Fremantle has a great mix of new and completely refurbished quality hotels including boutique and larger family style serviced apartments. Many offer spectacular ocean and river views and all are within walking distance of entertainment precincts, cafés & restaurants.
The venues in Fremantle are diverse, hotels with full conference facilities for a fully self-contained program, stylish executive boardrooms in the heritage listed West End or modernist light filled spaces overlooking the working harbour.
There are plenty of options after the business of the day is complete. In 2017, Tourism Western Australia research ranked Fremantle as Perth’s favourite place to visit for entertainment. It’s the home of alfresco dining in Western Australia, and in 2016, Bathers Beach House became the first ever licenced beach area in Australia. Performance, arts and live music presented in open air venues, parks and public spaces throughout the city creates a vibrant city for everyone to enjoy.
World class beaches, stunning coastline and top surf spots are within easy access. Tours leaving Fremantle offer visitors a rare opportunity to see giants of the sea, the Blue Whales. Rottnest Island, home of the famous Quokka, is a 25 minute ferry ride from Fremantle and a new second ferry service to the island makes it even more accessible.
All of this with the iconic attractions of Fremantle Markets, WA Maritime Museum, WA Shipwrecks Museum and the World Heritage listed Fremantle Prison, Fremantle is the perfect destination to host your meetings, incentive groups, conferences or events.
The City of Fremantle considers sponsorship for events that will contribute positively to the image of the City and are aligned to the City’s values, strategic intent and or demonstrate benefits for the Fremantle community. For more information refer to the policy - event sponsorship.
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