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August 21, 2020 Visit STH Pacific & Oceania No Comments Email Email

Right where the Swan River meets the Indian Ocean, you’ll find Fremantle, WA’s bohemian, laid back, second city. How long is it since you’ve paid a visit?

Fremantle’s connection Western Australia’s history; the Indigenous stories, European explorers, immigration, fishing & sailing, arts & culture, make it a destination that holds a place in the heart of many Western Australians.

Live music, intimate concerts in historic venues, favourite icons, culinary stores and independent boutiques have all reopened their doors and are waiting to welcome you.

Music is part of the city’s soul, it can be heard day or night across the city, all year round, from buskers playing on the Cappuccino Strip or at the Fremantle Markets, to local bands firing up at Mojo’s bar in North Fremantle.

LIVE LOUD and indulge a love of live music with winter favourite and local gem, the Hidden Treasures Winter Music Series. It’s moved to warmer climes this year–every Thursday in September.

Get UP CLOSE with intimate concerts in historic venues. Kidogo Arthouse has switched things up with a series of candlelit concerts in the beachside venue.

Independent shops and unique boutiques are found along the length of its inner-city streets and terraces.  It’s boutique, not big box and one giant, ‘open-air’ shopping centre. There’s plenty of menswear and streetwear, shoes, curated gifts, bookshops, vintage and pretty homewares you won’t find everywhere else.

CULINARY STORES offer top notch, gourmet supplies and beautiful boutique grocers; think bakeries, butchers & fishmongers, bottle shops, breweries & specialist wine stores. They are open now for those planning to entertain more at home.

Fremantle is back up and running with parks, beaches, museums, activities, shopping and restaurants – there’s plenty to do with the whole family.

Revisit Freo’s ICONS… just like you do when family and friends come to stay. There’s unbelievable tales of escapes, stories of ghosts and haunted buildings, adventures and adversity. Fremantle Prison, WA Shipwreck Museum or Maritime Museum, Fremantle Markets and the Round House are open for a visit.

There’s no high rise hotels or 70’s twin share motels for an OVERNIGHT stay in Freo. You will find options for the stylish, families or budget minded. Nine hotels with over 700 rooms across the city are within walking distance of the vibrancy, spirit and soul that Fremantle is known for.

Enjoy your freedom with urban adventures exploring places and experiences in your own back yard…. you don’t have to travel far, it’s all right here, in Fremantle.

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