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19 August 2021

You’ll see why Fremantle is a foodie’s paradise. Bustling restaurants serve flavours of the world fused in mouth-watering new ways. Our passionate chefs will tell you–the secret ingredient is a pinch of soul. Stop by our renowned breweries, distilleries and small bars for another taste of Fremantle.

Food fanatics are spoilt with an abundance of eateries, boutique bars and pubs from the famous Cappuccino Strip to the West End. North or South Fremantle also serve up plenty of atmosphere, with wonderful restaurants, small bars, and cafes.

Did you know we’re home of the craft brew revolution in Australia? If beer’s not your thing, check out our internationally award winning urban distillery or explore our funky small bar scene. Get started with some bar hop ideas, experience Freo’s Eat & Drink Tours or explore your way.

 

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BREWERIES & DISTILLERIES

Fremantle's breweries and distilleries are renowned from Little Creatures Brewery overlooking Fishing Boat Harbour to the best gin in the world at the Republic of Fremantle.
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CAFES

Mention Fremantle and the image it conjures up is of outdoor cafés. Known for its climate, its cuisine and its coffee, Fremantle was also the first place in Western Australia to bring alfresco dining into the heart of town.
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GOURMET PRODUCERS & PROVEDORES

Fremantle has always offered top notch, gourmet supplies and our beautiful boutique grocers; think bakeries, butchers-and-fishmongers, bottle shops, breweries-and- specialist wine stores.
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RESTAURANTS

The line-up of unique eateries with striking design, passionate chefs and seasonal cooking draw diners to our port city again and again.
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SMALL BARS & NIGHT LIFE

Fremantle has seen a proliferation of small bars and dram shops in recent years, each with a character and atmosphere all of their own.
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TRADITIONAL AUSSIE PUBS

Fremantle at the height of the gold rush period in the late 1800’s was bustling port city with a business district that included banks, custom houses, import and export businesses and accommodation was also known for its public houses or ‘pubs’ on almost every street corner.
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