Fremantle Ports continues to progress the planning and development of the western end of Victoria Quay, with a number of elements of the Fremantle Waterfront Masterplan now in place.

Working with other agencies and with community input, the aim is to revitalise this area of the waterfront and improve links with the City of Fremantle.

Elements of the Masterplan now in place include the Western Australian Maritime Museum, which was opened in 2002, O’Connor Landing where the ferries berth, realignment of Peter Hughes Drive, and refurbishment of historic B Shed to house a ferry terminal and café.

The Phillimore Street Integrated Master Plan was developed to improve linkages between Fremantle city centre and the Victoria Quay waterfront.

The Victoria Quay Fremantle Interpretation Plan 2010  was prepared for Fremantle Ports by LookEar Pty Ltd and Lovell Chen Pty Ltd. Research for the report included comprehensive community consultation. The report brought together the array of complex stories that constitute the history of Victoria Quay.

Following the release of the Victoria Quay Waterfront Working Group Report (2012), Commercial Precinct planning was done.