Ferimantle Market is Perth's largest farmer's market, there are many food stalls, making local cuisine everywhere, very good. In addition, it is also a distribution center for fresh fruits, vegetables and meat, as well as daily necessities. Every day, it is very busy from morning to night. It is absolutely worth visiting and gaining a lot.
Ferimantle Market is the largest market in Perth area. It has a very large area and a lot of vendors. From fresh vegetables to gourmet restaurants to small commodities, there are a lot of passengers every day, which is definitely a good place for shopping. And the vendors inside are very polite, much better than the big cold malls.
There are many small items with local characteristics, mostly hand-made. Some original crafts are very interesting and beautiful. The only disadvantage is that most of the employees are employed. They can't decide the price, so they can't bargain. Here I bought a bunch of gifts for my friends when I returned home!
Town style, very dry. There's a small train going straight from the city (blue line)
The Victorian Freeman Market Fremantle Market is a place to be missed. The morning is very busy. It sells a variety of fruits and vegetables. The sunny fruits in Western Australia are big and sweet. Of course, the fresh seafood in Western Australia is also famous all over the world. There are all kinds of seafood here. The price is naturally much cheaper than that of restaurants.
We are lucky, because the Fermenter market is equivalent to the Saturday market, and only on Saturdays, which means that there is no one from Monday to Saturdays. There are many things to sell here, you can also sell hand letters here. Some hand letters are very special!
Fremantle's market on Saturdays is really busy. There are many Chinese people doing business in the market. I'm very busy here on Saturdays because I can see some creative things, such as some refrigerator stickers, which are made of some Australian unique fruits.
It smells like a small commodity market. It's clean and tidy, unlike the mess in China.
In the afternoon, I visited the Fremantle market and the port. The town was very busy. I was not used to parking, and I had to find parking space. Besides, the hotel had no parking space, and we had to find overnight parking lot. After half a day, we had to stop by the roadside for A$2.2 an hour, and then parked overnight parking lot for A$4.4 a night at 11 p.m. The ticket was AUS$55, but the place to pay the ticket was 20 meters away from the parking lot. Fremantle was very busy and crowded, and people had to queue for meals, and people in big cities liked graffiti. In the afternoon, we had curry, beer and spring rolls at an old Shanghai restaurant near Fremantle Market, which cost A$35 for a meal. But after 6 p.m., no one was seen on the road. There were almost no guests in the hotel at night, only two rooms on the first floor were occupied. We had dinner, watched TV, and I went to park my car and went back to sleep at 11 p.m. The evening is really boring; start to miss the life of Shanghai;