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Outdoor Pubs in Fremantle

Grab some friends and spend an afternoon in the sun at one of Fremantle's outdoor pubs.

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Outdoor Pubs
The Norfolk, (08) 9335 5405
Sail and Anchor, (08) 9335 8433
Little Creatures, (08) 9430 5555
Rosie O'Grady's, (08) 9335 1645
Clancy's Fish Pub, (08) 9335 1351
The Left Bank, (08) 9319 1315

Standfirst: Grab some friends and spend an afternoon in the sun at one of Fremantle's outdoor pubs.

In summer Fremantle buzzes with tourists and locals enjoying the coastal city's sunny weather and relaxed atmosphere. If, after a few hours of shopping, you find that you're ready to take a load off, make the most of the weather and relax outdoors at one of Fremantle's pubs.

The Norfolk is one of Fremantle's oldest pubs and is located at the corner of South Terrace and Essex St. The sculpted wrought iron gates at the entrance of the pub lead directly into the open-air area, where you can enjoy some of the Norfolk's great food and cool beers.

Further towards the centre of South Terrace is the Sail and Anchor, another stalwart of the Fremantle scene, which has the first microbrewery in Australia on site. The Sail and Anchor has a covered section at the rear of the pub filled with plants and seating for those needing a bit of fresh air, and has just opened the upstairs area as a lounge bar. Top Deck is open later than the pub downstairs so if you feel like reclining on a lounge with a capriosca in hand, this is the place to do it. Visitors can also enjoy the view from the balcony right down South Terrace and out towards the pine trees of the Esplanade.

Crossing the grass of the Esplanade will take you to Little Creatures, a newer establishment in Fremantle that has made a splash with its handcrafted beers. The pub has an upper viewing platform that often houses art exhibitions and also allows you to view the brewery from above. Little Creatures has an open decked area at the rear, looking out onto the waters of Fremantle Harbour. If you're feeling peckish, they have a menu specialising in mussels and pizzas.

Rosie O'Grady's continues to be a favourite haunt of many beer-loving folk and its beer garden is often full on hot summer days. Rosie's can supply all the Guinness any Irishman could ever want and there is always a happy atmosphere.

Clancy's Fish Pub, opposite the old Wool Stores, has a lovely outdoor area overlooking Princess May park. The spires of the nearby cathedral, the old Fremantle Boys' School and the green grass of the park create an atmosphere similar to an English village green. Clancy's serves local beers from the Swan Valley and Margaret River and has a full menu with live entertainment from Wednesday to Sunday nights.

The Left Bank in East Fremantle overlooks the beautiful Swan River and is a popular spot for those wanting to enjoy the view, a yummy bite to eat and a few drinks with friends. This pub, like all the pubs with outdoor areas in Fremantle, gets very busy on the weekends so if you're keen to spend the afternoon with a coldie in your hand you either need to get there early or be prepared to stand.

Other stuff: If you're interested in knowing more about our maritime history, the new WA Maritime Museum has lots of great displays, including Australia II and the submarine Ovens. The building alone is an incredible sight so make it a priority to discover something about your own past. If you haven't seen it yet, right next door is one of Australia's best motor museums. Even if you're not into cars this is still worth seeing.

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