Pioneer and civil engineer, CY O'Connor is a legendary figure in Fremantle's history. This trail gives visitors a snapshot of some of the famous landmarks throughout Fremantle including the memorial statue outside the port authority building.
A great way to discover the wonderful port city of Fremantle, the Discovery Trail takes visitors on a loop that encompasses Victoria Quay, the famous Cappuccino Strip, Esplanade Park and Fishing Boat Harbour.
Experience the working life and maritime history of Fremantle’s waterfront from the building of the replica Endeavour and Duyfken to America’s Cup Defence.
The award winning Hotels and Breweries Walk is concentrated in the historic west end of Fremantle, beginning at the Orient Hotel in High Street and ending at Little Creatures at Fishing Boat Harbour.
This trail offers an insight into the remarkable indigenous stories and history of the Fremantle area or Manjaree as it is known by the Aboriginal people.
Sculptures, totems and markers are a highlight of this trail that is concentrated around the Arthur Head and Victoria Quay precincts in the historic West End of Fremantle.
This unique and diverse trail for pedestrians, joggers and cyclists follows the Fremantle waterfront from the Swan River in East Fremantle thorough to South Beach and onto the Cockburn coast.
The Writers Walk consists of a series of five art installations along High Street, between Pakenham and Cliff Streets, that celebrate past and present local writers.
Local, interstate and international artists gathered in Perth in April 2015 to transform a cluster of distinctive neighbourhoods with colourful urban artwork.
Freopedia Heritage Tour
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