FANTASTIC FREO SHOPPING PRECINCTS
High Street, Fremantle
Enjoy the laid back and welcoming atmosphere of High Street, Fremantle while you explore a wonderful array of shops. From markets and pop up shops, quirky vintage, antique and retro, organic or sustainably sourced, handmade or locally designed products, fashion, souvenirs and gifts.
Make time to also visit MANY 6160 which is a new concept department store located just off High Street in King's Square inside the old Myer building offering men's and women's designer fashion, street wear, vintage fashion, skin care, exhibitions, a hair salon and a café.
Fremantle Markets, Fremantle
The famous Fremantle Markets, established in 1897, is a must for shopping. With over 150 stalls, including, jewellery, and quirky gifts it’s a fascinating fusion of music, art and culture, the home of local designers and quality gifts.
Wray Avenue, South Fremantle
Wray Avenue has long been popular with locals and visitors for its unique and special "freo" vibe. It is the perfect location to escape the hustle and bustle and indulge in some retail therapy with quirky new cafes, alternative bars, stunning fashion and homewares shops.
George Street, East Fremantle
The gorgeous and iconic George Street in North Fremantle is classified as a historic precinct and has a lot to offer from incredible restaurants and iconic bars, to super trendy hairdressers and awesome boutiques that all add extra character to the street.
George Street is unique and offers a personal shopping experience where you are spoilt for choice and an array of fun places stop and enjoy a meal, coffee or glass of wine.
FIND GENUINE & RARE INDIGENOUS ARTWORK & SOUVENIRS
This is where you can buy, learn to play or find out how a genuine didgeridoo is made. They are Australia's largest didgeridoo teaching school running weekly didgeridoo courses at the shop and giving people the opportunity to learn this incredible and ancient instrument. Find this shop at 6 Market St Freo.
Japingka Art Gallery
Japingka Gallery is a specialist Aboriginal art gallery with a presence in Fremantle since 1984. The gallery presents a broad cross-section of Aboriginal art from leading artists and regions. The stockrooms hold a great selection of 4000 Aboriginal artworks which have all been ethically sourced. They are located at 47 High St on two levels of a heritage 1880's warehouse building in Fremantle's historic West End.
Aboriginart are an indigenous fine art gallery specialising in collectable contemporary paintings ethically sourced from the Central & Western Desert regions of Australia. Australian indigenous art is steeped in a proud and wonderful history. Each magnificent painting depicts a story or ‘dreaming’ inspired by a rich tapestry of cultures and customs dating back to hundreds of centuries ago. They are located at 6 Elder Place, opposite the train station in Fremantle.
DISCOVER UNIQUE LOCAL FURNITURE
Located in North Fremantle, Jarrahcorp offers an opportunity for local, interstate and international visitors to view Australian fine furniture, fine art and woodcraft of the highest quality. They exhibit furniture concepts from traditional to contemporary and by special order. Many of the pieces created are often made from timber reclaimed from old structures or ancient logs salvaged from the forest floor.
SOME MORE TIPS!
Discover fashion and homewares at Willow & The Bowerbird, Iridescent Sea, Ginger & Morris, Kate & Abel, Morrison, South of The Border, The Vintage Delhi and A Maize Homewares.
Stunning jewellery at Kailis Australian Pearls and fabulous antiques at Churchills Antiques. Classic and edgy furniture at East West Design, Brooke Furniture Gallery, Kartique, Port Jarrah Furniture, Verge, Squarepeg and a fantastic retro range at Concrete Swan.
And, if you love cooking pop into The Home Provedore and immerse yourself in all things cooking and baking.