1906; after the mole‘s foundations had settled a temporary lighting arrangement there was discharged. The light originally planned for the house was found to be too powerful and was sent to Broome for the steel lighthouse at Gantheume Point.

The lighthouse and its technically identical yet green coloured partner on the south mole are the last remaining of their type. It has an ‘indicative place’ status of the Register of the National Estate and is a well-known landmark to seamen visiting the port. It was designed by Charles Yelverton O’Connor, an engineer responsible for the construction of Fremantle Harbour and who advanced the proposal of the Goldfields Water Supply Scheme. The 15 m tower is made of cast iron, painted red and features classical decorations. It is located at the end of North Mole Drive. The position is a well used recreational fishing spot and a vantage point for ocean yacht racing or birdwatching.From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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