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Enjoy the sights, sounds, flavours, action and colour of Fremantle’s best waterside market.

Enjoy the sights, sounds, flavours, action and colour of Fremantle’s best waterside market.
E-Shed Markets operates Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Public holidays all year round.

Located in a magnificent historical warehouse building on Victoria Quay, right in the centre of the Fremantle Port, E Shed Markets is a stone’s throw from the Railway Station and right next door to the Fremantle Maritime Museum and the Rottnest Ferry Terminals.

With a massive licensed alfresco terrace looking over Fremantle’s picturesque working harbour, E-Shed Markets is the only waterfront market in Western Australia. From here you can watch the boats and ships passing by.

Fremantle’s E-Shed Markets attracts thousands of locals and visitors. They come for the international food and music, local handicrafts, antiques and collectables, fashion both vintage and new, fresh organic fruit and vegetables, the warm aroma of a coffee and friendly banter from stall holders.

E-Shed Markets operates Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Public holidays all year round.

Located in a magnificent historical warehouse building on Victoria Quay, right in the centre of the Fremantle Port, E Shed Markets is a stone’s throw from the Railway Station and right next door to the Fremantle Maritime Museum and the Rottnest Ferry Terminals.

With a massive licensed alfresco terrace looking over Fremantle’s picturesque working harbour, E-Shed Markets is the only waterfront market in Western Australia. From here you can watch the boats and ships passing by.

Fremantle’s E-Shed Markets attracts thousands of locals and visitors. They come for the international food and music, local handicrafts, antiques and collectables, fashion both vintage and new, fresh organic fruit and vegetables, the warm aroma of a coffee and friendly banter from stall holders.