List of heritage places in Fremantle

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This is a list of heritage places in the City of Fremantle that are listed on the State Register of Heritage Places. In 2017, there are 252 such places, including buildings and monuments. This list includes many places which are included within the Fremantle West End Heritage area, a historic district which includes about 250 buildings, which was itself listed on the State Register in 2016.

This list is based on information from the State Heritage Office's inHerit database. The inHerit database includes places which are on the State Register of Heritage Places, the City of Fremantle's Municipal Heritage Inventory, the National Trust's List of Classified Places, the National Heritage List and the Commonwealth Heritage List.[1] This list contains just those listed on the State Register.[note 1]

Locations are approximate, and may be viewed in linked OSM, Google, or Bing maps. Coordinates are intended to be pointed to exact buildings and monuments listed, but have not all been verified, and may be off by 50 metres or more.

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Name Location Number in
inHerit
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Fremantle Passenger Terminal Victoria Quay
32°02′51″S 115°44′52″E / 32.04750°S 115.74778°E / -32.04750; 115.74778 (Fremantle Passenger Terminal)
03363[2] Also known as Victoria Quay Function and Exhibition Centre. Built between 1961 and 1962. Victoria Quay gnangarra-11.jpg
Atwell Buildings 112–122 High St
32°03′15″S 115°44′50″E / 32.05413°S 115.74716°E / -32.05413; 115.74716 (Atwell Buildings):unverified
00929[3] Built in 1893.
ANZ Bank Building 86 High St
32°03′16″S 115°44′44″E / 32.054521°S 115.745675°E / -32.054521; 115.745675 (ANZ Bank Building)
00924[4] Built in 1930. Union Bank 86 High St Fremantle.jpg
Frank Cadd Building 33 Phillimore St.
32°03′15.7″S 115°44′36.7″E / 32.054361°S 115.743528°E / -32.054361; 115.743528 (Frank Cadd Building)
00983[5] Fares House. Built in 1890 and is now part of the University of Notre Dame. Frank Cadd building gnangarra-10.jpg
Hotel Fremantle & residence (at rear) 6 High St.
32°03′20″S 115°44′33″E / 32.05558°S 115.742531°E / -32.05558; 115.742531 (Hotel Fremantle & residence)
00900[6] Residence was built in 1885 and the hotel was built in 1899. During WWII it was set up as a hospital and operating theatre. It is now part of the University of Notre Dame. Hotel Fremantle gnangarra-19.jpg
Turton 25 Harvest Rd., North Fremantle
32°02′00″S 115°45′24″E / 32.03326°S 115.75666°E / -32.03326; 115.75666 (Turton):unverified
01036[7] Residential structure built in 1904 and designed by Talbot Hobbs.
Fremantle Post Office 13–15 Market St.
32°03′12″S 115°44′45″E / 32.05333°S 115.74583°E / -32.05333; 115.74583 (Fremantle Post Office)
00951[8] Built in 1907 and designed by Hillson Beasley. WTFr Nov 2011 gnangarra-38.jpg
Houses 13–15 Thompson Rd., North Fremantle
32°01′59″S 115°45′18″E / 32.033183°S 115.754961°E / -32.033183; 115.754961 (Houses at 13-15 Thompson Rd.):unverified
01043[9] Built 1897.
Duty Free Store 10 Elder Place
32°03′10″S 115°44′46″E / 32.052678°S 115.746077°E / -32.052678; 115.746077 (Duty Free Store):unverified
03705[10] Built in 1907 and design by Joseph Francis Allen.
National Hotel 98 High St.
32°03′16″S 115°44′46″E / 32.0544°S 115.7462°E / -32.0544; 115.7462 (National Hotel)
00926[11] Built in 1895, with the second storey added in 1902. It was damaged by fire in 1975 and in 2007. WTFr Nov 2011 gnangarra-39.jpg
Tolley & Co. Warehouse 1 Pakenham St.
32°03′13″S 115°44′39″E / 32.05354°S 115.74419°E / -32.05354; 115.74419 (Tolley & Co. Warehouse)
00968[12] Built in 1897. Tolley & Co were wine and spirit merchants sole distributors for Schweppes' Soda and McEwans Edinburgh beers. Tolley & Company Warehouse.jpg
Tarantella Night Club 5 Mouat St.
32°03′19″S 115°44′34″E / 32.05515°S 115.7429°E / -32.05515; 115.7429 (Tarantella Night Club)
00958[13] Former German Consulate and former shipping office, Norddeutscher-Lloyd Building. Tarantella nightclub gnangarra-26.jpg
Dalkeith House 160 High St.
32°03′09″S 115°45′07″E / 32.052584°S 115.751904°E / -32.052584; 115.751904 (Dalkeith House):unverified
00931[14] Private residence built in 1897 for James Gallop, and designed by O.H Nicholson.
Imperial Chambers 35–55 Market St corner Leake St.
32°03′15″S 115°44′46″E / 32.05416°S 115.74612°E / -32.05416; 115.74612 (Imperial Chambers)
00954[15] Built in 1896 for Edwin Foss. Imperial Chambers 2.jpg
Fremantle Railway Station Phillimore St.
32°03′07″S 115°44′44″E / 32.05194°S 115.74556°E / -32.05194; 115.74556 (Fremantle Railway Station)
00974[16] Built in 1907. FremantleTrainStation gobeirne.jpg
Fremantle Fire Station 18 Phillimore St.
32°03′15″S 115°44′36″E / 32.05417°S 115.74333°E / -32.05417; 115.74333 (Fremantle Fire Station):unverified
00982[17] Built in 1908 under controversial circumstances. It was retained under controversial circumstances when the Fire Brigade built its replacement in 1977. Freo firestation gnangarra-101.jpg
Howard Smith Building 1–3 Mouat St.
32°03′17.0″S 115°44′34.5″E / 32.054722°S 115.742917°E / -32.054722; 115.742917 (Howard Smith Building):unverified
00957[18] Howard smith building gnangarra-25.jpg
Film and Television Institute (Fremantle Boy's School) 92 Adelaide St.
32°03′03″S 115°44′57″E / 32.05077°S 115.749217°E / -32.05077; 115.749217 (Film and Television Institute (Fremantle Boy's School)):unverified
00842[19] Former boys school built between 1854 and 1855 using convict labour. WTF Fred Oostryck FTI 1.jpg
Commercial Hotel 80 High St
32°03′17″S 115°44′43″E / 32.05461°S 115.74537°E / -32.05461; 115.74537 (Commercial Hotel):unverified
00921[20] Hotel on the site since the 1840s and was first called the Albert Hotel. In 1888 it changed its name to the Commercial. The hotel was rebuilt in 1908, with John McNeece as the architect. Commercial Hotel Fremantle.jpg
Wilhelmsen House (Dalgety & Co, Elder Building) 11 Cliff St, Cnr Phillimore St.
32°03′19″S 115°44′32″E / 32.05531°S 115.7421°E / -32.05531; 115.7421 (Wilhelmsen House):unverified
00854[21] Built in 1902 and designed by Talbot Hobbs. Initially housed the Fremantle harbour trust and the Royal Australian Navy intelligence headquarters during WWII. Wilhelmsen house gnangarra-17.jpg
Princess Theatre (fmr) 29–33 Market St cnr Leake St.
32°03′14″S 115°44′46″E / 32.0538°S 115.746°E / -32.0538; 115.746 (Princess Theature (fmr)):unverified
00953[22] Location of the Racehorse Hotel from c1850 until the theatre was built in 1912. Princess Theatre Fremantle.jpg
Union Bank 4 High St Cnr Cliff St.
32°03′20″S 115°44′32″E / 32.055667°S 115.742246°E / -32.055667; 115.742246 (Union Bank):unverified
00899[23] Completed in 1889. In 1930, it became the Flying Angel Mission. The chapel was added in 1935. Union Bank building, Fremantle, 2016.JPG
St. Patrick's Basilica and Presbytery 47 Adelaide St.
32°03′03″S 115°45′00″E / 32.0509°S 115.7500°E / -32.0509; 115.7500 (St. Patrick's Basilica and Presbytery)
00845[24] Built between 1910 and 1916. St Patrick's, Fremantle.jpg
North Fremantle Town Hall (fmr) 222 Queen Victoria St North Fremantle
32°02′06″S 115°45′13″E / 32.034940°S 115.753630°E / -32.034940; 115.753630 (North Fremantle Town Hall (fmr)):unverified
01038[25] Built in 1902. Includes the library, which was built in 1906.
Marich Buildings, Fremantle 20–28 Henry St Cnr High St.
32°03′18″S 115°44′39″E / 32.055035°S 115.744211°E / -32.055035; 115.744211 (Marich Buildings)
00885[26] Built in 1897. Freo gnangarra-106.jpg
Christian Brothers College, Fremantle 41–51 Ellen St.
32°03′06″S 115°45′10″E / 32.05167°S 115.75278°E / -32.05167; 115.75278 (Christian Brothers College):unverified
00898[27] Christian Brothers College (CBC), St. Patrick's School, Edmund Hall.
Westpac Building 22 High St Cnr Mouat St
32°03′19″S 115°44′36″E / 32.05526°S 115.743405°E / -32.05526; 115.743405 (Westpac Building)
00908[28] Built in 1892. Western Australian Bank, Challenge Bank. Freo gnangarra-108.jpg
Fremantle Arts Centre 1–21 Finnerty St.
32°02′51″S 115°45′14″E / 32.047634°S 115.75382°E / -32.047634; 115.75382 (Fremantle Arts Centre):unverified
00875[29] Built between 1861 and 1886. Was the former Lunatic Asylum & Old Women's Home, Asylum for the Criminally Insane. Also a US Navy barracks during WWII. Fremantle Arts Centre 2009.jpg
Fremantle Grammar School 200 High St.
32°03′04″S 115°45′22″E / 32.05111°S 115.75611°E / -32.05111; 115.75611 (Fremantle Grammar School):unverified
00894[30] Built in 1885. Also known as Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Girton College and currently a private residence. Fremantle grammar school gnangarra.jpg
North Fremantle War Memorial (Fallen Soldier's Memorial, North Fremantle) cnr Queen Victoria St & Harvest Rd North Fremantle
32°02′07″S 115°45′13″E / 32.035298°S 115.753546°E / -32.035298; 115.753546 (North Fremantle War Memorial):unverified
01039[31] Designed by Secretary of the North Fremantle, RSl J.McCabe. Constructed in 1923, it includes the names of the fallen of North Fremantle from WWI. In 1945, the names of those who fell in WWII were added. Nth feo gnangarra-14.jpg
North Fremantle Post Office 211–217 Queen Victoria St., North Fremantle
32°02′11″S 115°45′12″E / 32.036324°S 115.75334°E / -32.036324; 115.75334 (North Fremantle Post Office):unverified
01037[32] Built in 1898. Was used for 70 years as a police station with lock-up. Then used for 20 years as post office. One of the few remaining original buildings of the North Fremantle townsite.
Fremantle Customs House (Falk & Company Warehouse) 2 Henry St, cnr 41 Phillimore St
32°03′17″S 115°44′32″E / 32.054649°S 115.742359°E / -32.054649; 115.742359 (Fremantle Customs House):unverified
00879[33] Built in 1888, with additions made in 1896 and 1903. Originally the edge of the Swan River, the site wasn't developed until reclamation work was done for the Fremantle railway station and line. Falk&Co gnangarra-9.jpg
Central Chambers 61–63 High St.
32°03′16.9″S 115°44′42.6″E / 32.054694°S 115.745167°E / -32.054694; 115.745167 (Central Chambers)
00917[34] Built in 1906. Central Chambers 2.jpg
Adelaide Steamship House 10–12 Mouat St.
32°03′18″S 115°44′35″E / 32.05500°S 115.74306°E / -32.05500; 115.74306 (Adelaide Steamship House):unverified
00959[35] Built in 1900 for the Adelaide Steamship Company. Freo gnangarra-112.jpg
Matilda Bay Brewing Company Building 130 Stirling Hwy North Fremantle
32°01′24″S 115°45′13″E / 32.02326°S 115.75374°E / -32.02326; 115.75374 (Matilda Bay Brewing Company Building):unverified
03649[36] Built in 1930. Ford Motor Co Factory.
Adelec Buildings, Fremantle 26–36 High St.
32°03′19″S 115°44′38″E / 32.05528°S 115.74389°E / -32.05528; 115.74389 (Adelec Buildings)
00912[37] Built in 1906. Fothergills' Building. Freo gnangarra-116.jpg
Woolworth's Building (facade only) 4–16 Adelaide St.
32°03′14″S 115°44′50″E / 32.05388°S 115.747206°E / -32.05388; 115.747206 (Woolworth's Building):unverified
00843[38]
Commercial Building 16 High St
32°03′19″S 115°44′34″E / 32.055416°S 115.742882°E / -32.055416; 115.742882 (Commercial Building):unverified
00905[39] Built in 1895. 16 High Street Fremantle.jpg
Proclamation Tree and Marmion Memorial cnr Adelaide & Parry Sts
32°03′00″S 115°45′00″E / 32.050122°S 115.749979°E / -32.050122; 115.749979 (Proclamation Tree and Marmion Memorial):unverified
00841[40] A Moreton Bay Fig, planted 21 Oct 1890. William Marmion memorial.JPG
Two Houses 2 & 4 Barnett St
32°02′56″S 115°45′05″E / 32.048773°S 115.751505°E / -32.048773; 115.751505 (Two Houses):unverified
00848[41] Built in 1896. First resident was Isaac Bolton, coach builder and founder of Bolton & Sons Coach Builders.

No. 2 restored by Les Lauder early 1970s. Subsequently, owned by John Dawkins, one time Australian Treasurer. No. 4 was owned by brother Jeremy Dawkins in 1980s.

Commercial Building 2–6 Market St cnr Elder Place
32°03′11″S 115°44′45″E / 32.053008°S 115.745804°E / -32.053008; 115.745804 (Commercial Building):unverified
00950[42] Built in 1915. Commercial Building Fremantle.jpg
Old Customs House 4–8 Phillimore St cnr Cliff St
32°03′17″S 115°44′32″E / 32.054649°S 115.742359°E / -32.054649; 115.742359 (Old Customs House)
00977[43] Former Customs House, built in 1908. Also known as Phillimore Chambers. Fremantle Customs House - 001.jpg
Electricity Substation, Fremantle 12 Parry St
32°03′01″S 115°45′02″E / 32.050317°S 115.750593°E / -32.050317; 115.750593 (Electricity Substation):unverified
03711[44] Built in 1932. Fremantle Municipal Tramways & Electric Light, Board Substation. SECWA Museum was the last occupant of the buildings. Electricity building, Fremantle.JPG
Chamber of Commerce Building 16 Phillimore St
32°03′15″S 115°44′35″E / 32.054191°S 115.742920°E / -32.054191; 115.742920 (Chamber of Commerce Building):unverified
00980[45] Built in 1912 for the Fremantle Chamber of Commerce, who continue to operate out of the building. Freo gnangarra-114.jpg
C.Y. O'Connor Memorial 1 Cliff St
32°03′15″S 115°44′30″E / 32.054051°S 115.741672°E / -32.054051; 115.741672 (C.Y. O'Connor Memorial):unverified
00852[46] Monument to C. Y. O'Connor, built in 1911 and designed by Pietro Porcelli. WTFr Nov 2011 gnangarra-27.jpg
House 75 Ellen St
32°03′02″S 115°45′22″E / 32.05055°S 115.75612°E / -32.05055; 115.75612 (House at 75 Ellen St):unverified
00870[47] Built in 1895.
Town House Triple 23–27 Ellen St
32°03′07″S 115°45′07″E / 32.051976°S 115.751843°E / -32.051976; 115.751843 (Town House Triple):unverified
03706[48] Three attached stone residences built in 1880, pre gold rush era.
Four Terrace Houses 19–25 Point St
32°03′09″S 115°44′58″E / 32.052397°S 115.749442°E / -32.052397; 115.749442 (Four Terrace Houses):unverified
00986[49] Originally owned by the Mechanics Institute. It was sold in 1897 and the terrace houses were built.
Bank of Australasia (fmr) (Dept. of Health Building) 18 High St
32°03′19″S 115°44′35″E / 32.055371°S 115.743044°E / -32.055371; 115.743044 (Bank of Australasia (fmr) (Dept. of Health Building)):unverified
00906[50] Built in 1901. In 1939, it became offices for the Commonwealth Marine Branch. Later became the offices for 1987 America's Cup. 18 High Street Fremantle.jpg
Taylor Memorial Drinking Fountain & Horse Trough cnr Market & Phillimore Sts
32°03′09″S 115°44′44″E / 32.052484°S 115.745536°E / -32.052484; 115.745536 (Taylor Memorial Drinking Fountain & Horse Trough):unverified
00949[51] Built in 1903 by English stoneware manufacturer Doulton and Company.
Commercial Bank (fmr) 20 High St
32°03′19″S 115°44′35″E / 32.055377°S 115.743135°E / -32.055377; 115.743135 (Commercial Bank (fmr)):unverified
00907[52] Built in 1901.
Commonwealth Bank building 82 High St
32°03′16″S 115°44′44″E / 32.054568°S 115.745523°E / -32.054568; 115.745523 (Commonwealth Bank Building):unverified
00923[53] Built in 1934. Hospital Benefit Fund of WA. 82 High Street Fremantle.jpg
St John's Anglican Church, Fremantle (St John The Evangelist Church) 3 Adelaide St
32°03′13″S 115°44′53″E / 32.05367°S 115.74814°E / -32.05367; 115.74814 (St John's Anglican Church):unverified
00844[54] Built in 1879. WTF Marlene Oostryck St Johns.jpg
PS Art Studio & Gallery 26 Pakenham Street
32°03′16″S 115°44′42″E / 32.05438°S 115.74497°E / -32.05438; 115.74497 (PS Art Studio & Gallery):unverified
18772[55] Built in 1907. One of the few internally intact warehouses in Fremantle.
Tannatt Chambers 8 High St
32°03′20″S 115°44′34″E / 32.05553°S 115.74265°E / -32.05553; 115.74265 (Tannatt Chambers):unverified
00903[56] Built in 1902 and design by E. M. Dean Smith. 8 and 10 High Street.jpg
Four Terrace Houses 18–24 Queen Victoria St
32°02′56″S 115°45′00″E / 32.048832°S 115.750110°E / -32.048832; 115.750110 (Four Terrace Houses):unverified
00251[57]
Robert Harper Flour Building (fmr) (Jebsens) 49 Phillimore St cnr Pakenham St
32°03′13″S 115°44′39″E / 32.053579°S 115.744195°E / -32.053579; 115.744195 (Robert Harper Flour Building (fmr) (Jebsens)):unverified
00984[58] Built in 1890. Robert Harper Building.jpg
Marine House 7–9 Leake St
32°03′15″S 115°44′43″E / 32.054128°S 115.745416°E / -32.054128; 115.745416 (Marine House):unverified
00944[59] Built in the 1890s. It has been occupied by: Vacuum Oil Co, Olympia skating ring, Fremantle Providoring Company.
Kreglinger Buildings 16–20 Mouat St
32°03′19″S 115°44′36″E / 32.05516°S 115.74329°E / -32.05516; 115.74329 (Kreglinger Buildings):unverified
00961[60] Built in 1890.
Seppelts Building Facade 5 Pakenham St
32°03′14″S 115°44′40″E / 32.05401°S 115.74433°E / -32.05401; 115.74433 (Seppelts Building Facade):unverified
00969[61] ACTA Building. The actual building is at 3 Pakenham St. It was possibly built in the 1860s as a dwelling. It was converted into a warehouse in 1893.
Bank of Adelaide building 60–64 High St
32°03′18″S 115°44′41″E / 32.054892°S 115.744689°E / -32.054892; 115.744689 (Bank of Adelaide Building):unverified
00918[62] Built in 1910. The addition of a third floor was rejected in 1984, but was approved in the 1990s.
Cellars Restaurant 10 High St
32°03′20″S 115°44′34″E / 32.055516°S 115.742711°E / -32.055516; 115.742711 (Cellars Restaurant):unverified
00904[63] Built in 1900. 8 and 10 High Street.jpg
Wesley Church cnr Market & Cantonment Sts
32°03′13″S 115°44′46″E / 32.053497°S 115.746210°E / -32.053497; 115.746210 (Wesley Church):unverified
00955[64] Built 1889, 1928. Wesley Church Fremantle1.jpg
Moreton Bay Fig Group St Johns Square
32°03′13″S 115°44′55″E / 32.053512°S 115.748506°E / -32.053512; 115.748506 (Moreton Bay Fig Group):unverified
04364[65] Group of 6 trees.
Marine House 9 Pakenham St
32°03′15″S 115°44′40″E / 32.054288°S 115.744429°E / -32.054288; 115.744429 (Marine House):unverified
00971[66] Built in 1904. AWA Buildings. Only the facade remains.
Tum Tum Tree, Hua Sen Restaurant 130–132 High St
32°03′12″S 115°44′57″E / 32.053411°S 115.749278°E / -32.053411; 115.749278 (Tum Tum Tree, Hua Sen Restaurant):unverified
02853[67] Norfolk Island Hibiscuis; Lagunaria patersonia planted c.1950 and shades the restaurant outdoor area.
P & O Building (Australian Union Steamships Navigation, Company Building) 17 Phillimore St
32°03′18″S 115°44′34″E / 32.05496°S 115.74275°E / -32.05496; 115.74275 (P&O Building)
00981[68] P&O building gnangarra-12.jpg
Quartermaine's Building 3–5 Henry St
32°03′17″S 115°44′37″E / 32.054673°S 115.743703°E / -32.054673; 115.743703 (Quartermaine's Building):unverified
00880[69] Built in 1907 as a warehouse. Was used in 1984 to 1985 by Spare Parts Puppet Theatre. Now converted to residential apartments. Freo gnangarra-103.jpg
Cleopatra Hotel 24 High St
32°03′19″S 115°44′37″E / 32.055171°S 115.743591°E / -32.055171; 115.743591 (Cleopatra Hotel):unverified
00910[70] The first hotel was built on this site in the 1850s, with the Cleopatra being built in 1882. Cleopatra hotel gnangarra-101.jpg
Lance Holt School 10 Henry St
32°03′17″S 115°44′39″E / 32.054637°S 115.744094°E / -32.054637; 115.744094:unverified
00882[71] Built in 1892 as a coffee house. Became a school in the 1970s. Lance holt school gnangarra-8.jpg
Samson House 61 & 63 Ellen St
32°03′04″S 115°45′19″E / 32.050996°S 115.755162°E / -32.050996; 115.755162 (Samson House):unverified
0869[72] Built in 1889 for Michael Samson, mayor of Fremantle between 1905 and 1907. It was designed by Talbot Hobbs. WTF Tom Wilson Samson House.jpg
Hillcrest 23 Harvest Rd cnr Turton St, North Fremantle
32°02′01″S 115°45′22″E / 32.033554°S 115.756150°E / -32.033554; 115.756150 (Hillcrest):unverified
01035[73] Hillcrest Salvation Army Home; Maternity Hosp, Hillcrest Senior Citizens' Residence. Built in 1901 and extended around 1922, 1934, 1958 and 1979.
Commercial Building 14 Mouat St
32°03′18″S 115°44′36″E / 32.055016°S 115.743254°E / -32.055016; 115.743254 (Commercial Building):unverified
00960[74] Built before the gold rush developments in 1890. 14 Mouat gnangarra-27.jpg
Princess Chambers (Biddles Building) 21–27 Market St
32°03′13″S 115°44′45″E / 32.053629°S 115.745918°E / -32.053629; 115.745918 (Princess Chambers (Biddles Building)):unverified
00952[75] Built in 1899 and designed by Edwin Summerhayes.
Westpac Bank 66–70 High St
32°03′17″S 115°44′42″E / 32.054756°S 115.745008°E / -32.054756; 115.745008 (Westpac Bank):unverified
00919[76] Commercial Bank of Australia, built in 1908. 66 High Street Fremantle.jpg
Music School 21 Parry St
32°03′09″S 115°45′04″E / 32.052444°S 115.750991°E / -32.052444; 115.750991 (Music School):unverified
00973[77] Built in 1897. It was converted to a music school in 1953 by Toni and Harry Baker.
Great Southern Roller Flour Mill Thompson Rd, North Fremantle 03645[78] Built in 1922 for the Goodman Fielder Flour Mill, 'Dingo' Flour Mill (colloquial usage). Dingo flour gnangarra.jpg
House 19 Quarry St
32°02′57″S 115°45′04″E / 32.049235°S 115.751156°E / -32.049235; 115.751156 (House, 19 Quarry St):unverified
00988[79] Built in 1891 by policeman James Gilchrist.
His Majesty's Hotel 2–8 Mouat St
32°03′17″S 115°44′35″E / 32.054645°S 115.743138°E / -32.054645; 115.743138 (His Majesty's Hotel):unverified
00975[80] Built between 1903 and 1904. It was also known as His Lordship's Larder, and Phillimore's Hotel. His majestys hotel gnangarra-13.jpg
Victoria Quay Victoria Quay
32°03′00″S 115°44′46″E / 32.050°S 115.746°E / -32.050; 115.746 (Victoria Quay)
03602[81] Includes Immigration Centre Complex, A B C & E Sheds, Slipways, Cranes, South Mole, Fremantle, workshops, stores and residences. WTFr Nov 2011 gnangarra-24.jpg
Seppelts Warehouse 7 Pakenham St
32°03′15″S 115°44′39″E / 32.054031°S 115.744283°E / -32.054031; 115.744283 (Seppelts Warehouse):unverified
00970[82] Strelitz Bros; Vacuum Oil Company. It was a dwelling in 1880. Additions made it a boarding house from 1882 to 1904. It was redeveloped into a warehouse in 1908 by Stelitz Brothers who then bought 74/76 Henry St properties that adjoined the rear.
Lenaville (Shenton House) 186 High St
32°03′06″S 115°45′19″E / 32.051562°S 115.755268°E / -32.051562; 115.755268 (Lenaville (Shenton House)):unverified
00936[83] Built in 1884, 1895, and shop added c.1920. Sometimes referred to as Shenton, it has no association with Shenton family. It was named Lenaville after the third owner, Lena Blacker, who ran it as a boarding house. Also used as a private hospital.
Dux Factory 25 Quarry St
32°02′55″S 115°45′06″E / 32.048623°S 115.75178°E / -32.048623; 115.75178 (Dux Factory):unverified
00989[84] Built as a bottling factory in 1895. It is currently home to Fremantle Press.
Dalgety's Bond Store (fmr) (Elder Buildings) 1 Phillimore St
32°03′20″S 115°44′30″E / 32.055418°S 115.741750°E / -32.055418; 115.741750 (Dalgety's Bond Stor (fmr) {Elder Buildings)):unverified
00976[85] Built in 1902 and designed by Talbot Hobbs.
Princess May Reserve 92 Adelaide Street
32°03′01″S 115°44′57″E / 32.050373°S 115.749292°E / -32.050373; 115.749292 (Princess May Reserve):unverified
00851[86] Precinct includes: Princess May Girls' School, Film & TV Institute, Clancy's Fish Pub.
McIlwraith Building (Scottish House, Patrick's Building) 10–12 Phillimore St
32°03′16″S 115°44′34″E / 32.054380°S 115.742653°E / -32.054380; 115.742653 (McIlwraith Building (Scottish House, Patrick's Building):unverified
00978[87] Built in 1898 using Donnybrook stone. Freo gnangarra-113.jpg
Phillimore Chambers 7–11 Phillimore St cnr Cliff St
32°03′18″S 115°44′33″E / 32.055132°S 115.742362°E / -32.055132; 115.742362 (Phillimore Chambers):unverified
00979[88] Built in 1899. Phillimore Chambers gnangarra-18.jpg
Pearse's Buildings (Commercial Bank (fmr)) 72–78 High St
32°03′17″S 115°44′43″E / 32.054672°S 115.745222°E / -32.054672; 115.745222 (Pearse's Buildings):unverified
00920[89] Built for James Pearse c1900 As an office and showroom for their footwear factory in North Fremantle (burned down in mid-'60s). Modified in 1945 for Pearse Brothers. Pearse's Buildings.jpg
McDonald Smith Building 22–32 Cliff St.
32°03′22″S 115°44′34″E / 32.0562°S 115.742734°E / -32.0562; 115.742734 (McDonald Smith Building)
00858[90] A two-storey commercial building built in 1895. McDonald Smith Building
Courthouse/Police Station complex 45 Henderson St.
32°03′17″S 115°45′01″E / 32.0548°S 115.7502°E / -32.0548; 115.7502 (Fremantle Police Station Complex):unverified
00878[91] Complex built between 1896 and 1903 and includes police station, courthouse, accommodation buildings, drill hall, and lock-up. WTFr Nov 2011 gnangarra-50.jpg
R.S.L. Club 81–83 High Street
32°03′13.2″S 115°44′44.7″E / 32.053667°S 115.745750°E / -32.053667; 115.745750 (R.S.L. Club)
00922[92] Built in 1903.[93] R.S.L. Club Fremantle.jpg
Reckitt & Colman Building Facade 21–29 Cliff St.
32°03′22″S 115°44′33″E / 32.0561°S 115.7425°E / -32.0561; 115.7425 (Reckitt & Colman Building Facade):unverified
00855[94] Facade was purpose-built between 1890 and 1895 in front of cottages, which were demolished in 1967. Facade was listed with the National Trust in 1974. Freopedia piccolo gnangarra -100.jpg
Holdsworth House 1 Bateman St
32°03′11″S 115°45′20″E / 32.05312°S 115.75566°E / -32.05312; 115.75566 (Holdsworth House):unverified
04550[95] Built in 1895. Part of a precinct of Federation period residences developed by Lionel Holdsworth.
Oceanic Hotel 8 Collie St.
32°03′24″S 115°44′45.5″E / 32.05667°S 115.745972°E / -32.05667; 115.745972 (Oceanic Hotel)
00862[96] Rivendel Residential Units. It was brought by the Sannyasins in the 1980s. Oceanic Hotel corner facade.jpg
Federal Hotel, Fremantle 23–25 William St.
32°03′17″S 115°44′52″E / 32.0548°S 115.7479°E / -32.0548; 115.7479 (Federal Hotel)
01018[97] Three storey hotel built in 1887 and extended in 1904. Between 1989 and 2016 it was known as Rosie O'Grady's before it reverted to its original name. Federal Hotel-Ftle.jpg
Commissariat Buildings (fmr) (Customs House & Bonded Warehouse, Maritime Museum) Cliff St, Croke Ln & Marine Tce.
32°03′25″S 115°44′33″E / 32.05694°S 115.74250°E / -32.05694; 115.74250 (Commissariat Buildings)
00857[98] Built using convict labour between 1850 and 1952. Designed by James Manning and is currently home to the Western Australian Museum Shipwreck Galleries. Freo gnangarra-120.jpg
Athena Lodge (fmr) 35 High St.
32°03′20″S 115°44′38″E / 32.05548°S 115.74385°E / -32.05548; 115.74385 (Athena Lodge (fmr)):unverified
00913[99] Built in 1901.
Union Stores Building 41–47 High St.
32°03′18.9″S 115°44′39.6″E / 32.055250°S 115.744333°E / -32.055250; 115.744333 (Union Stores Building)
00915[100] Built in 1895. Union stores building gnangarra-6.jpg
Old Kerosene Store Arthur Head, Western end of Mews Rd.
32°03′27″S 115°44′30″E / 32.0576°S 115.7417°E / -32.0576; 115.7417 (Old Kerosene Store)
00846[101] Built in 1884. Current tenants are Kidogo Arthouse. Other uses Harbour & Lights Dept. Boatshed. WTFr Nov 2011 gnangarra-17.jpg
Round House and Arthur Head Reserve Arthur Head, Western end of High St.
32°03′22″S 115°44′29″E / 32.05611°S 115.74139°E / -32.05611; 115.74139 (Round House and Arthur Head Reserve)
00896[102] The Roundhouse was built between 1830 and 1831. Roundhouse gnangarra-1.jpg
Fremantle Municipal Tramways Car Barn (fmr) 1 High St.
32°03′22″S 115°44′31″E / 32.056032°S 115.742013°E / -32.056032; 115.742013 (Tramways Car Barn (fmr)):unverified
00897[103] Built in 1905. Only the facade remains as part of commercial and residential complex.
Ardmore Residential Units (Ardmore Terrace Houses) 203–215 High St.
32°03′10″S 115°45′09″E / 32.05284°S 115.75253°E / -32.05284; 115.75253 (Ardmore Terrace Houses):unverified
00938[104] Residential terrace houses built in 1907, plus a single dwelling built in 1906. Ardmore residential gnangarra-1.jpg
House 36 Wray Ave.
32°03′36″S 115°45′10″E / 32.05987°S 115.75276°E / -32.05987; 115.75276 (House at 36 Wray Ave.):unverified
01025[105] Seven roomed house built in 1897 for Caroline Wade Dressmaker.
Orient Hotel 39 High St.
32°03′19.47″S 115°44′38.45″E / 32.0554083°S 115.7440139°E / -32.0554083; 115.7440139 (Orient Hotel)
00914[106] Built in 1902. Orient Hotel gnangarra-7.jpg
Bank of New South Wales (fmr) (Dalgety Building, Millennium) 7 High St corner Cliff St.
32°03′21″S 115°44′33″E / 32.055818°S 115.742567°E / -32.055818; 115.742567 (Bank of New South Wales (fmr))
00902[107] Built in 1899 for the Bank of New South Wales. Coincides with the commencement of building inner harbour. Bank NSW gnangarra-20.jpg
Sail and Anchor Hotel 64 South Tce, Cnr Henderson St.
32°03′21″S 115°44′55″E / 32.05583°S 115.74861°E / -32.05583; 115.74861 (Sail and Anchor Hotel)
01002[108] Freemasons' Hotel, built between 1901 and 1903. Sail n Anchor gnangarra-2.jpg
Owston's Buildings 9–23 High St.
32°03′21″S 115°44′35″E / 32.05570°S 115.7430°E / -32.05570; 115.7430 (Owston's Buildings)
00909[109] Owston/Ouston's buildings built in 1903 and designed by Frederick William Burwell. Owston buildings gnangarra-21.jpg
Esplanade Park, Fremantle Marine Terrace
32°03′29″S 115°44′42″E / 32.05806°S 115.74500°E / -32.05806; 115.74500 (Esplanade Park)
17714[110] Esplanade Park, Fremantle2.JPG
South Fremantle Post Office 174 Hampton Rd. South Fremantle
32°03′57″S 115°45′27″E / 32.065917°S 115.757564°E / -32.065917; 115.757564 (South Fremantle Post Office):unverified
01045[111] Built in 1896. The design reflects previous works done under the control of George Temple Poole.
Esplanade Hotel 46 Marine Tce cnr of Collie and Essex streets
32°03′27″S 115°44′47″E / 32.05750°S 115.74639°E / -32.05750; 115.74639 (Esplanade Hotel)
00947[112] Built in 1875 and restored in 1985 for the America's Cup. WTF Marlene Oostryck Esplanade Hotel, old section.jpg
Fremantle Synagogue 92 South Terrace
32°03′24.7″S 115°44′59.3″E / 32.056861°S 115.749806°E / -32.056861; 115.749806 (Fremantle Synagogue)
01010[113] Built in 1902. First purpose-built synagogue in Western Australia. Currently sundry commercial leases. Fremantle Synagogue South Tce Parry St.jpg
Artillery Barracks & Fremantle Harbour Signal Stn (fmr) (Victoria Barracks) cnr Queen Victoria & Burt Sts.
32°03′42.74″S 115°45′15.84″E / 32.0618722°S 115.7544000°E / -32.0618722; 115.7544000 (Victoria Barracks)
00991[114] Built in stages between 1911 and 1956. It includes rifle store and houses, guard houses, military hospital, gym, naval store, and horse and cart shed. WA War Museum entrance.jpg
Dalkeith Opera House/King's Theatre 52–62 South Tce.
32°03′21.35″S 115°44′53.26″E / 32.0559306°S 115.7481278°E / -32.0559306; 115.7481278 (Dalkeith Opera House)
01003[115] Built c1908. It is currently Metropolis Night Club.
Grieve and Piper Buildings 28 Mouat St
32°03′22″S 115°44′37″E / 32.05598°S 115.74374°E / -32.05598; 115.74374 (Grieve and Piper Buildings):unverified
00962[116] Built in 1890. Converted in 1976 to the "Eric Car Gallery", and received an award in 1983.
Trades Hall (fmr) 6 Collie St.
32°03′25″S 115°44′45″E / 32.0570°S 115.7457°E / -32.0570; 115.7457 (Fremantle Trades Hall)
00864[117] Built in 1904 and designed by Joseph Allen. Fremantle Trades Hall 3.jpg
Wray Avenue Precinct Wray Ave
32°03′41″S 115°45′22″E / 32.061462°S 115.755978°E / -32.061462; 115.755978 (Wray Avenue Precinct):unverified
01026[118] Majority of the buildings along the full length of Wray Ave. (including Hampton Buildings). Some building have individual listings as well. Hampton Buildings.jpg
Fremantle Prison The Terrace
32°03′18″S 115°45′13″E / 32.05500°S 115.75361°E / -32.05500; 115.75361 (Fremantle Prison)
01014[119] Built by convicts between 1852 and 1859. It was world heritage listed in 2010. Fremantle Prison Restored Gatehouse.JPG
Fremantle Town Hall 8 William St.
32°03′15″S 115°44′53″E / 32.0542°S 115.7480°E / -32.0542; 115.7480 (Fremantle Town Hall)
01015[120] Built in the Second Empire style; completed in 1886. Fremantle Town Hall, Western Australia.jpg
Monument Hill & War Memorials High, Knutsford & Bateman Sts.
32°03′08″S 115°45′26″E / 32.05229°S 115.757237°E / -32.05229; 115.757237 (Fremantle War Memorial)
03956[121] Fremantle War Memorial; Memorial Reserve, Obelisk Hill, Memorial Hill. Monument hill fremantle.jpg
The Tannery 22 Russell St
32°03′37″S 115°45′03″E / 32.06038°S 115.75094°E / -32.06038; 115.75094 (The Tannery):unverified
04588[122] Built in 1854. Old Barracks, cottages, WA Tannery & Fellmongering Ltd.
Three Terraced Houses 20–24 Essex St
32°03′23″S 115°44′53″E / 32.05646°S 115.74797°E / -32.05646; 115.74797 (Three Terraced Houses, 20-24 Essex St.)
00873[123] Group of three terraced houses built c1880. One was the home of Frederick Jones, shipbuilder and Fremantle councillor 1888–1914 (except 1896–98, 1908–10). Angel house Gnangarra-1.jpg
Fremantle Markets cnr South Tce & Henderson St.
32°03′22.5″S 115°44′57″E / 32.056250°S 115.74917°E / -32.056250; 115.74917 (Fremantle Markets)
01006[124] Built between 1898 and 1902. WTF Marlene Oostryck Fremantle Markets.jpg
Two Attached Houses 70–72 Hampton Rd.
32°03′29″S 115°45′22″E / 32.05801°S 115.75606°E / -32.05801; 115.75606 (Two Attached Houses, 70-72 Hampton Rd.):unverified
00876[125] Built in 1896 for Charles Henry Pierce.
W D Moore & Co Warehouse 42–46 Henry St.
32°03′22.86″S 115°44′41.02″E / 32.0563500°S 115.7447278°E / -32.0563500; 115.7447278 (W D Moore & Co Warehouse)
00890[126] Site development occurred in 1844. The current building dates from 1869 to 1899, when the facade was added and unified all the buildings in one structure. The owner, William Dalgety Moore, was the first president of the Fremantle Chamber of Commerce, and first treasurer of Fremantle town Council. Moore building gnangarra-2.jpg
P&O Hotel 25 High St.
32°03′20″S 115°44′36.4″E / 32.05556°S 115.743444°E / -32.05556; 115.743444 (P&O Hotel)
00911[127] Originally the Victoria Hotel built c1870. The hotel, was favoured by ships' captains. It was sold in 1898, and then renovated and renamed as the P&O in 1901. Currently part of the University of Notre Dame Australia, and is used as classrooms and as a dormitory for international students. P&O hotel fremantle gnangarra-22.jpg
Ocean View 134 Solomon Street, Beaconsfield
32°03′52″S 115°45′36″E / 32.06437°S 115.75999°E / -32.06437; 115.75999 (Ocean View):unverified
1033
Victoria Hall 179 High St
32°03′13″S 115°45′00″E / 32.053700°S 115.749918°E / -32.053700; 115.749918 (Victoria Hall):unverified
00935[128] Originally called St John's Hall, it was designed by Talbot Hobbs and built between 1896 and 1897. It was renamed Victoria Hall as part of Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee celebrations in 1897. Fremantle Victoria Hall.jpg
House and Detached Shop, Fremantle 40–42 Holdsworth St
32°03′12″S 115°45′13″E / 32.053225°S 115.753662°E / -32.053225; 115.753662 (House and Detached Shop):unverified
00943[129] Built c1850. Originally a bakery with the baker Thomas Day residing in the terrace house until c1930.
Strelitz Buildings 30 Mouat St
32°03′22″S 115°44′38″E / 32.05608°S 115.74380°E / -32.05608; 115.74380 (Strelitz Buildings):unverified
00963[130] Built in 1897 for Richard Strelitz, consul for Denmark and act-consul for Sweden. Interned during World War I. Herbert Hoover resided there. Strelitz buildings gnangarra-30.jpg
House & Moreton Bay Fig Tree 195 High St
32°03′12″S 115°45′03″E / 32.053344°S 115.75089°E / -32.053344; 115.75089 (House & Moreton Bay Fig):unverified
00937[131] The house was built in 1886. The original owner was nurseryman and Fremantle council auditor Philip Webster. The Moreton Bay Fig is believed to have been planted around this time and it is also believed to be the source of many other trees in the area, including the Proclamation Tree.
Water Police Station & Quarters 10–20 Marine Tce
32°03′26″S 115°44′36″E / 32.057276°S 115.743371°E / -32.057276; 115.743371 (Water Police Station & Quarters):unverified
00945[132] Current building built in 1903. The site was home to Water Police from its inception in 1851. (same as 18 Marine Tce?)
Court House (fmr) 18 Marine Tce cnr Mouat St
32°03′26″S 115°44′36″E / 32.057276°S 115.743363°E / -32.057276; 115.743363 (Court House (fmr)):unverified
00946[133] Built in 1884. Water Supply Office, Haven, Tanderra, Uniting House. (same as 10-20 Marine Tce?) Fremantle old courthouse.jpg
Interfoods 14 South Tce
32°03′19″S 115°44′51″E / 32.055383°S 115.747553°E / -32.055383; 115.747553 (Interfoods):unverified
03712[134] Built in 1897. First known restaurant was a Spanish restaurant, which opened in 1901.
Warwick 79 Solomon St
32°03′35″S 115°45′29″E / 32.059811°S 115.758032°E / -32.059811; 115.758032 (Warwick):unverified
02906[135] Built in 1898 for Charles Hudson, a merchant who became an inaugural Commissioner of the Fremantle Harbour Trust. The name Warwick was given to the property when it was used as nurses quarters by the Fremantle hospital.
Scots Presbyterian Church 86 South Tce
32°03′23″S 115°44′58″E / 32.05643°S 115.74954°E / -32.05643; 115.74954 (Scots Presbyterian Church):unverified
01009[136] Built in 1890. Scots gnangarra-1.jpg
Two Terrace Houses 14–16 Nairn St
32°03′21″S 115°44′47″E / 32.05589°S 115.74651°E / -32.05589; 115.74651 (Two Terrace Houses):unverified
00964[137] Built between 1890 and 1891, and restored in 1983.
Evan Davies Building 13 South Tce
32°03′21″S 115°44′50″E / 32.055737°S 115.747331°E / -32.055737; 115.747331 (Evan Davies Building):unverified
00861[138] Literary Institute, built in 1899. SOUTH TERRACE ALSO KNOWN AS CAPPUCINO STRIP.jpg
Pair of Two-Storey Terrace Houses 10–12 Wray Ave
32°03′34″S 115°45′07″E / 32.05956°S 115.75194°E / -32.05956; 115.75194 (Pair of Two-Storey Terrace Houses):unverified
01020[139] Built in 1897.
Fowler's Warehouse 38–40 Henry St
32°03′21″S 115°44′41″E / 32.055969°S 115.744687°E / -32.055969; 115.744687 (Fowler's Warehouse):unverified
00889[140] Fowler established at the site in 1854. They purchased adjoining land and built the current building between 1899 and 1900. Currently owned by the City of Fremantle. Fowlers warehouse gnangarra-3.jpg
Higham's Buildings 101 High St cnr Market St
32°03′17″S 115°44′47″E / 32.054733°S 115.746272°E / -32.054733; 115.746272 (Higham's Buildings):unverified
00927[141] Original Higham's store started in the 1850s by Mary Higham. Additions in 1890s and 1900s resulted in the current appearance. Highams Building corner of High and Market Street in 1933.jpg
Four Terrace Houses 87–93 South Tce
32°03′32″S 115°45′03″E / 32.058970°S 115.750862°E / -32.058970; 115.750862 (Four Terrace Houses):unverified
04202[142] Built in 1880.
Norfolk Street 26–28 26–28 Norfolk St
32°03′26″S 115°44′56″E / 32.057097°S 115.748788°E / -32.057097; 115.748788 (26-28 Norfolk St):unverified
00966[143] Built in 1865, and includes a corner shop. Noted for the early use of a Flitch beam.
Ajax Buildings (Purdies) 49–59 High St
32°03′19″S 115°44′41″E / 32.055162°S 115.744624°E / -32.055162; 115.744624 (Ajax Buildings (Purdies)):unverified
00916[144] Built in 1908.
Mills & Co Building (fmr) 19–21 Essex St
32°03′24″S 115°44′54″E / 32.056771°S 115.748267°E / -32.056771; 115.748267 (Mills & Co Building (fmr)):unverified
03708[145] Built between 1905 and 1906 for William Sandover & Co.
House 196 South Tce
32°03′43″S 115°45′10″E / 32.061872°S 115.752694°E / -32.061872; 115.752694 (House at 196 South Tce):unverified
01005[146] Built c1901. Typical single storey limestone and brick with Iron construction of the period.
Victoria Pavilion Fairburn St
32°03′22″S 115°45′00″E / 32.05611°S 115.75000°E / -32.05611; 115.75000 (Victoria Pavilion)
00874[147] Fremantle Oval Grandstand built in 1897 and named after Queen Victoria to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee in 1897. FremantleOvalStadium in 2010.jpg
The Knowle (on Fremantle Hospital grounds) Alma St 03226[148] Built in 1853 with convict labour. Later used as the first building of the Fremantle Hospital.
Manning Buildings & Chambers William, High, Market Sts & South Tce 00928[149] Built in 1902. Manning's Buildings 01.jpg
Port Flour Mill 15 Essex St
32°03′25″S 115°44′53″E / 32.05697°S 115.74804°E / -32.05697; 115.74804 (Port Flour Mill):unverified
00871[150] Built in 1862, using limestone from Arthur Head.
Warehouse Complex 37–45 Cliff St
32°03′24″S 115°44′34″E / 32.056707°S 115.742716°E / -32.056707; 115.742716 (Warehouse Complex):unverified
00860[151] Owned by George Shenton. The additions designed by Talbot Hobbs were completed in 1903.
Commercial Buildings 17–23 South Tce cnr Collie St
32°03′22″S 115°44′51″E / 32.055998°S 115.747635°E / -32.055998; 115.747635 (Commercial Buildings):unverified
00997[152] Built in 1895.
Two Houses 12–14 Norfolk St
32°03′28″S 115°44′52″E / 32.057642°S 115.747691°E / -32.057642; 115.747691 (Two Houses):unverified
00967[153] Both built prior to 1880, possibly as early as 1860. Originally numbered 38/36 until street renumbering in 1935 – 36. 12-14 Norfolk st Fremantle gnangarra.jpg
Doig and Horne Building 119–123 High St
32°03′16″S 115°44′48″E / 32.054516°S 115.746798°E / -32.054516; 115.746798 (Doig and Horne Building):unverified
00930[154] Built in 1895 purchased by Henry Atwell in 1903. A long facade was added in 1906, joining it to Atwell building. In 1929, an arcade was incorporated into the building.
House 16 Essex St
32°03′24″S 115°44′51″E / 32.05668°S 115.74758°E / -32.05668; 115.74758 (House, 16 Essex St):unverified
00872[155] Built between 1845 and 1879.
Commercial Building 85–87 High St
32°03′17″S 115°44′45″E / 32.054848°S 115.745748°E / -32.054848; 115.745748 (Commercial Building):unverified
00925[156] Built c1901 for former mayor George Davies. Refurbished in 1971.
Sweetman's House 9 Russell St
32°03′40″S 115°45′00″E / 32.061144°S 115.750024°E / -32.061144; 115.750024 (Sweetman's House):unverified
00992[157] Built in the 1880s for William Sweetman.
Mercantile Stevedores Warehouse 27–29 Henry St
32°03′22″S 115°44′39″E / 32.05598°S 115.74419°E / -32.05598; 115.74419 (Mercantile Stevedores Warehouse):unverified
00886[158] Built in 1898.
Hall and Solomon Building, Davis Wool Stores 52 Henry St
32°03′24″S 115°44′42″E / 32.05660°S 115.74496°E / -32.05660; 115.74496 (Hall and Solomon Building, Davis Wool Stores):unverified
00892[159] Built c.1880. It was named after F. and C. Hall and Elias Solomon for whom the building was purported to have been built. Solomon building gnangarra-1.jpg
Norfolk Island Pine Marine Tce 04363[160] Esplanade Park, Fremantle.
House 31 Russell St
32°03′39″S 115°45′03″E / 32.06088°S 115.750898°E / -32.06088; 115.750898 (House, 31 Russell St):unverified
00993[161] Received a Fremantle award.
Sadliers Warehouse/Customs Agency 34–36 Henry St
32°03′20″S 115°44′40″E / 32.055650°S 115.744524°E / -32.055650; 115.744524 (Sadliers Warehouse/Customs Agency):unverified
00888[162] Built in 1881 and 1885. Was converted into residences in 1992. Sadliers gnangarra-5.jpg
Town House 37 Ellen St
32°03′06″S 115°45′09″E / 32.051744°S 115.752401°E / -32.051744; 115.752401 (Town House):unverified
00866[163] Residence, built in 1897. 37 Ellen gnangarra-4.jpg
Lionel Samson Building (Samson Cottage) 31–35 Cliff St
32°03′23″S 115°44′32″E / 32.056363°S 115.742155°E / -32.056363; 115.742155 (Lionel Samson Building (Samson Cottage)):unverified
00856[164] Cottage built in 1835 and expanded in 1895.
Atwell 77 Solomon St
32°03′34″S 115°45′29″E / 32.059573°S 115.757950°E / -32.059573; 115.757950 (Atwell):unverified
02907[165] Built in 1898 for Henry Atwell, Fremantle businessman and former convict.
Star Hotel 5 Essex St
32°03′27″S 115°44′50″E / 32.05745°S 115.74729°E / -32.05745; 115.74729 (Star Hotel):unverified
03707[166] Built in 1878 and rebuilt in 1914. Primarily accommodation and currently used for backpackers accommodation.
Seven Terrace Houses 18–30 Holdsworth St
32°03′13″S 115°45′09″E / 32.053489°S 115.752566°E / -32.053489; 115.752566 (Seven Terrace Houses):unverified
00941[167] 7 "gentlemans residences", built in 1886.
CBH Grain Silos (Fremantle Grain Terminal, Co-operative Bulk Handling Silos) North Quay, Port of Fremantle 03921[168] Built in 1948 and was demolished in 2000.
Central Wool Company 21–23 Henry St
32°03′21″S 115°44′39″E / 32.055716°S 115.744084°E / -32.055716; 115.744084 (Central Wool Company):unverified
00884[169] Used as shops and warehouse since the 1880s. In 2002, it became part of the University of Notre Dame Fremantle.
Eight Terrace Houses 2–16 Price St
32°03′45″S 115°45′02″E / 32.062480°S 115.750632°E / -32.062480; 115.750632 (Eight Terrace Houses):unverified
00987[170] Built in 1899 in what was once Lord street no's 28–42. The street was renamed in 1908 and renumbered in 1935.
Bateman Buildings 47 Henry St
32°03′24″S 115°44′41″E / 32.056697°S 115.744597°E / -32.056697; 115.744597 (Bateman Buildings):unverified
00891[171] Built in 1870.
Nine Terrace Houses & 2 Shops 79–93 South Tce
32°03′31″S 115°45′02″E / 32.058666°S 115.750683°E / -32.058666; 115.750683 (Nine Terrace Houses & 2 Shops):unverified
00999[172] Built between 1880 and 1930.
Fremantle Technical College Annexe 41 South Tce
32°03′24″S 115°44′56″E / 32.056656°S 115.748847°E / -32.056656; 115.748847 (Fremantle Technical College Annexe):unverified
01007[173] Fremantle Technical College. Formerly the Infants and Girls School, built in 1877. Freo tech gnangarra-1.jpg
Clyde Cottages – 5 Terrace Houses 11–19 Russell St
32°03′40″S 115°45′01″E / 32.061117°S 115.750238°E / -32.061117; 115.750238 (Clyde Cottages):unverified
00994[174] Built in 1899.
P J Morriss Building 13–19 Mouat St
32°03′21″S 115°44′35″E / 32.055952°S 115.742957°E / -32.055952; 115.742957 (P J Morriss Building):unverified
00956[175] Built in 1896. W Sandover Warehouse, Notre Dame University.
Two Houses 18–20 Nairn St
32°03′21″S 115°44′47″E / 32.055880°S 115.746450°E / -32.055880; 115.746450 (Two Houses):unverified
00965[176] Built in 1887 for Edward Davies.
Terrace of Six Houses 19–29 Holdsworth St
32°03′12″S 115°45′15″E / 32.053394°S 115.754063°E / -32.053394; 115.754063 (Terrace of Six Houses):unverified
00942[177] Residential workers accommodation built in 1903.
Lilly's Buildings 34–42 Cliff St
32°03′23″S 115°44′35″E / 32.056437°S 115.742940°E / -32.056437; 115.742940 (Lilly's Building):unverified
00859[178] Built in 1897 for James Lilly, a prominent businessman, co-founder of the Fremantle YSailing Club and member of the Federation League. The building is currently part of the Fremantle campus of University of Notre Dame Australia.
Mills & Wares Warehouse (fmr) 2–4 Croke Lane
32°03′25″S 115°44′33″E / 32.056859°S 115.742593°E / -32.056859; 115.742593 (Mills & Wares Warehouse (fmr)):unverified
00865[179] Designed by Talbot Hobbs in 1891. It was brought by Mills & Wares c1966. It was converted into apartments c2002.
Two Terrace Houses 87–89 South Tce
32°03′33″S 115°45′03″E / 32.059032°S 115.750715°E / -32.059032; 115.750715 (Two Terrace Houses):unverified
03717[180] South Terrace Medical Centre.
Building 7–9 William St
32°03′16″S 115°44′53″E / 32.054527°S 115.747991°E / -32.054527; 115.747991 (Building, 7-9 Wm St):unverified
01017[181]
Warders Cottages 7,19–29,31 Henderson St
32°03′20″S 115°44′58″E / 32.055535°S 115.749411°E / -32.055535; 115.749411 (Warders Cottages):unverified
00877[182] Accommodation for Enrolled Pensioner Force, 19–29. Built in 1851 with remainder section built in 1858. Warders Cottages gnangarra-1.jpg
House 30 Suffolk St
32°03′27″S 115°44′59″E / 32.057612°S 115.749740°E / -32.057612; 115.749740 (House, 30 Suffolk St):unverified
01012[183] Built before 1880. It was listed in the estate of Gordon Drummond Ralston, master carpenter and forman of convicts who died 1878.
Warders' Terrace 3–11 Holdsworth St
32°03′15″S 115°45′05″E / 32.054256°S 115.751374°E / -32.054256; 115.751374 (Warders' Terrace):unverified
00940[184] Built in 1897 on the boundary of the original convict establishment grant, and used as accommodation for warders.
Beaconsfield Primary School (fmr) Cnr Hampton Rd & Lefroy St, Beaconsfield
32°04′02″S 115°45′29″E / 32.067217°S 115.758123°E / -32.067217; 115.758123 (Beaconsfield Primary School (fmr))
01031[185]
RHP 23/01/2009[186]
Three buildings (1894, 1898, 1913-1914), including a Federation Arts and Crafts Senior School. Served as school until 1978. Now also known as Fremantle-Peel District Education Office.

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Specifically this is intended to include 252 places, derived as follows: Search http://inherit.stateheritage.wa.gov.au/public for places with "Fremantle" in their location, with "Limit my search to the State Register" checked). As of 2017, this yields 266. Of these 16 are in East Fremantle, to be subtracted. It includes one in South Fremantle and nine in North Fremantle, which are kept. Add two found with search on "Beaconsfield". No proper hits on "O'Connor", "White Gum", "Gibson Park", "Samson", or "Hilton" are found. This yields grand total of 252, as of 2017. Note, without limiting to State Register, there are many more: 3859 Fremantle hits, 152 White Gum Valley hits, 297 Beaconsfield hits, etc.

References[edit]

  1. ^ SHO list shows places based on information from the State Heritage Office's inHerit database which includes places which are included in the State Register of Heritage Places, the City of Fremantle's Municipal Heritage Inventory, the National Trust's List of Classified Places, the National Heritage List and the Commonwealth Heritage List.
  2. ^ Passenger terminal #03363
  3. ^ Atwell buildings #00929
  4. ^ "Former Union Bank of Australia, 86 High Street". InHerit. Heritage Council of Western Australia. Retrieved 7 January 2017. 
  5. ^ Frank Cadd bdg #00983
  6. ^ Hotel Fremantle #00900
  7. ^ Turton #01036
  8. ^ Post office #00951
  9. ^ 13–15 Thompson #01043
  10. ^ Duty Free store #03705
  11. ^ National Hotel #00926
  12. ^ Tolley & Co #00968
  13. ^ Tarantella #00958
  14. ^ Dalkeith House #00931
  15. ^ Imperial Chambers #00954
  16. ^ Fremantle railway station #00974
  17. ^ Fire station #00982
  18. ^ Howard Smith #00957
  19. ^ Film and TV Institute #00842
  20. ^ Commercial Hotel #00921
  21. ^ Wilhelmsen House #00854
  22. ^ Princess Theatre #00953
  23. ^ Union Bank #00899
  24. ^ St Patrick's Basilica #00845
  25. ^ Nth Freo Town Hall #01038
  26. ^ Marich building #00885
  27. ^ CBC #00898
  28. ^ Westpac Building #00908
  29. ^ Arts Centre #00875
  30. ^ Fremantle Grammar #00894
  31. ^ Nth Freo War Memorial #01039
  32. ^ Nth Freo Post Office #01037
  33. ^ Falk & Co. #00879
  34. ^ Central Chambers #00917
  35. ^ Adelaide Stemaship house #00959
  36. ^ Matilda BC building #03649
  37. ^ Adelec #00912
  38. ^ Woolworths facade #00843
  39. ^ 16 High st #00905
  40. ^ proclamation tree #00841
  41. ^ Barnett St #00848
  42. ^ 2–6 Market #00950
  43. ^ fmr Customs house #00977
  44. ^ Electricity Substation #003711
  45. ^ Chamber of Commerce #00980
  46. ^ CY O'Connor Memorial #00852
  47. ^ 75 Ellen st #00870
  48. ^ Town house triple #03706
  49. ^ 19–25 Point st #00986
  50. ^ Australasia bank #00906
  51. ^ Taylor memoial #00949
  52. ^ Commercial Bank #00907
  53. ^ Commonwealth Bank #00923
  54. ^ St John's #00844
  55. ^ PS Art #18772
  56. ^ Tannatt Chambers #00903
  57. ^ 18–24 Queen Vic st #00251
  58. ^ Robert Harper #00984
  59. ^ Marine House #00944
  60. ^ Kreglinger #00961
  61. ^ Seppelts Building #00969
  62. ^ Bank Of ADL #00918
  63. ^ Cellars restaurant #00904
  64. ^ Wesley Church #00955
  65. ^ Moreton bay fig groups #04364
  66. ^ Marine House #00971
  67. ^ Tum Tum Tree #02853
  68. ^ P&O building #00981
  69. ^ Quartermaine's #00880
  70. ^ Cleopatra Hotel #00910
  71. ^ Lance Holt School #00882
  72. ^ Samson House #0869
  73. ^ Hillcrest #01035
  74. ^ 14 mouat #00960
  75. ^ Prince Chambers #00952
  76. ^ Westpac Bank #00919
  77. ^ Music School #00973
  78. ^ Dingo Flour #03645
  79. ^ 19 Quarry #00988
  80. ^ His Maj #00975
  81. ^ Victoria Quay #03602
  82. ^ Seppelts warehouse #00970
  83. ^ Lenaville #00936
  84. ^ Dux Factory #00989
  85. ^ Dalgety Bond store #00976
  86. ^ Princess May Reserve #00841
  87. ^ McIlwraith #00978
  88. ^ Phillimore Chambers #00979
  89. ^ Pearse #00920
  90. ^ McDonald Smith Building #00858
  91. ^ Fremantle Police station #00878
  92. ^ RSL Club #00922
  93. ^ "RSL Club 81-83 High Street Fremantle". InHerit. Heritage Council of Western Australia. Retrieved 4 January 2017. 
  94. ^ Reckitt & Colman facade #00855
  95. ^ Holdsworth House #04550
  96. ^ Oceanic Hotel #00862
  97. ^ Rosie O'Grady's #01018
  98. ^ Commissariat Building #00857
  99. ^ Athena Lodge #00913
  100. ^ Union Stores Bdg #00915
  101. ^ Kerosene Store #00846
  102. ^ Arthur Head & Roundhouse #00896
  103. ^ Tramways Barn #00897
  104. ^ Ardmore Unit #00938
  105. ^ 36 Wray #01025
  106. ^ Orient Hotel #00194
  107. ^ Bank NSW #00902
  108. ^ Sail & Anchor #01002
  109. ^ Owston's Buildings #00909
  110. ^ Esplanade res #17714
  111. ^ Sth Freo Post office #01045
  112. ^ Fremantle Eslanade Hotel #00947
  113. ^ Fremantle Synagogue #01010
  114. ^ Victoria Barracks #00991
  115. ^ Dalkeith opera #01003
  116. ^ Grieve & Piper #00962
  117. ^ Trades Hall #00864
  118. ^ Wray Ave Precinct #01026
  119. ^ Freo Prison #01014
  120. ^ Freo Town Hall #01015
  121. ^ Monument hill #03956
  122. ^ The Tannery #04588
  123. ^ 20–24 Essex St #00873
  124. ^ Freo Markets #01006
  125. ^ 70–72 Hampton rd #00876
  126. ^ Moore's building #00890
  127. ^ P&O hotel #00911
  128. ^ Victoria Hall #00935
  129. ^ 40–42 Holdsworth #00953
  130. ^ Strelitz #00963
  131. ^ 195 High st #00937
  132. ^ Water Police #00945
  133. ^ Court house #00946
  134. ^ Interfoods #03712
  135. ^ Warwick #2906
  136. ^ Scots Church #01009
  137. ^ 14–16 Nairn #00964
  138. ^ Evan Davies #00861
  139. ^ 10–12 Wray Ave #01020
  140. ^ Folwers Warehouse #00889
  141. ^ Higham's #00927
  142. ^ 87–93 Sth tce #04202
  143. ^ 26–28 Norfolk #00966
  144. ^ Ajax building #00916
  145. ^ Mills & Co #03708
  146. ^ 196 South Tce #01005
  147. ^ Victoria Pavilion #0874
  148. ^ The Knowle #03226
  149. ^ Manning bld #00928
  150. ^ Port Flour Mill #00871
  151. ^ Warehouse Complex #00860
  152. ^ 17–23 Sth tce #00997
  153. ^ 12–14 Norfolk #00967
  154. ^ Doig & Horne #00930
  155. ^ 16 Essex st #00872
  156. ^ 85–87 High st #00925
  157. ^ Sweetman's House #00992
  158. ^ Mercantile Stevedores Warehouse #00886
  159. ^ Solomon building #00892
  160. ^ Norfolk Is. pine #04363
  161. ^ 31 Russell #00993
  162. ^ Sadliers Warehouse #00888
  163. ^ 37 Ellen St #00866
  164. ^ Lionel Samson building #00856
  165. ^ Atwell #02907
  166. ^ Star Hotel #03707
  167. ^ 18–30 Holdsworth #00941
  168. ^ CBH Silo's #03912
  169. ^ Central Wool CO. #00884
  170. ^ 2–16 Price #00987
  171. ^ Bateman Buildings #00891
  172. ^ 79–93 South Tce #00999
  173. ^ Tech College Annexe #01007
  174. ^ Clyde Cottages #00994
  175. ^ PJ Morriss #00956
  176. ^ 18–20 Nairn #00965
  177. ^ 19–29 Holdsworth #00942
  178. ^ Lilly's building #00859
  179. ^ Mills & Wares #00865
  180. ^ 87–89 Sth tce #03717
  181. ^ 7–9 William #01017
  182. ^ Warders Cottage #00877
  183. ^ 30 Suffolk #01012
  184. ^ Warder tce
  185. ^ Beaconsfield Primary School (fmr)
  186. ^ Register of Historic Places: Beaconsfield Primary School (fmr) (1894, 1898, 1913-14)