Tradition. Foreshore. Fish and Chips.
The town of East Fremantle was created in 1897. Bounded to the north and west by the Swan River, many residents enjoy magnificent water views and an Australian lifestyle more common in times gone by.
There is space for children to play, walking trails, a sense of history and community. The Town has encouraged the retention of heritage homes, gardens and streetscapes.
With a close connection to its maritime heritage, the area is well known for its stunning foreshore, yacht clubs, restaurants, bars and cafes. A street festival in George Street is a highlight every year around December.
East Fremantle has several sporting clubs within its boundaries. The East Fremantle Sharks boast more than 100 years of football tradition- along with North Fremantle, they play in the Western Australian Football League (WAFL). Other sporting options include bowling, cricket, croquet, lacrosse, lawn tennis and rowing.
- Distance to the CBD: kms
- Distance to the beach: kms
- Distance to Perth Airport: kms
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- Median weekly house price rentals 3 bed 2 bath: $
- Transport: Tranperth: Bus services, Train Station
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- Median age of residents (2011 census)
- Median weekly household income (2011 census): $
- Best Coffee: Juice