Fremantle Arts Centre
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A well-preserved 1888 colonial home, owned by the National Trust but not currently open to the public.
Fremantle Grammar School
Built as an Anglican public school in 1885.
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Freo's best cafe is stylishly concealed in the Fremantle Arts Centre with a diverse menu channelling Middle Eastern, Spanish and North...
Fremantle Arts Centre information
Lonely Planet review
An impressive neo-Gothic building surrounded by lovely elm-shaded gardens, the Fremantle Arts Centre was constructed by convict labourers as a lunatic asylum in the 1860s. Saved from demolition in the 1960s, it houses interesting exhibitions and the excellent Canvas cafe. During summer there are concerts, courses and workshops.