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Spending a few days in Fremantle is an absolute must.
Just a 20-minute drive from Perth’s city centre, Freo, as it’s known by locals, is a vibrant port city you can’t miss.
Situated at the mouth of the Swan River, the multi-cultural city has a charm of its own, setting it apart from the rest of Perth.
Fremantle has world-famous heritage buildings and a fascinating maritime and convict history.
And it boasts the best-preserved example of a 19th century port streetscape in the world.
Essential stops on the history trail include WA’s earliest convict jail, the Roundhouse, Fremantle Prison and WA Maritime Museum.
Freo has retained its authenticity, anything-goes attitude and creativity.
It’s also a shopaholic’s heaven.
Browse through crafts, clothes, jewellery, food and curios in the bustling Fremantle Markets.
Or stop for a pint at a heritage pub to watch the buskers.
Don’t miss trendy High Street for fashion from local designers, art galleries and Aboriginal crafts and homewares.
Amble along the back streets past dockworkers’ cottages, warehouses converted into trendy apartments and off-the-beaten track local haunts.
Most of all, Freo is all about soaking up the laid-back ambience.
Chill out in street cafes on South Terrace with the locals.
Sample cuisine from all corners of the globe.
Enjoy fish and chips fresh off the boat at Fishing Boat Harbour or a pale ale at an award winning microbrewery.
Watch the town transform at night when the street cafes, bars and nightclubs crank up.
Accommodation-wise, there are plenty of backpacker’s hostels, B & B’s, self-catering cottages and hotels to choose from.
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