Built progressively from 1840 as the business premises for W.D. Moore & Co, a Fremantle merchant family. The surviving complex comprises a residence, factory, stables, as well as the prominent front office/warehouse building completed in c. 1899. The property remained in the ownership of the Moore family for over 100 years, when it was sold to the Stevenson Transport Company in 1956. Purchased by the City of Fremantle in 1985, it was restored progressively from 1985 to 1996.
We share our beautiful walls with the Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, a City of Fremantle exhibition space.
Offering a diverse showcase of contemporary art by local and national artists
with exhibitions rolling in every couple of weeks, there is always something new to come in and check out.
Fremantle’s up and coming West End is a sophisticated mixture of Fashion, Food, Education & History. The Notre Dam University Campus is nestled in between the historic buildings and side streets. With cafe’s, restaurants, book shops, boutiques and much much more hidden in each nook. Stroll down High street and be taken back in time, with a trendy splash of current trends and culture.
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