Suburb Profiles.


East Fremantle


Immediately inland (east) of Fremantle, East Fremantle became the natural location to accommodate the housing needs of growing Fremantle community. Comprising of 4 “wards’, each with its own unique historical significance, East Fremantle was declared a Municipality on April 2nd 1897. East Fremantle enjoys a rich mix of architecture and incomparable access to port, river and sea.

Schools and Institutions.

Richmond Primary School
Windsor Rd, East Fremantle
9339 5055
www.richmondps.wa.edu.au

East Fremantle Primary
8 Forrest Street, Fremantle
9335 3647
www.efps.com.au

Restaurants and Cafes.

Alder & Co
88 George St

Young George
48 George St
6424 9500
www.younggeorge.com.au

Zephyr Café
61 Riverside Rd
9438 2800
www.zephyrcafe.com.au

George Street Quarters
73 George St
9339 6352
www.georgestquarters.com

Limones Restaurant
77 George St (corner of Sewell St)
9319 1440
www.limones.com.au

The Kiosk
123 Beach Street
thekioskfremantle.com.au

May St Lader
6161 0371
www.maystreetlader.com.au

 

 

 

What we love.

  • The vibrant village atmosphere of “George Street” and the Plympton Ward
  • The Left bank and Tradewinds (Plympton Hotel) - institutions.
  • Family “gatherings” at the Swan Yacht Club and East Fremantle Sailing Club
  • Walks along Riverside Drive
  • The expansive hillside playing fields with unrestricted city, river and ocean views