See it in Freo

Explore Fremantle’s natural and built heritage for yourself

Dive down the streets and alleyways to discover locations and landmarks featured in the exhibition Fremantle Then & Now: Historical Panoramas. A celebration of the changes and legacy of Fremantle, don’t miss this incredible exhibition at the Maritime Museum until 19 February 2023.

Fremantle photographers Nixon & Merrilees operated their photography studio on William Street, Fremantle from 1893 to about 1900.

Hougoumont was the last convict ship to transport convicts to Western Australia.

The Fremantle West End Heritage Area is one of the largest ever additions to the State Register of Heritage Places.

Walk to the top of Arthur Head and take in the sweeping, panoramic views over Fremantle.

Across the river mouth, a natural limestone rockbar once separated the ocean from the fresh water.

The Oberon class Submarine HMAS Ovens is an authentic Cold War-era vessel situated on Fremantle's historic World War Two submarine slipway.

Working with Nyoongar Elders and community members, Elders Len Collard and Geri Hayden led decoding workshops that used local knowledge, language, memories and stories to capture the landscape.

Top image: Courtesy Curtin HIVE