With a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere that encourages prolonged browsing, the New Edition Bookshop lies in the heart of the ... More
New Edition Bookshop
With a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere that encourages prolonged browsing, the New Edition Bookshop lies in the heart of the Fremantle cappuccino strip. Drop by late evening after a coffee with old friends. Categories include art, history and current affairs, photography, fiction, critical theory and gender studies, performing arts, travel, classics, philosophy and religion, travel, Australia, personal development, gardening and cookery, with a special section dedicated to books published by the Fremantle Arts Center Press. A selection of greeting cards and wrapping paper is also available.
We had visited New edition in its previous location and were really upset to think it had closed down. However, we then found it had relocated just around the corner to swanky new premises.
This is a bookshop clearly run by booklovers. Lots of books in sections on art/design, poetry, literature, but also Australiana, children's books, local guides.
Has comfortable armchairs where you can settle down to browse, and excellent layout so you keep finding new sections, just when you think you have exhausted the material.
If you are a booklover visiting Fremantle, this is a must.
This is the single GREATEST bookshop in the western world that I have come across to date, and I have been to many a bookshop. The tipping point for this bookshop is that it had a copy of Creepy Susie And 13 Other Tragic Tales For Troubled Children, which I have never been able to find anywhere else. THANKYOU NEW EDITION
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