Fremantle Ports Administration Building will close at 3pm, Friday 22 December, 2017 and will re-open at 8am on Wednesday 27 December, 2017.
This morning’s arrival of Royal Caribbean’s massive cruise ship Ovation of the Seas on its second visit to Fremantle was an impressive sight.
The biggest cruise ship to ever visit Fremantle will return tomorrow.
A Japanese icebreaker and scientific research vessel are at Victoria Quay.
The Ocean Monarch semi-submersible drilling rig will be anchored in Fremantle Ports’ Outer Anchorage for 2-3 months.
Royal Caribbean’s mega liner Ovation of the Seas will call at Fremantle on Wednesday 29 November on its second visit to the port.
An Erickson air-crane for aerial firefighting has arrived at Fremantle Port and is pictured taking off from North Quay for its summer base in Western Australia.
FS Auvergne berthed at Victoria Quay this morning.
Fremantle Chamber Orchestra plays at B Shed on Sunday 12 November
Lots of sunshine, lots of machinery and boats and lots of fun this year
Fremantle Ports administration building is one of the sites for High Tide 17.
A colourful spectacle and huge array of marine-themed activities will greet visitors to Fremantle Ports’ Maritime Day at Victoria Quay on Saturday 4 November.
The multi-agency Westport Taskforce will outline a long-range vision to guide the planning, development and growth of both the Inner Harbour at Fremantle and the future Outer Harbour at Kwinana.
Lots of information about Maritime Day, works around the port and education support.
An underwater rock mound has been constructed in Fremantle Inner Harbour to protect the Fremantle Rail Bridge from the risk of ship impact.
An underwater rock mound will be constructed in Fremantle Inner Harbour to protect the Fremantle Rail Bridge from the risk of ship impact.
Fremantle Ports is continuing the refurbishment of the exterior of its administration building.
About 150 artworks were commissioned or chosen for the Mediterranean Shipping Company's national office in Fremantle.
TAMS Group was the winner of the Marine Industry Excellence Award at the Fremantle Business Awards 2017.
The Indian navy and a German research ship recently attracted visitors to Victoria Quay.
The Rous Head Industrial Park has been certified with a prestigious ‘Excellent as Built’ rating by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia.
Three Indian naval ships that arrived this morning will be open to the public tomorrow.
Stories and photos about the port and community initiatives
One of the world's most high-tech research vessels will be open to the public on Victoria Quay.
MSC will open the doors to the refurbished historic Elders Building on 3 June.
If you are fishing at the moles, please park responsibly and don't litter.
The CoR/SOLAS app has had excellent take-up in the transport industry.
Five Australian and New Zealand ships berthed in the Inner Harbour today.
The awards recognise excellence and accountability in annual reporting in the WA public sector.
An Australian ship and Spanish ship departed from Fremantle today.
The RAN ship and Spanish ship are berthed at Victoria Quay.
South Mole will be closed to the public while a disused shed is demolished.
A life-size rubbing of a cruise ship gangway features in an art exhibition.
Soil collected for new WWI memorial garden in Canberra
Carabiniere will be open to the public at Victoria Quay on Australia Day.