Container throughput at Fremantle Port has been at record levels for October and November this year
Astor arrived in Fremantle on 11 December on its first of 13 visits this financial year
Plans on display at E Shed Markets 11am-3pm Sat 14 December
Santa is at E Shed on the weekends as well as giving trees for donating to charity are at B and E sheds
Fremantle Ports is seeking expressions of interest from the private sector to develop and operate a dedicated automotive and Ro-Ro (roll on - roll off) terminal on Victoria Quay.
North Mole is closed to the public to allow works to take place at Rous Head.
Victoria Quay welcomes a new addition today with the opening of the Don Tapa restaurant.
The historic statue of C Y O'Connor that graces Victoria Quay received some cleaning and maintenance work recently.
Captain Allan Gray has been made a life member of the Company of Master Mariners of Australia
Fremantle Ports is extending the North Quay Rail Terminal to help reduce the growth of port-related truck traffic.
INS Sahyadri has arrived in Fremantle and will be open to visitors.
NSS Thunder is on its way to Sydney for the International Fleet Review
Almost 100 white London-style taxis have been imported into Fremantle.
Tall ship KRI Dewaruci departed Fremantle this morning (4 Sept)
In spite of some inclement weather, thousands of people enjoyed Maritime Day at Victoria Quay.
There will be a lot to do for all ages at the Maritime Day expo on 31 August.
The 80-strong cadet band from Indonesian tall ship Dewaruci thrilled crowds in Fremantle today.
KRI Dewaruci is open to the public each day until it leaves about 4 September.
Dolphin researchers have reported there is a dolphin calf with a severe entanglement in Cockburn Sound.
The container ship MSC Messina set a record for Fremantle Port when it berthed at the Patrick Terminal, North Quay on Saturday 17 August.
Peter Hughes Drive, east of E Shed Markets, has been re-opened after being closed for operational purposes.
British square rigger STS Lord Nelson is leaving Fremantle for the eastern states at 10am.
Maritime Rites and BEAMS, performances by Alvin Curran for The 11th Totally Huge New Music Festival
The development of 27 hectares of reclaimed land at Rous Head continues to take shape.
Open to the public 2 & 3 Aug, departing 2pm 4 Aug.
Celebration activities on Saturday and open ships on Sunday.
The two larger Dutch tall ships joined the small Tecla at Victoria Quay today.
Pilot on board at noon, with the ships arriving at the harbour entrance later.
The first of three visiting Dutch tall ships, the Tecla, entered Fremantle this morning after a long voyage from the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius.
British sail training ship Lord Nelson, currently at C Berth on Victoria Quay, will shortly undergo scheduled maintenance.
British sail training ship Lord Nelson, the first of a number of tall ships arriving in July, is now scheduled to arrive in Fremantle today.
North Mole will be closed from 13 July to about the end of October.
Three Dutch sailing ships will be a colourful and interesting sight when they arrive in Fremantle towards the end of July.
Watch a video of how Fremantle Ports staff helped a cormorant caught up in discarded hooks and fishing line.
Total AMS tug crews cut the ropes entangling a severely distressed whale in Cockburn Sound
There will be road and access changes at Rous Head over the next few months.
Entries have now closed for the Kick-to-Kick with the Fremantle Dockers.
40 girls and boys aged 8-12 will spend an afternoon in the July holidays with Freo Dockers players
Work on the installation of roads and services within the 27 hectares reclaimed at Fremantle Ports’ Rous Head is well advanced.
Street names for new Rous Head land, HMAS Sydney open to public on Maritime Day, Telstra switches on 4G at Inner Harbour, environmental sampling, new Victoria Quay signage and report on education initiatives.
New streets on reclaimed land at Rous Head will be named after a former Fremantle Port Authority general manager, an early container ship and a passenger ship that became a troop carrier during WWII.
Restricted access to South Mole 8.45-9.30am during a sporting event.
The Zhen Hua 21 was an impressive sight as it entered Fremantle Port's Inner Harbour today to deliver a new container crane to Asciano's Patrick Terminal at North Quay.
Funds raised at the Dockers Purple Haze Game and associated events have topped last year's effort by $26,000.
Murdoch University researchers are following the progress of a new dolphin calf in Fremantle Harbour and further upriver.
Female students visited the port to learn about the breadth of careers in the maritime industry.
Volunteers from Fremantle Ports handed out an estimated 3000 flags to people in Fremantle on Anzac Day.
Superliner Queen Mary 2 will be staying overnight and leaving Fremantle tomorrow morning at 7am.
The stately liner arrived safely in Fremantle this afternoon in gusty conditions.
Dress up in purple for the Dockers game on 12 April because it's the Starlight Purple Haze Game, supported by Fremantle Ports.
Co-operation from importers of containerised goods through Fremantle Port and from port service providers helped to avoid delivery delays in the seasonal peak leading up to Christmas 2012.
The mole, which has been temporarily closed for repairs, will be open from Wednesday 20 March 2013.
The first edition for 2013 of our community newsletter is out.
More than 300 people saw Sophie Wall win the major prize at the Kwinana Industries Youth Art Awards last night.
Any sightings of this dolphin should be immediately reported.
Fremantle Port's North Mole will be closed from 5 March for about three weeks.
The only purpose-built monohull accommodation vessel in the world visited Fremantle in February.
A small coastal trader departing Fremantle Inner Harbour early this morning had low-impact contact with North Mole.
Cruise ship Celebrity Solstice has called at Fremantle for the first time.
Fremantle Ports, with support from Tourism WA, has installed a wireless connection for cruise ship passengers and the visiting public while they are in and around the Fremantle Passenger Terminal, on Victoria Quay.
Work is progressing well on the development of high-level plans for the Commercial Precinct on Victoria Quay, the Public Transport Authority land around the Fremantle Train Station and the City of Fremantle’s nearby Pioneer Park.
Fremantle Ports has awarded a $13m contract to local civil and mining contractor Brierty Ltd to construct roads and install services on reclaimed land at Rous Head.
This year, 18 cruise ship visits are scheduled for Fremantle Port, with 60,000 passenger visits due in 2013 compared to 56,500 passenger visits in 2012.