Fremantle Markets, Fremantle

Categories: Flea Markets, Landmarks, Shopping, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web
Snoop around Fremantle Markets to buy indigenous souvenirs like boomerangs and didgeridoos. Explore the 150 vibrant shops and discover why the market was listed in the Register of Heritage Places. Built in 1897, the market is lined with small shops selling crafts in the indoor hall and fresh produce in outdoor yard. Walk past street performers and enter the market through the ornate stone arches. The rough washed limestone of the walls and the high iron roof add to the charm. A walk at the market is a good way to spend a rainy day since it is covered. Try the kangaroo jerky. Put Fremantle Markets into our Fremantle holiday planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Great place - a mix of the unusual and the comfort of good food - right in the heart of Freo opp the Sail and Anchor 
  • I haven't been to Fremantle for years because it always seems so far away. But we just went on the weekend and it was so worth the visit. Their fruit and veg section is great, lovely bakery there too....  read more »
  • There is a good variety of good available at reasonable prices. The fruit and vegetables were very fresh and relatively cheap. There are plenty of good eateries as well. Service at the stalls was frie...  read more »
  • It's a market. There is street food, I consider a plus. There is also a lot of tacky junk. There was a photography studio with some nice shots. Sooooo much food and some really good buskers. All up it was ok and an interesting tourist stop.
  • One of the go-to places in Fremantle if you are a foodie. Choose between Outback Grill, Charcoal burgers, Viet banh mi, turkish borek, bratwurst hotdogs and flavoured coffee beans. The spinach and feta borek we had was very generous, and easiky fed two people. The Bratwurst dog was tasty and the addition of the sauerkraut and caramalised onion hit the spot. I tried the tiramisu coffee, and while it wasn’t strong, there was the subtle hint of the italian dessert on the palate. There area also trinkets and a fresh fruit and vege market as expected. This is one of the stops for the town's Tram tour as well.
  • Lovely place to visit for all sorts of different things. I will admit the coffee store down in the fruit & veg section is pretty spectacular. The service from all the stall owners are fantastic. I love spending my weekends here!
  • Wonderful place. Great atmosphere with both a farmers market and flee market. Very pretty and right on the coast. Great prices on the markets. Several restaraunts and many gift shops.
  • Not as big as I had expected. But still a good place to find local fresh produces. The fruits are really fresh but not very sweet. But for first time visitors to Perth Australia. I will say it is a place you need to visit and experience for yourself.
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