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Fremantle, Western Australia

Historic buildings on Fremantle's streets

Photo August 2007
Photos and information submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

Approximately 25 kilometres south of Perth, Fremantle has long been known as Western Australia�s second city.

Gary Pope
August 2007.

Freemantle has great history and plenty to see - whether it be the great streetscapes of the old township, or the views taken by boat down from nearby capital city of Perth along the Swan River. Whilst fondly remembered for winning the America's Cup and putting yachting and sailing clearly on the agenda for the city's successful boating industry, it is the adjacent historical port and township area that is of equal interest to visitors. Many days can be spent enjoying the museums, forts and historic buildings that line every street of the this wonderful city.

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