Both Coral Street Cottage & Silver Street Studio are situated in a superb location in South Fremantle, Western Australia. South Fremantle's vibrant culinary hub is just at the end of our little street - and there is plenty to feed both body and soul.
Wholefoods & café has a huge range of organic foods and groceries
www.abhisbread.com Abhi’s bread – a German gourmet bakery.
Sevenergy Yoga Studio
is just a few metres up the road.
Heading South and just a little further down the street you come to Body Riches Massage Centre. Specialising in professional massage treatments and rejuvenation.
Only a short walk towards South beach, there is Sealanes – a wonderful fresh fish outlet www.sealanes.com.au
Take a five minute walk along Mews Road towards the Harbour and you come to Little Creatures www.littlecreatures - the famous boutique brewery and a good selection of harbour eateries.
Notre Dame University
Notre Dame University, the hospital, Fremantle Markets, the Round House, and the centre of Fremantle are just a short stroll from here.
There are numerous good eateries and cafes in South Fremantle. These include, Ootong and Lincoln, right at the end of our street, Aubergine's, The Roasting Warehouse, The Copper Chimney, Tasty's, and of course the iconic Italian Pizzeria and restaurant; Ruocco's.
Other specialty outlets including Ginger Morris and several other gift shops and galleries. A small Italian Supermarket, veggie market and an excellent butcher are within a short walk.
Catch the free CAT (bus) from the end of the street to Fremantle Arts Centre, have lunch on the lawns, see an exhibition and listen to court yard music. Visit other heritage sites - Fremantle Prison and the famous Fremantle Markets. The main line station is a short walk for those wishing to travel to Perth.
Public and Co.
Excellent Cuisine - Douro Road, South Fremantle
Maya Indian Restaurant and lounge bar www.mayarestaurant.com.au Best Indian Restaurant Australia , National Winner 2006, Gourmet Traveler 2009 –‘Top Ten Restaurants in WA’
Clancy’s Fish Pub
www.clancysfishpub.com.au A local haunt, vibrant decor, diverse crowd, fabulous fish, live music on Sundays – fun!
Bread in Common
Mrs Brown’s Wine Bar
www.mrs-brown-bar-north-fremantle in Queen Victoria Street, North Fremantle
Flipside Burger Bar next door – great for a burger and glass of wine after a film!
Some of the popular live music venues that we enjoy are Mojo’s, Clancy’s Fish Pub, Fly By Night Club and the Fremantle Arts Centre.
Take a short stroll to South Beach, The Fremantle Sailing Club and the Harbour, or if you don’t want to walk, catch the free CAT (bus) from the end of the street. Visit the famous Fremantle Markets, Fremantle Prison, The Roundhouse, WA Maritme Museum, The Ship Wrecks Museum, E-shed Markets and The Fremantle Arts Centre.
Have lunch on the lawns at the Arts Centre, see an exhibition - listen to court yard music. Discover the streetscapes and heritage buildings of Fremantle. Take a tour of Notre Dame University situated in the ‘ West End’. The main line station and Fremantle Hospital are also just a short walk away.
Built in 1897, Corner South Terrace and Henderson Street. Fresh produce, specialty food, art and craft, street buskers. Open Friday to Sunday.
Recently awarded World heritage status, origin as a convict goal in 1850s, closed as maximum security prison 1991. Daily tours of the prison, labyrinth of underground tunnels and torch lit ghost walks by night.
Constructed on Arthurs Head in 1830 as a prison and jailer’s residence, was first building of Swan River Colony. The tunnel below connected the whaling station on Bather’s Beach with the town centre.
Situated, Victoria Quay at the harbour mouth, has galleries exploring WA’s relationship with the sea and houses Australia 2, the HMAS Ovens submarine and Jon Sander’s Parry Endeavour. Impressive architecture. Celebration of and plaques honoring migrants to Australia.
Close to waterfront at Victoria Quay. International food court and local arts and craft.
West Australian Museum (The Shipwrecks Gallery)
Situated in Cliff Street within the 1850 Commissariat Building. Foremost maritime archaeology museum in the southern hemisphere, houses shipwrecks and relics such as Batavia (1629 and Zuytdorp.
Fremantle Art’s Centre
Located in Finnerty Street opposite the Leisure Centre and is popular for its contemporary art exhibitions, evening musical events, café food, and courtyard music on Sunday afternoons.
The City of Fremantle
Renovated 19 th Century heritage buildings include the Moore’s Building on Henry Street, now a contemporary art gallery, the National Hotel, Fremantle Hotel, Orient Hotel, Rosie O’Gradys and the Esplanade Hotel.
Walk or cycle to South Beach and further south to CY O’Connor Beach and beyond. The beaches are safe for swimming, picnic and barbeque facilities are available and the South beach café beside landscaped lawns is a welcoming replenishment stop.
There are views of the Fremantle Sailing Club, Boat Harbour and offshore islands. To sample more beach life head north of the river to Leighton, Cottesloe and beyond.
Catch the Rottnest Express ferry from Fremantle. Explore the island with hired bikes, snorkel, dive or surf off any of the 63 beaches, encounter the islands fauna and flora such as the quokka and experience the island’s 6,500 years of history, notably the Aboriginal, colonial, maritime and military heritage. Various eateries are available.