Engaging with the community and stakeholders regarding a proposed redevelopment in Fremantle’s Fishing Boat Harbour.

Fremantle’s Fishing Boat Harbour is a world famous operational harbour, as well as a tourism and hospitality hub. Lot 2023 Mews Road (38 Mews Rd) is currently used as a boat lifting, maintenance, stacking and storage facility and is located adjacent to Little Creatures. The study area also includes the car parking area at Sardine Wharf which is next to the boat lifting facility.

38 Mews Road is currently inaccessible to the community and the project will investigate opportunities to create a vibrant mixed-use destination that better connects the site with the waterfront, neighbouring hospitality businesses and other land uses in the Harbour.

We invite you to connect with us and share your ideas.

Coming Up

We’re opening the doors for members of the community and key stakeholders to share their ideas for the site through a series of events and activities during each project phase.

Questions?

Read some of the Frequently Asked Questions to help get a better understanding.

Harbour Connect is an engagement initiative exploring opportunities for the redevelopment of the study area to better:

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community with the Harbour waterfront

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with and celebrate the Harbour’s unique heritage

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with and support neighbouring businesses and Fremantle’s creative commerce

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a range of accommodation offerings with the harbour

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tourists and locals with great places, spaces (and each other) in the Harbour

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charter boats and pleasure craft with the harbour

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the harbour with local transport networks

Your ideas!

Take a look at the ways you can get involved.

Latest News & Updates

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Welcome!

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History of Fishing Boat Harbour

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A Country of Harbours

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