Raw Nachos in Fremantle

Well, 220,000 kms and 10 years later, we upgraded our car and to say the least, it has been a well deserved purchase and I'm super happy. I have a tendency for holding onto things :).  10 years sure does equal a whole heap of electronic advancements in automotion. There is a button for almost everything and seat heaters are a great idea!  To celebrate, we took Tigger (yep it has a name) for a ...

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Cycle to Fremantle

Following our cycle last weekend, we were keen to do it all again. This route may be shorter but extends to the portside town of Fremantle for coffee and food snacks. Start and end –  Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club to Rule Street Cafe Stop –  Bread in Common KM traveled; 10km roughly Section 1 - Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club to Rule Street We leave the car behind at the picturesque Keane's Point Reserve and head south along the ...

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Bread in Common; Duck FAT Potatoes in Fremantle

Every so often, Dad and I meet over a cup of coffee. I love taking him to new places and he's always keen to step out of the zone of familiarity and comfort which is great. Today it was Bread in Common, a cafe and bakery on Pakenham Street in Fremantle. Bread in Common, with its cleverly constructed herb and vegetable garden on the front paving brightens up the streetscape. Like an oasis ...

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The Banker Cafe, Fremantle

Located in the magnificently grand former Commonwealth Bank building (built-in 1934), is a collaboration of coffee and retail fashion. The Banker Cafe and Common Ground Collective share the large space on 82 High Street in Fremantle. Meeting dad for a quick coffee I was a little excited to show him a new spot in Fremantle, there seems to be quite a few popping up lately which is fantastic to see and some ...

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Moore & Moore Cafe in Fremantle

Moore and Moore Café is located on Henry Street, opposite Notre Dame University in the west end locality of Fremantle. The café on the ground floor is the welcoming point of the Moores building, there are six unique individual exhibition spaces for hire and they are often utilised for exhibitions and creative projects or collaborations. The Moores Building is a recognised historical landmark in Western Australia, a merchant business owned by ...

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Chalkys Espresso Bar

Chalkys Espresso Bar is located at number 1 High Street in the Heritage listed Fremantle Municipal Tramways Building.  Arriving early on a chilly morning we noticed the tables at the front of the cafe received the morning sun and this is where we took up our seats. Bringing back a little spirit of the Fremantle working port days the walls of the cafe have some great graphics of ship liners and ...

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Canvas Cafe @ Fremantle Arts Centre

Having worked over the Easter long Weekend I welcomed in my very own long weekend with coffee and breakfast followed by spending a birthday voucher down at Kitchen Warehouse in Success. Canvas Cafe is located inside the historical Fremantle Arts Centre, it is the Gothic looking building on Ord Street across from the Fremantle pools. If you take the entrance from Finnerty Street you will walk through an archway consumed in ...

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