8 William Street, Fremantle, Perth
Lovers of old buildings will be inspired by the free style interpretation of classical architecture evident in the Fremantle Town Hall. Home to the tourist office on the ground floor, it is a great spot to start your walking tour of Fremantle.
The Italian-style architecture was designed by the well-known Melbourne architects Grainger and D'Ebro with a richly decorated tower and steep mansard roof, the building also features a black swan which is the emblem of Western Australia.
Officially opened in 1887, it has been fully restored to its original grandeur. Fremantle is a thriving cultural hub with a diversity of beautiful buildings with richly decorated façades.
Wander the streets and enjoy historic sites such as the Roundhouse, Fremantle Prison and The Markets. Just a thirty minute drive or train ride from the City, Fremantle Town Hall is an important icon of Western Australia’s history.
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