Work will start on 11 January on a new fendering system for D Berth.
Young Endeavour has arrived in Fremantle near end of a world circumnavigation.
Ecuadorian sail training ship Guayas arrived in Fremantle this morning.
Australia's Young Endeavour and Ecuador's Guayas are visiting Fremantle.
Fremantle Ports is helping to revegetate Australia’s largest biodiverse reforestation ‘carbon sink’.
Camping is not permitted on North and South moles but campers are ignoring signs.
Fremantle Ports has maintained a continuous tide reading since 1897.
A record number of cruise passengers will pass through Fremantle this financial year.
Large numbers of fairy terns have returned to a sanctuary established by Fremantle Ports.
A dolphin calf that was entangled in fishing line is now free.
Six colourful pages of information about the port and the community
Helping grandparents and their grandchildren at Perth Zoo provided a win-win day for volunteers from Fremantle Ports recently.
Fremantle Ports has been named the top State Government agency for waste management at the Infinity Awards 2015.
Fremantle Ports' Maritime Day was a success with a variety of attractions.
Year 9 students from 20 secondary schools attended a Maritime Careers Day at Fremantle Ports.
Parking near C and D Sheds and part of Peter Hughes Dr will be closed for works.
South Mole is closed to the public 26 October - 27 November.
Have a fantastic, fun-filled family day at Victoria Quay.
In early September, Fremantle Ports' Workplace Volunteering Program started with some employees exchanging their usual day jobs to prepare literacy packs for our charity partner, the Dyslexia-SPELD Foundation (DSF).
Australia's peak body for the planning industry has presented a major award for the Victoria Quay Enabling Precinct Plan.
Fremantle Ports staff have chosen the Dyslexia-SPELD Foundation of WA and the Homeless and Abused Animal Rescue Team Inc to support by voluntary payroll deductions in 2015-16.
DFES units are attending the fire this afternoon.
The high-tech JOIDES Resolution research vessel, one of the world’s biggest floating scientific research facilities, is in Fremantle Harbour.
Three US Navy ships departed from Fremantle Port today after a five-day visit.
Three US Navy ships carrying 4000 sailors and marines have arrived for a scheduled visit.
Resurfacing works 22 June - 16 July
Read about dolphin research, current works, recent sponsorships, the growth of the cruise industry and education initiatives.
INS Satpura and INS Kamorta are in Fremantle for a goodwill visit.
Cruise passenger numbers through Fremantle have passed 100,000 for the first time in 42 years.
Reconstruction works at A Berth started in May.
An additional 83 bays are being built north of the Fremantle train station.
Part of Birksgate Rd will be one-way for a six-month trial
You can see the Fremantle to Bali Race yachts 10am Saturday 16 May.
Two fire-fighting helicopters being shipped to Greece landed on North Quay.
Fundraising associated with the Fremantle Dockers Starlight Purple Haze Game has raised more than $156,000.
United States Navy aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson accompanied by guided missile cruiser USS Bunker Hill and guided missile destroyer USS Gridley arrived at Fremantle Port on Sunday April 26 on a scheduled visit.
Pier protection works at Fremantle's traffic and rail bridges will improve safety for road, rail and river users.
Fremantle Ports has launched an app to help truck drivers handle containerised freight.
A new post-panamax container crane was officially launched at Fremantle Port on 14 April.
With Dawn Princess and Pacific Jewel visiting, traffic will be heavy around the Fremantle Passenger Terminal.
North Mole Drive will be closed for works from the evening of 19 April until 24 April.
Part of Birksgate Road, Rous Head will be one-way for a six-month trial
The majestic QM2 entered Fremantle today on its annual cruise through the southern hemisphere.
Proudly supported by Fremantle Ports for the 10th year
Cruise liner MSC Orchestra departed Fremantle on 26 March for a special Gallipoli tour to coincide with Anzac Day.
This concert is proudly supported by Fremantle Ports.
Giant rats, seagulls and garden gnomes are some of the street performers over Easter.
First edition for 2015 out now.
The container ship has been unloaded and has left Fremantle.
A container ship that ran aground off South Mole has been pulled free
A ship with two huge port cranes arrived at Fremantle Inner Harbour today
Port of Fremantle trade has grown almost 10 per cent in the first seven months of this financial year.
The successful Wednesday night food markets in B Shed will be on until 25 February.
Mr Smith was apppointed to the Fremantle Ports Board in January.
Chain of Responsibility and safe road operations will be discussed at a seminar on 12 March
The 300m container ship MSC Buxcliff made its maiden voyage to Fremantle on 23 January.
Piling work at Berth 2 expected to finish 23 January
A breeding sanctuary created by Fremantle Ports to give a helping hand to fairy terns has proved highly attractive to these vulnerable little birds.