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Can Fremantle handle bigger ships?

Two of the largest-capacity container ships to ever visit Australia visited Fremantle in July. Capable of carrying 9400 standard containers each—double the number on most…

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Fremantle Road Delays – Stirling Bridge Expansion Joint Replacement

Main Roads are conducting works on Expansion Joint Replacement to Stirling Bridge in Fremantle. Night works began on the 10th June and is expected to…

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Fremantle Ports celebrates 50 years

The Encounter Bay arriving at Fremantle Port – 28th March 1969 This year in March, Fremantle Ports celebrated 50 years since the start of the…

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Big Little Vessels

We often talk about big container ships coming into Fremantle, like Archimidis (318m long, 43m wide, 90,000grt), but the two ships with the highest throughput…

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Fremantle Port Trade Stats

Today we’re sharing some interesting statistics with you from the team at Fremantle Ports. So far this financial year, Western Australians have imported 416 TEU/20-ft…

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National award for WA marine biosecurity

  Fremantle Ports has been involved in a partnership between WA’s Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development and port authorities to keep marine pests…

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New street lighting for Rous Head South

Street lighting in the older part of Rous Head will be upgraded to match the newer area (above) Street lighting in Rous Head south of…

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More containers being moved after hours, easing pressure on roads

A recently released study has found more containers are being moved between Fremantle Port and unpack and pack locations after daytime business hours. The percentage…

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Fremantle Ports Maritime Day 2018

We’ve been telling you about Fremantle Ports Maritime Day for years now: 2017 2016 2015 2014 It’s a fantastic day out for the whole family!

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Fremantle Fairy Terns

Fremantle Ports fairy tern sanctuary at Rous Head has been recognised by PIANC, the World Association for Waterborne   Transport Infrastructure. ​ Port Environmental Advisor…

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