Equally appealing to both tourists and locals, Fremantle Markets remains one of the finest shopping destinations in Western Australia. Bringing together over a century of history and heritage, the markets now host over 150 stalls run by craftspeople, vegetable growers, food producers, fashion designers, and merchants. Look for the fresh produce section to stock up on tasty treats and snacks, or head straight for the food court to have your fill of globally popular street specialties.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. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Fremantle holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Fremantle Markets and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
Fremantle Markets Reviews
I loved the dried meat and fruit we got here. Also we got some cheese and meat pies for a nice little picnic! Get the kensington pride mango! I should have bought more biltong strips. hours vary by da... more »
It is a great product mix. So pleasant to visit a market that is not geared towards the international tourism mass market. Long may it stay just as it is, please. more »
The iconic Fremantle Markets is a must do activity for any tourist and is always popular with the locals. It has a great atmosphere, you can find an eclectic mix of arts & crafts, a massive range of fresh fruit and vegetables, variety items and amazing food stalls. There’s some great bargains on Sunday afternoon when the fruiterers sell out their produce. Highly recommended 👍
Undergoing a personality upgrade. Still, its bumpy-bumpy busy with yummy food and produce market. Be warned: there exists one fresh produce store that accepts cash only. Fair place to buy souvenirs - just make sure you've got plenty of money because items are expensive. Good part is that the buskers on the outside keep it alive or the "play it yourself" piano inside.
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