The Fremantle Markets, built in 1897, continue to be a center of activity on the weekends. There are approximately 140 ... More
The Fremantle Markets, built in 1897, continue to be a center of activity on the weekends. There are approximately 140 permanent and 40 casual stallholders offering a diverse collection of goods and services; all housed in the original market premises. This is not just a tourist market but also a local shopping haunt with a dynamic group of resident personalities. A stop at the Fremantle Markets is a must, not only for the shopping experience but for the entertainment factor as well. Buskers abound inside the markets and out. See website for information on seasonal timings.
I went to Fremantle 3 seperate times while serving in the armed forces.The people in this city were so friendly I didnt want to leave!The cost of things there were a bit high but nothing is anymore!One day I will go back!I love this place!
Established in 1928 by fishmongers GP Kailis, this market is a local institution inducted into the Western Australian Tourism Hall
of Fame. Always a hub of activity, Kailis' offer a takeaway or eat in menu, a bar, dessert bar ...
Barrack Street Jetty sits on the Swan River in central Perth. Barrack Street Jetty, also known as the Old Perth
Port, offers more than a ferry terminal. An historic boat shed sits alongside a thriving collection of cafes, shops, ...
Elizabeth's Bookshop is a world of secondhand books, comics and magazines. There is an aged feel to the stores that
is both authentic and charming. There is a wide range of titles; from crime fiction, war fiction, western, horror ...
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