Fremantle Market, Fremantle
Fremantle Market, Fremantle - Address, Phone Number
Address: Corner South Terrace & Henderson Street, Fremantle WA 6160, Australia
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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About Fremantle Market, Fremantle
The Fremantle markets are a collection of the eclectic and the artsy, one can find some of the best souvenirs and local produce here. The atmosphere is bustling with energy and the eyes are treated with colorful, quaint sights. The ambience is lifted with music and joyous faces that come to escape in the glory of these historic markets. Situated in a historic building with beautiful Victorian architecture, one can find almost anything that can be sold here.
How To reach Fremantle Market by Public Transport
- Transperth buses will take you to Fremantle leaving from various stands in St Georges Terrace via Stirling Highway or the bus port via Canning Highway.
Restaurants Near Fremantle Market
- Zapatas Mexican
- The Market Bar
- The Monk
- Pink Rice
- Mexican kitchen
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Fremantle Market, Fremantle Reviews - Write a Review
As one of the must do activities in Fremantle, it really does live up to its hype. A large scale market comprising of a huge array of sellers with a wide range of goods. There are dedicated food areas, gifts and take out food. The markets are renowned for being a launch location of many famous West Australian brands. The venue can get quite packed and it gets hot and sticky inside quite fast, but it's good fun and the vendors are entertaining. It's worth noting that towards the end of the day the food market begins to reduce the cost of their goods in an attempt to flog the remainder, you may well find a bargain.
If you like bumping shoulder to shoulder with tonnes of other people that are all shuffling around window shopping for gifts and nick knacks that nobody needs, then this is the place for you! The best part about the markets is seeing it from the outside. But to be fair, I personally dislike markets. Really, there is a fair selection of stuff in here, friendly merchants that probably won’t rip you off. And some decent food stalls too. So if that’s your thing, go nuts! Enjoy! Most people probably do. My recommendation, however, is to tell your family to go and enjoy the markets for a few hours and then meet you at the Sail and Anchor next door when they are done. By then, you’ll be three pints in and in a much happier mood than they will be.
Always busy but always great place to shop. Fresh veggies and fruits and so many things you can buy. Historic place and atmosphere is amazing.
Great place for a weekend shopping that is less conventional. The food at the markets is fantastic, lots of little authentic places. You can find souvenirs, shoes, beauty products, and lots lots more at the markets.
Bratwurst roll for breakfast, fresh fresh squeezed orange juice $15 all up, best value for money, sat out in the sunshine watching fellow bargain hunters stroll in, happily passing comments to each other. Children friendly seating an Face painting Fairies ready to weave their Magic to the delight of youngsters and Parents alike. Amazing array of fruit, sweets and savory delights from all over the world.