Victoria Quay

Victoria Quay is a wharf on the south bank of the mouth in the port city of . It is separated from the Fremantle CBD by the railway line.

Notable Places in the Area

The is located at 1–9 Short Street, Fremantle, Western Australia, in Pioneer Park, opposite the . is situated 380 metres south of Victoria Quay. Photo: Gnangarra, CC BY 2.5 au.

Passenger ship terminal
The was built on Victoria Quay, in 1960–62, and opened in time for arrival of competitors for the Empire Games in 1962. is situated 330 metres northeast of Victoria Quay. Photo: Gnangarra, CC BY 2.5 au.

is situated 170 metres southwest of Victoria Quay. Photo: Samwilson, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is the terminus of Transperth's Fremantle line in . is situated 230 metres south of Victoria Quay. Photo: Hugh Llewelyn, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Localities in the Area

is a designated heritage precinct in Fremantle, Western…

is a port on the western coast of , facing out into the Indian Ocean. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

is a suburb of Perth metropolitan area, Western Australia, located within the , a local government area of the state. is situated 2 km northeast of Victoria Quay.

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