Fremantle City Centre Streetscape Design

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Image: Queen Street potential streetscape transformation

Source: Freo 2029 Transformational Moves


Project Status:

With the announcement by the City of Fremantle in November 2016 to commence the Kings Square cultural precinct redevelopment, a decision has been made to integrate the enhancements of Queen, Point and Adelaide Streets and a new public space near the Fremantle Train Station over time with the redevelopment of Kings Square.


The City of Fremantle is preparing to develop a draft concept plan to upgrade the streetscape of Queen Street, Adelaide Street and Point Street, which are in need of significant improvement. This project is a key action from Freo 2029 Transformational Moves and responds to the changing role of these streets as plans to revitalise Fremantle progress.

With redevelopment planned for Kings Square, the Fremantle rail station forecourt and major sites along Queen Street and Adelaide Street, these key inner east end streets are in need of an upgrade to support revitalisation of the city centre. We want to make sure the public domain of Queen, Adelaide and Point streets is attractive and safe with good pedestrian connections, public transport links and public amenity.



Image: Queen Street potential streetscape transformation

Source: Freo 2029 Transformational Moves


Project Status:

With the announcement by the City of Fremantle in November 2016 to commence the Kings Square cultural precinct redevelopment, a decision has been made to integrate the enhancements of Queen, Point and Adelaide Streets and a new public space near the Fremantle Train Station over time with the redevelopment of Kings Square.


The City of Fremantle is preparing to develop a draft concept plan to upgrade the streetscape of Queen Street, Adelaide Street and Point Street, which are in need of significant improvement. This project is a key action from Freo 2029 Transformational Moves and responds to the changing role of these streets as plans to revitalise Fremantle progress.

With redevelopment planned for Kings Square, the Fremantle rail station forecourt and major sites along Queen Street and Adelaide Street, these key inner east end streets are in need of an upgrade to support revitalisation of the city centre. We want to make sure the public domain of Queen, Adelaide and Point streets is attractive and safe with good pedestrian connections, public transport links and public amenity.



Pin point a location on the map and add your comment.

over 2 years

From 9 May to 7 June 2016, we asked you to share your experiences and ideas to improve streetscapes in the Fremantle city centre. The comment period has closed but you can still see the ideas shared by community members.  


We'd like to build our understanding of the community's current experiences of Queen Street, Adelaide Street and Point Street and gather information to contribute to the draft concept plan for city centre streetscape improvements.

Simply click 'Go to Map' then select 'Add Marker' to pinpoint a location that you'd like to give us feedback on. Select the marker you dropped and tell us:

  • any issues or concerns you have using these streets, such as problems at intersections.
  • your ideas to improve the streetscape, such as how to make conditions better for pedestrians or cyclists.    

Comment by 7 June 2016.  

To receive updates on the City Centre Streetscape Design project and events, register with My Say Freo or email communityengagement@fremantle.wa.gov.au

From 9 May to 7 June 2016, we asked you to share your experiences and ideas to improve streetscapes in the Fremantle city centre. The comment period has closed but you can still see the ideas shared by community members.  


We'd like to build our understanding of the community's current experiences of Queen Street, Adelaide Street and Point Street and gather information to contribute to the draft concept plan for city centre streetscape improvements.

Simply click 'Go to Map' then select 'Add Marker' to pinpoint a location that you'd like to give us feedback on. Select the marker you dropped and tell us:

  • any issues or concerns you have using these streets, such as problems at intersections.
  • your ideas to improve the streetscape, such as how to make conditions better for pedestrians or cyclists.    

Comment by 7 June 2016.  

To receive updates on the City Centre Streetscape Design project and events, register with My Say Freo or email communityengagement@fremantle.wa.gov.au

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