Adelaide Street, Fremantle

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Adelaide Street
Western Australia
General information
Type Street
Length 0.55 km (0.3 mi)
Major junctions
NE end Queen Victoria Street
  Parry Street, Queen Street
SW end High Street
Location(s)
Suburb(s) Fremantle

Adelaide Street, Fremantle is a street that is a boundary for Kings Square, Fremantle in Western Australia. It goes north from Kings Square and meets Queen Victoria Street in a skewed junction that meets outside St Patrick's Basilica.[1]

View along Adelaide Street

It is named after Queen Adelaide, consort of William IV.[2] The street existed since at least 1833, when it was included in a survey.[2]

At number 3 is St John's Anglican Church which dates from 1882.

It has on its western side, the Film and Television Institute, and Princess May Park.

Johnson Court Apartments, at number 23 Adelaide Street are one of the earlier high rise apartment buildings of Fremantle.

See also[edit]

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Byrne, Geraldine (2000), A basilica in the making : the centenary of St. Patrick's, Fremantle, Mazenod Press, ISBN 978-0-646-39426-8 
  2. ^ a b Ewers, John K. (1971). The Western Gateway: A History of Fremantle (2nd ed.). Nedlands, Western Australia: University of Western Australia Press for the Fremantle City Council. p. 219. ISBN 085564 050 2. 

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