East Fremantle is a suburb with great respect for its history and heritage. Established in 1897 after separating from the greater Fremantle area, the town has made every effort to resist the push for infill development and has actively encouraged retention of the many heritage homes, gardens and streetscapes iconic to the area.
Life in East Fremantle
George Street is the main entertaining strip in East Fremantle with numerous restaurants, bistros and bars an attraction for both locals and visitors. The Left Bank Café, Bar and Restaurant is a much loved establishment, which basks in beautiful river views. Located just a few kilometres from the Fremantle city centre, East Fremantle residents enjoy proximity to everything from retail outlets, boutique shops, café's, restaurants, pubs, bars and nightclubs. The suburb is well served by public transport and is home to the East Fremantle Football Club and the East Fremantle Yacht Club.