Fremantle Markets, Fremantle

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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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  • The Fremantle Market is a 5-10 minutes walk from Fremantle train station. However there is also a free blue CAT bus from the station that stops in front of the market. Easily convenient to get there. ...  more »
  • The markets are always an exciting place to adventure into, one never knows what one will find. There is plenty to browse through in this market.  more »
  • Fremantle is a nice enough market with a wide variety of foods trinkets and usual market stuff. However it's on the smaller side (similar to Adelaide). Don't spend too much time there because the stre...  more »
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  • Fun market set in the heart of Fremantle. Lots of stalls to browse around and a healthy amount of food stores too. You can eat here, shop here and purchase perishables as well. There's only minimal seating if you do decide to grab something to eat, but its worth doing as there are a few real gems in here. I especially loved the South American fare, close to one of the entrances, it was delicious!
  • Lots of little international food stations to eat various meals. I had paleo or raw food wrap and cake - delicious! Very colourful and quite few unseen things to buy. Well worth it
  • A historic place and great for buying Australian souvenirs fresh produce freshly prepared food etc. Couldn't find anything I wanted to by unfortunately. A lot of stuff was typical market fair exciting to look at but once you get it home it just gets lost in the back corner of a cupboard
  • An interestic eclectic mix. From snacks, fresh fruits, coffee, ramen, to typical market trinklets and australian souvenirs. It's a bit of everything and makes for a nice walking trip through on a weekend.
  • Great for fresh fruit & veg, yummy snacks & tea & spices. There are lots of other things too; art, clothing, footwear, hats, bags, jewellery & body care. There is also a great coffee place right in the centre ☕