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The expression ‘bought in Fremantle of course’ says something about the unique nature of a shopping experience in the port city.

Visitors can expect to find a range of unique, independent boutiques and shops alongside mainstream chain stores all within a traditional High Street format and set amongst the stunning heritage architecture of Fremantle.

The main city precinct is home to several arcades offering vintage and retro fashion, exquisite jewellery, hand crafted gift items, bookstores, galleries and studios. Other precincts worth exploring include Wray Avenue, South Fremantle, North Fremantle and East Fremantle’s George Street.

MANY 6160 is a new concept department store in King’s Square in the old Myer building that offers men’s and women’s designer fashion, street wear, vintage fashion, skin care, exhibitions, a hair salon, cafe and much more.

Fremantle is open seven days a week. Some smaller boutiques have varied opening hours. Late night trading is on Friday night to 9 pm.

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!

There are numerous treasures to be uncovered by shoppers among Fremantle’s retail landscape. For the full Fremantle shopping story head over to Fremantle story.

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