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New projects in 2023-24



New projects on the way

View the below list of projects we're delivering through the 2023–24 budget to help transform Fremantle into a more vibrant city.

More parking

Provisions for more parking in the Fremantle CBD.
View of Hilton Park with people walking on grassed field

Better sporting and community facilities

Master plan for Hilton Park to guide a new sports precinct.
Kid on scooter smiling

Support for youth

New grants and plans to engage youth in our community.
Drone image of road resurfacing featuring truck and workers

Increasing maintenance programs

Improving our roads, footpaths and drainage across Fremantle.
Aerial view of Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour with cranes in background

New direction for Fremantle

A city urban design plan to help increase density and map other land uses.

Fremantle Arts Centre improvements

Repairs and refurbishments to the iconic Fremantle Arts Centre.

Planned building maintenance funding increased

Proactive funding to better maintain buildings.
Hilary Rumley ready to use the new beach matting at Leighton Beach

Improving accessibility at favourite places

New matting and beach wheelchairs for South Beach and portable steps at Fremantle Leisure Centre.
View of Leighton Beach with cranes in the backdrop

Ongoing key projects

See the below list of exciting projects taking shape across Fremantle.

North Fremantle Bowling Club upgrades

Upgrades are underway at the North Fremantle Bowling Club to improve the community facility.

Urban Forest Plan

We're continuing to grow our urban forest with a comprehensive program of tree and shrub planting city-wide.

Fremantle Public Golf Course community facility

A new community clubhouse is planned for the revamped Fremantle Public Golf Course.
Walyalup Koort street lights

Lighting at Walyalup Koort and Henderson Street

New lighting is being installed through Walyalup Koort and Henderson Street for a safer, more connected CBD.
Vacant site with mulch in White Gum Valley

Nannine Commons Concept Design

The City is exploring options to reimagine the space known as Nannine Common, located on the site of the former Mens Shed in White Gum Valley.
Leighton Beach reserve with bike rider

Leighton Beach playground

A new playground is coming to Leighton Beach Reserve, with consultation undertaken in 2022 and budget allocated in 2023–24 for construction.

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