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Fremantle Attractions


World War I Memorial
North Fremantle
The World War I Memorial on Monument Hill in Fremantle is surrounded by beautiful rose gardens and well maintained lawns. It offers almost 360-degree views of Fremantle, and is an ideal vantage point to look out over Fremantle Harbour and Garden Island.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations;
Western Australian Museum - Shipwreck Galleries
Fremantle
Discover tales of exploration, survival, mutiny and rebellion at the Western Australian Museum - Shipwreck Galleries.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections;
Western Australian Museum - Maritime
Fremantle
Looking out over the majestic Indian Ocean, the Western Australian Museum - Maritime is symbolic of Fremantle
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections;
West End
Rottnest Island
West End is located on the western most Point of Rottnest Island. It is a rugged piece of coastline, which unlike the rest of the island is not so calm and peaceful. Here you can gaze across the Indian Ocean and view the magnificent waves forming, a paradise for surfers.
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Categories: Natural Attractions;
Wadjemup Lighthouse
Rottnest Island
Wadjemup Lighthouse, in the centre of the island, was constructed in 1896. Standing at approximately 38 metres, it is the fourth tallest lighthouse in Australia and replaced the original 20 metre structure built in 1849 by Aboriginal prisoners. Three other buildings in the Wadjemup precinct, including the Signal Station, the Battery Observation Post and the Women's Royal Australian Navy Service, are intact and linked by self-guided interpretive signage.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations;
Vlamingh Lookout
Rottnest Island
Vlamingh Lookout, named after the Dutch navigator Williem de Vlamingh, who landed in Rottnest Island in 1696, is located on the eastern part of Rottnest Island.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations;
The Round House Precinct
Fremantle
The Round House Precinct is the oldest surviving public building in Western Australia. It was built as a gaol and was the first permanent building in the colony. It was designed by HW Reveley, the colony's first civil engineer, and built in 1830.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations;
The Left Bank
East Fremantle
Situated on the beautiful Swan River in East Fremantle, The Left Bank will leave you feeling relaxed and revived. A heritage site, this magnificently restored building that now is The Left Bank was once a two storey mansion built in 1889. After opening its doors in 1990 as The Left Bank Cafe, Bar and Restaurant the hotel soon became the popular venue that it is today.
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Categories: Dining and Eating Out;
The Fremantle Mussel Bar
Fremantle
The Fremantle Mussel Bar Restaurant sits directly over the water in Fremantle
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Categories: Dining and Eating Out;

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