Retail therapy: Fremantle is open seven days a week, catering to your every shopping whim.
From quirky retail stores and the high end fashion of High Street, to its eclectic markets and plethora of unique artisan crafts scattered around the port city’s back streets, Fremantle has you covered. For those more unique designer items, head to Napoleon Street, Cottesloe or to Claremont Quarter.
Always vibrant and always welcoming, you’ll never tire of the new discoveries waiting for you around the next corner.
People to see. Places to go. How do you like your weekends, full on or relaxing? Multicultural Fremantle is a vibrant, eclectic city with something for everyone.
Living at Compass at Latitude Leighton Beach allows you to settle in for a coffee and cake on Fremantle’s bustling ‘Cappuccino Strip’, enjoy a picnic at one of the many parks around town or along the river, lunch at one of the harbourside cafes and restaurants, or raise a glass at one of the local craft breweries.
Time to go exploring. From your low-rise Compass beachside apartment you can take the coastal path from Leighton Beach and head off in search of new eateries, venture into Fremantle to discover local delicacies at the fresh food markets, or pack a picnic and enjoy a leisurely cycle around the Swan River.If work calls, you’ll find the North Fremantle train station within easy walking distance (only 200 metres) to whisk you into the Perth CBD in 21 minutes, and back again to the tranquillity of your beachside haven.
Being close to the train and with two free CAT buses on the doorstep, you can easily get to the Maritime Museum and Fremantle Arts Centre, the waterside restaurants of Fishing Boat Harbour and into Fremantle, and you’re just minutes from local yacht clubs, their restaurants and social activities
Spoilt for choice
Home from the working day and you’re faced with a delightful problem; which one of the mouth-watering neighbourhood cafes, restaurants and bars to drop into.
Will it be one of those right on your doorstep at Leighton Beach, or a little further afield in Fremantle where you can delve into its eclectic music, social and bar scene.
You could head to Fremantle in search of exclusive and hidden away eateries, or dine at the boutique hot spots of Mosman Park and Cottesloe. From breakfast to late night suppers, the options are endless.
Here are just a few to start: