North Fremantle is a mixed-use suburb within the City of Fremantle that was settled in the 1850s. Its three square kilometre land area is used for residential, industrial and commercial purposes. The suburb enjoys enviable views of the Swan River to the east and south, as well as views of the Indian Ocean to the west. North Fremantle's landscape is characterised by both modern and heritage architecture.
Life in North Fremantle
A beach-side lifestyle is enjoyed in North Fremantle, with Leighton Beach, Port Beach and Harvey Beach all accessible. Adding to the coastal appeal are the restaurants that line the sands of the beaches offering breathtaking views over great food day and night. Local night spots include the popular Mojo's Bar and Railway Hotel. Other features are the North Fremantle Bowling Club, North Fremantle Train Station and North Fremantle Primary School.