Fremantle Oval - Stories and Memories

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Do you have a story about Fremantle Oval?

We want your stories, photographs, maps, newspaper clippings!

Fremantle Oval and Victoria Pavilion has stood as an icon in the lives of the Fremantle community, its visitors, and sports fans for over 125 years. Originally given to the City of Fremantle as a Crown grant in 1894. The oval’s location in the heart of Fremantle has made it a focal point for the community and local identity.

The City is updating the Conservation Management Plan for Fremantle Oval. To better understand the social significance of the site, we are seeking your stories of the past and/or present day that relate to Fremantle Oval.

The updated Conservation Management Plan will also play an important part in the Fremantle Oval Redevelopment Masterplan (the Masterplan), in guiding the future planning and development of this important historic site.

The key objectives for the Masterplan include:

  • Facilities Infrastructure
  • The experience
  • Enhanced community connections
  • Resilience
  • Economic Stability
  • Heritage

There are two ways to participate:

(1) Online, by completing the Submission Form below. By using the form below you can upload relevant content and/or images etc.

(2) By post, by send us a copy of your story or artifact (eg photo, map, newspaper clippings etc). Please do not send us original materials.

When posting materials please include: (1) Your name, email, and phone number; and, (2) indicate whether you give permission for your story to be uploaded on the My Say Freo website. Post to: Fremantle Oval Stories, PO Box 807, Fremantle WA 6959.

A copy of the Masterplan and the Conservation Management Plan (1996) is available to review in the Document Library (right of screen).




Do you have a story about Fremantle Oval?

We want your stories, photographs, maps, newspaper clippings!

Fremantle Oval and Victoria Pavilion has stood as an icon in the lives of the Fremantle community, its visitors, and sports fans for over 125 years. Originally given to the City of Fremantle as a Crown grant in 1894. The oval’s location in the heart of Fremantle has made it a focal point for the community and local identity.

The City is updating the Conservation Management Plan for Fremantle Oval. To better understand the social significance of the site, we are seeking your stories of the past and/or present day that relate to Fremantle Oval.

The updated Conservation Management Plan will also play an important part in the Fremantle Oval Redevelopment Masterplan (the Masterplan), in guiding the future planning and development of this important historic site.

The key objectives for the Masterplan include:

  • Facilities Infrastructure
  • The experience
  • Enhanced community connections
  • Resilience
  • Economic Stability
  • Heritage

There are two ways to participate:

(1) Online, by completing the Submission Form below. By using the form below you can upload relevant content and/or images etc.

(2) By post, by send us a copy of your story or artifact (eg photo, map, newspaper clippings etc). Please do not send us original materials.

When posting materials please include: (1) Your name, email, and phone number; and, (2) indicate whether you give permission for your story to be uploaded on the My Say Freo website. Post to: Fremantle Oval Stories, PO Box 807, Fremantle WA 6959.

A copy of the Masterplan and the Conservation Management Plan (1996) is available to review in the Document Library (right of screen).



Page last updated: 21 January 2022, 12:29