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After looking at the central business area of Fremantle, we caught the Blue Cat around to the area surrounding the Fremantle Sailing Club. The sights didn’t look as spectacular from ground level as they had from the bus but Himself managed to get some photos of the number of boats stored around the sailing club.
The Fremantle Boat Park was like nothing we’ve ever seen!
Herself loved this canal-style boat!
From the sailing club, we walked to the fishing boat harbour.
We both loved these two sculptures on the wharf near a commemorative wall which held a list of names of those that built the fishing industry in Fremantle.
We then walked from the boat harbour to the newly opened “Shipwreck Gallery”
and from there to the “Round House”, the oldest public building in Western Australia. It was built as a gaol and was in use for more than fifty years during the nineteenth century.
This a view from the hill on which the Round House stands.
As the sun set, we returned to Fremantle station for our journey back to Perth.