East Freo


Getting its name from the Fremantle corner on which it is found, Stackwood is a place where creativity abounds. It is a mix of studios, an event space, garden shop and coffee joint Read full review

May Street Larder

May Street Larder is the newest venture by Eamon Sullivan and Scott Bridger, and is a welcome addition to the Canning Highway strip. Read full review

Young George

  • When:7am-late Tues-Thurs, 7am-late Fri-Sun
  • Where:48 George Street East Fremantle
  • Web:younggeorge.com.au

One of the most impressive aspects of Young George, previously known as The Wine Store, is the way the clever folk behind it have managed to do it all without seeming like they’re trying too hard. What they’ve created ticks all the boxes for any small venue. Read full review

Willow and the Bowerbird

Opening early 2011, on the much loved strip that is George Street in East Fremantle, Willow and the Bowerbird adds beautifully designed products to the pick of boutique shops already on offer. Read full review

Little Stove

You’ll find Little Stove off the beaten track a bit, deep in the suburb of Bicton. The vibe is carefree and the young staff just want to feed you and water you and make you happy. Read full review

Hubbles Yard Cafe

  • When:8-3 Mon-Sun
  • Where:50 George St East Freo
  • Tel:9339 5850
  • Good for:tasty coffee and breakfast.

The hub of this place is surely the Bushell’s Tea triptych on the far wall. It was salvaged from the premises before it was transformed into East Freo’s favorite caffeine fix. But it is much more than that. Read full review

George Street Quarters

  • When:6-5 Mon-Tues, 6-11 Wed-Fri, 7-11 Sat-Sun
  • Where:71-75 George St East Fremantle
  • Tel:9339 6352
  • Web:www.georgestreetquarters.com
  • Good for:enjoying a wonderful lunch before browsing the nearby boutiques.