There is always something happening and so much to see and do in Fremantle, here are a few suggestions.
The 'Cappuccino Strip' is named for the many cafés and resident barista's that prepare an almost unending variety of coffee's.
Nearby are the lively and historic Fremantle Markets featuring more than 150 stalls offering fresh produce, tasty local treats, jewellery, souvenirs, fashion and home wares.
Stroll along the boardwalk from Bathers Beach House through Fishing Boat Harbour past Little Creatures Brewery, the Duyfken tall ship, and some great seafood restaurants.
Just north of Fishing Boat Harbour is the Bathers Beach Art Precinct, Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre and the Round House (which is actually octagonal and WA's oldest building).
Down on the waterfront of Fremantle Harbour, the Victoria Quay precinct is home to the distinctive Western Australian Maritime Museum, the E Shed Markets, Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation and cafés.
The World Heritage Listed Fremantle Prison is open was once one of the most notorious prisons in the British Empire and now offers daily tours.
The Western Australian Museum's Shipwreck Galleries are recognised as the southern hemisphere's most significant maritime archaeology museum (closed for renovations during April/May 2015. Check their website for proposed opening date).
On the other side of town you'll find the Fremantle Arts Centre. It's a short walk from the CBD or jump on the free CAT bus and get off at stop # 8.
Download a copy of The Fremantle story magazine to keep up to date with all things Freo. In this edition our writers introduce you to ‘a taste of Freo’ highlighting new restaurants and bars. We uncover two emerging precincts on the outskirts of the city, the village style Wray Avenue and the gorgeous North Fremantle. There are some amazing discount vouchers too!
To get the full story on all there is to see and do in Fremantle check out Fremantle story.