This National Trust-classified market, established in 1897 comes alive every weekend with the buzz of people.
Handcrafted bric-a-brac, fashions, fresh produce, opals, antique stores, international food and fragrant spices are just some of the unique products you will find on show.
The ornate gold rush era architecture, creates a unique atmosphere, enhanced by buskers and the friendly stallholders.
Uniquely located right on the quay in Challenger Harbour, Quest Harbour Village is within easy walking distance of Fremantle's historic mid 19th century buildings, galleries, boutique bars and restaurants. more
Located in the heart of cosmopolitan Fremantle, only 20 minutes from Perth CBD, is the 4½ star International Esplanade Hotel Fremantle. Overlooking the popular Fishing Boat Harbour, the hotel is situated within walking distance to the Central Business District, galleries, cinemas, museums and fashionable restaurants and bars. more
This National Trust-classified market, established in 1897 comes alive every weekend with the buzz of people. more
Perched over the sparkling waters of the Swan River in East Fremantle. This architecturally designed restaurant serves fresh innovative seafood. more
Travel 20 kilometres downstream from Perth, to the southern cusp of the Swan River, and you will find the port city of Fremantle. This vibrant coastal city was established in 1829 as a port for the Swan River Colony and was the major city in Western Australia for much of its early history. Fremantle's unique character is captured by its landscape, its heritage architecture, music, arts and culture, festivals, retail stores and markets, cafés and restaurants, which all contribute to its village style atmosphere - making it a popular destination for local and international visitors. more
On the Fremantle Tram Tour the drivers provide factual, informed and interesting commentary throughout the tour. more
Tantilise your tastebuds with Simmo's famous icecream. more