Parks

The City of Fremantle is home to numerous well loved parks, reserves and green spaces, many of them created as a result of community initiative and action. We begin with a list of South Fremantle parks and reserves, with other precincts to follow. Contact us if you would like to profile your favourite Fremantle green space.

Little Park on Naylor Street
Parks, like people, come in all shapes and sizes. There’s a park it seems for every day of the week,…
Coral Park
Located between Coral Street and Wyola Lane, is a lovely, small, nearly secret, South Fremantle park.
The State Of Our Parks
Today we posted a Freo Today pic of an unharvested residential/commercial lot on South Terrace, South Fremantle. It’s a block…
Freo Jaunts with FFP – A Cat Beach For Freo?
That’s not Freo! You’re quite correct (- in fact, it’s Penang!). Read on, all will be revealed. First, however, a…
North Fremantle’s Parks Are Filled With Hidden Gems!
It is impossible to write about the land on which we live without acknowledging the Aboriginal people who have cared…
The Trees Of Fremantle – Manning Park
Well, not quite Fremantle, I know; Cockburn actually, but very close! Situated north of Azelia Road at Hamilton Hill, Manning…
The Trees of Fremantle – Booyeembara Park
‘Boo Park‘, as it is affectionately known to the locals, is located where Montreal and Stevens Streets meet in White…
The Trees Of Fremantle – Hollis Park
‘Hollis Park?’, I hear you ask. ‘Where is Hollis Park?’ I often get this response when I mention it to…
The Trees Of Fremantle – The Norfolk Pines Of The Esplanade
It is always a pleasure to wander amongst or, better still, lay beneath the majestic Norfolk Pines of Fremantle’s beautiful…

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