Maritime museum work nears

WORK on the western end of Victoria Quay in Fremantle will start within weeks following the release of the masterplan recently.

Central to the masterplan is the new $35 million maritime Museum which will showcase the State’s maritime heritage and culture.

Premier Richard Court said the masterplan had been adopted after extensive consultation with the local community during the past two years.

“The end result focuses on bringing the characteristics of traditional Fremantle to the waterfront, and provides a rejuvenation into a lively community precinct for families,” Mr Court said.

Prepared by architects Cox, Howlett & Bailey Woodland the plan includes a new ferry terminal and links between the waterfront, the west end of Fremantle, Fishing Boat Harbour, the Esplanade and the Roundhouse.

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