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Fremantle Markets

Henderson St Fremantle , WA 6160

The Fremantle Markets is one of the city’s most iconic and visited places. Located at the southern end of the Cappuccino Strip the markets is housed in a grand Victorian-era heritage building that was constructed in 1902 and completely restored in 1975. It was then added to the Western Australian Register of Heritage Places.

To learn more about the history of Fremantle Markets download a copy of their Heritage Trail.

Over 150 stalls under one roof take up almost the entire city block that is bounded by Parry Street, South Terrace, William Street and Henderson Street Mall. There are several entrances to the markets, the main ones are off Henderson Street Mall, South Terrace and Parry Street.

Inside the main building visitors can browse an eclectic variety of market permanent and casual market stalls selling every kind of market ware you can imagine, from handmade soaps, hand printed t-shirts, souvenirs, local artworks to jewellery and giftware, music, fashion, shoes and exquisite antiques and collectables.

At the William Street end visitors will find some of the best and freshest fruit and vegetables, fresh bread, tasty morsels and fresh flowers.

The outdoor area between the inside permanent stalls and the fresh produce is known as the Yard. Visitors can enjoy a huge range of culinary delights, sample local produce, have a massage or simply enjoy the atmosphere and the flavour of the markets.

Musicians, acrobats, jugglers, magicians, comedians and more perfect their performance and skills by busking at various pitches inside and outside the markets.

For more information visit the Fremantle Story website.

Fremantle is also home Western Australia’s only waterside market, the E Shed Markets. Located right on the waterfront of Fremantle Harbour E Shed Market is home to dozens of market stalls and a great variety of cuisine in the food court under the roof of an historic warehouse on Victoria Quay.

For more information visit the Fremantle Story website.

Friday 8 am-8 pm
Saturday 8 am-6 pm
Sunday 8 am-6 pm

Subject to change, check website for details.

Free entry

Disabled access
Parking
Public toilets

Antiques
Buskers
Cafe's and takeaway food
Fashion and jewellery
Fresh produce
Fresh bread
Local designer and craft
Shopping
Small bar
Souvenirs

Location

Fremantle Visitor Centre | Website : www.visitfremantle.com.au | Telephone number : +618 9431 7878