The Fremantle Markets were built in 1897 and re-opened in 1975 as they are today.
Full of life and local creativity. It is an amazing trading hub today.
Menu Magazines Scott Arnold-Eyres talks to Amanda from Kooky Glass Art who make fused glass art, jewellery, homewares and other gifts.
We also talk Judy Nastov who makes stoneware pottery for your home. It’s dishwasher and microwave safe.
And we also spoke to Richard Smyth does amazing landscape and wildlife photography that will look great on your wall at home.
Scott visits the markets often, but it wasn’t until he started really researching for this HOME in WA story that he discovered how many types of cuisines are available.
There are numerous seating areas too or why not take it home.
Saku for example does amazing Balinese Food. Nick suggested he try the Nasi Goring.
Egg spot does everything eggs and Scott tried a breakfast toasty.
Fat-Boi offers a selection of good old-fashion brownies. Scott tried a very unusual flavour in that of a peanut butter and jelly brownie.
Luby Lu makes layer cakes and you have to see what Scott chose to eat here.
There is so much to see, buy, taste at the Fremantle Markets. But do allow a few hours to enjoy it. Mostly open Friday, Saturday and Sunday but check their website. So why not go and visit the Fremantle Markets this weekend and discover something new.