It's been an exciting time for Freo and plenty of progress was made last year with the Kings Square Renewal project.
The heat is on! Hear how the City's Parks and Landscapes team have changed up the maintenance routine of the trees at Kings Square to help combat the hot summer weather.
Watch the fascinating demolition of the old City of Fremantle buildings.
October saw a number of major milestones for the Kings Square Renewal project. Relive some of the action in this short video.
View all the action from September 2018 as the Kings Square Renewal project contunues to gather momentum.
A giant 450t crane (one of the biggest in Western Australia) lifting one of the former Myer building escalators out on Thursday 10 May 2018 as part of the Kings Square Renewal project.
The 8 tonne steel, jarrah and gyprock escalator modules come out in one piece and are then dismantled by hand and recycled!
From Wednesday 16 to Monday 21 May 2018 the City of Fremantle relocated the first five of seven London Plane Trees to other sites within Kings Square. Here's how they did it.
Things really started to ramp up early in 2018 with demolition of the Queensgate cinema and office building and the stripping back of the former Myer building. Here's the timelapse!
The next exciting phase of Fremantle's ongoing transformation is happening right now with the Kings Square Renewal project in the heart of the city. In this video we look at some of the events which have shaped modern day Fremantle into the city it is today.