A DAY IN FREMANTLE

FremantleThere is just so much to see and do in the lively port city of Fremantle. For us, the day began with a bowl full of chilli muscles, king prawns and fish and chips at Kailis Fish Market. Nothing better than fresh seafood in the company of good friends. After a walk along the waterfront, we spent the next few hours further eating our way through Fremantle Markets, sipping coffee and soaking up the atmosphere in the yard. Here are some of my favourite pictures shot on film;

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From Fremantle, book a ferry, hire a bike and cycle around Rottnest Island in a day, or get out of the city and tour the Margaret River region. We canoed up Margaret River and had the best time exploring the estuary and tucking into the best bush foods.