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Wikidata logo. Wikidata item Q606212: Fremantleport city in Western Australia
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Commons category
  • Fremantle, Western Australia
  • Australia
coordinate location
  • 115.74762537009°, -32.054229516383°
located in the administrative territorial entity
  • City of Fremantle
topic's main category
  • Category:Fremantle
instance of
  • port settlement
category for people born here
  • Category:People born in Fremantle
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Commons gallery
  • Fremantle, Western Australia
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named after
  • Charles Fremantle
  • +1829-00-00T00:00:00Z
different from
  • Fremantle
  • City of Fremantle
  • Freemantle
elevation above sea level
  • +1
postal code
  • 6160
category of associated people
  • Category:People from Fremantle
category for people who died here
  • [No label]
category of people buried here
  • Category:Burials at Fremantle Cemetery
official name
  • Fremantle
native label
  • Fremantle
described by source
  • Encyclopædia Britannica 11th edition

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  1. It looks like they had to demolish the end wall of the power station for some reason:

    I guess to get equipment in or something? But it seems like rather a large oversight when it’s a brand new building!

  2. The Dellers Cafe

    What a wild, wonderful, challenging and rewarding two years it’s been. We have met, and been supported by, so many amazing people and shared many tales over tasty coffees☕

    The time has come for us to move on from our little hidden oasis and take a break from coffee shop life for a while. It’s an exciting feeling for us and whilst not a decision made lightly it’s what’s right for our little family right now.

    Our last day will be this Friday the 11th so come by for one last hoorah. A massive shoutout must go to the superstar @emtangles, thankyou so much for everything, and thanks again for everyone’s support 🙏

    Lucy, Michael & Mae

  3. An evening with Peter Newman — converging Fremantle stories.

    Peter Newman has been a part of the Fremantle community since 1974 and has been active in many local issues ever since, particularly saving the railway and stopping freeways through the city and suburbs. He is a Professor of Sustainability at Curtin University and is the Co-ordinating Lead Author for the UN’s IPCC on Transport. In recent years he has been recognised with an Order of Australia and the WA Scientist of the Year but Peter wants to reflect on what it has been like being a part of the Fremantle community with his family over the past decades.

  4. The file that is attached to this post.

    SAVE THE DATE >> Saturday, 7th November 2020 | Club Marine Fremantle Harbour Classic

    FREE SPECTATOR EVENT // All boats entry by invitation only.

    The Fremantle Harbour comes alive when some of the State’s biggest racing boats put on a display of skill and daring maneuvers in the annual Club Marine Fremantle Harbour Classic.

    This amazing spectacle is the only sailing event of its kind and this year marks a celebration of 100 years of Fremantle Sailing Club. It is Perth’s best of the best invitational races. A ‘Pursuit Race’ in the confined Fremantle Inner Harbour showcasing exceptional sailing and excitement at every turn.


    The event has great historical significance considering that the first yacht was introduced after World War II, back in 1946 – the first year of the traditional Challenge Race. The race was contested by entrants from both Fremantle Sailing Club and East Fremantle Yacht Club (formerly Melville Yacht Club). In December 1947, discussions took place between the two clubs and the Rockingham Progress Association which resulted in the birth of this fantastic event now known as the Fremantle Harbour Classic.

    A perpetual trophy made from the binnacle off the SS Sultan, the first steamship into Fremantle Harbour, was introduced and carries the names of the winners since 1991. The Port was the body of water Fremantle Sailing Club (FSC) called home previous to its current location. FSC is adjacent to the world famous Gage Roads where the 1987 America’s Cup was held. The race has both tradition and history.

    This dynamic event is free to the public. Spectators can take advantage of the bird’s eye views which are available from many quayside vantage points within the Fremantle Harbour. Come and see some of the greatest competitors this state has to offer.