Fremantle Police Station complex

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Fremantle Police Station complex
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Henderson Street frontage of part of the group.
Former namesFremantle Court House
General information
Address45 Henderson Street
Town or cityFremantle, Western Australia
CountryAustralia
Coordinates32°03′17″S 115°45′01″E / 32.0548°S 115.7502°E / -32.0548; 115.7502Coordinates: 32°03′17″S 115°45′01″E / 32.0548°S 115.7502°E / -32.0548; 115.7502

The Fremantle Police Station complex (incorporating the 1899 limestone former courthouse) is a group of buildings located at 45 Henderson Street, Fremantle, Western Australia.[1] The complex includes the former courthouse, police station, various accommodation buildings, artillery drill hall (now the Fly by Night Club[2]) and lock-up. The group was originally constructed between 1896 and 1903. Later elements of lesser significance include the 1957 and 1978 extensions to the courthouse, the lock-up keeper's house, Norfolk Island pines and Canary Island date palms.[3]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Fremantle Court House (fmr) and Police Station Complex Archived 2 December 2013 at the Wayback Machine at Heritage Council of Western Australia
  2. ^ "About the Fly". Retrieved 8 November 2012.
  3. ^ Register of Heritage Places – Permanent Entry Archived 3 December 2013 at the Wayback Machine Heritage Council of Western Australia, 9 September 2003

External links[edit]

Conole, Peter (2006). "Fremantle 1919 – A Slice of Policing Life". Western Australia Police Historical Society. Retrieved 27 November 2013.