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Public Art East Fremantle

East Fremantle is located in the southern suburb of Perth, Western Australia. The suburb was developed in the 1890s as a result of the gold rushes. Prior to European settlement, the area was home to the Noongar people who used the area for hunting and as a water supply.

In 2017 The town of  East Fremantle announced its public art strategy.

The overarching vision for this strategy is to develop public art to assist in creating places that are valued by the
community and visitors and relate clearly to the identity of East Fremantle. The project area has been divided into five distinct domains Foreshore, Leeuwin Barracks, Town Centre, George Street and Neighbourhoods.
Town of East Fremantle Public Art Strategy September 2017

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