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Cool Fremantle souvenirs

03 June 2022

It’s been 3 months since WA opened its borders to everyone and we’re so excited that tourists are finding their way back to Freo. Our beautiful beaches, heritage buildings, friendly hospitality and laid-back vibes make Fremantle an attraction option for visitors to WA.

Are your family and friends already lining up to stay? When they arrive, follow our inspiration and help them find mementos and gifts that are as quirky and unique as our port city!

flatlay of colourful gifts and souvenirs

Pictured: Mars Awakening by HM Waugh ($16.99) – Paper Bird, Frothy tote bag ($15) – Gage Roads Freo, ‘Gage Roads Freo’ recycled apparel t-shirt ($40) – Gage Roads Freo, The Emu Who Ran Through the Sky by Helen Milroy ($22.99) – Paper Bird, Budgy smuggler ($60) – Gage Roads Freo, Our Country Ancient Wonders by Mark Greenwood ($26.99) – Paper Bird, Across the Risen Sea by Bren Macdibble ($16.99) – Paper Bird, FR/EO lightning cap ($39.99) – Compendium Design Store, Moko Dingo magnet ($4) – Corner Store, Emu hand puppet ($58.95) – Paper Bird, Mokoh enamel ‘Fremantle sardines’ mug ($28) – Corner Store, Mokoh dingo kids’ t-shirt ($25) – Corner Store,  Cloud selector ($20) – Chart and Map Shop

flatlay of colourful gifts and souvenirs

Pictured: How to Enjoy Wildflowers by Jim Barrow ($24) – Chart and Map Shop, Tea towel IKuntji Artists ($15) – Oz Australia, West of the Rest sweater ($75) – Compendium Design Store, Akubra Traveller hat ($207) – Oz Australia, Jellycat medium koala ($49.95) – Corner Store, Empire therapeutic hand cream eucalyptus and lavender ($12) – Corner Store, Sally Browne floral heat pack ($39.95) and eye mask ($15) – Corner Store, Sole ceramic vase ($120) – Compendium Design Store, Sugar glider possum puppet ($59.95) – Paper Bird, Bamboo travel mug ($30) – Chart and Map Shop, Natural rope crab ($70) – Chart and Map Shop, Spirit All Wrapped Up wrapping paper set (26.95) – Corner Store

A little about the stores

  • Chart and Map Shop (68L High St): If you’ve dreamed of adventures, step inside this well-stocked West End store and discover nautical charts, maps and books, plus so much more related to travel, boating and the outdoors.
  • Compendium Design Store (49A High St): Uniquely curated and designed items sourced from local and international vendors. Find watches, stationery, books, periodicals, accessories and gift ideas alongside official classic Tintin collectables and books.
  • Corner Store (147 South St): Furniture, homewares, gifts and clothes (men’s, women’s, babies) for discerning shoppers.
  • Gage Roads Freo (A Shed, Peter Hughes Drive): A big old heritage listed shed overlooking the ports. Browse their awesome mementos then sit by the water and watch iconic container ships go by.
  • Oz Australia (56 Market St): Not just a clothes store, it’s an icon of Australian style. Find a massive range of Australian souvenirs, giftware, and apparel – and great customer service.
  • Paper Bird (​42 Henry St): A dynamic children’s cultural hub which has evolved with writers, story tellers and illustrators to deliver workshops, kids book clubs, book launches and discussion panels.