The City of Fremantle is keen on unlocking underutilised land on the south side of Fremantle Port, with non-tourism operations shifted to the north side, pictured in the foreground. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Fremantle Port tourism revival

Creating a tourism precinct on the southern side of Fremantle Port has again been floated as a possibility, after the City of Fremantle put out the call for government and private sector support for its next wave of development opportunities.

Fremantle council last night unveiled its Port City Priorities, which include creating a tourism precinct at a section of the port known as South Quay, as well as developing a community and sporting hub at Fremantle Oval.

At South Quay, the City of Fremantle has proposed for non-tourism operations to be progressively moved to the north side of the harbour, to open up 15.7 hectares to create the tourism precinct.


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