Fremantle Principal Shared Path

Victoria Street to North Fremantle


Cyclists and pedestrians are enjoying a new 2.1 kilometre path.

Fremantle PSP complete

People of all ages and abilities are able to travel safely on a dedicated path, providing improved connectivity between Perth CBD and North Fremantle.

  • 2.1 kilometres of new path between Victoria Street and North Fremantle stations.
  • New access point to Victoria Street Station, North Fremantle Station and the Leighton Beach Boulevard.
  • Upgrades to pedestrian crossing facilities on Curtin Avenue for access to Mosman Beach and Leighton Beach carparks.
  • New connection to the shared path to The Beehive Montessori School.
  • Lighting, signs, handrails and pavement markings.

The upgrades were made possible with $5.1 million funding as part of the Principal Shared Path Expansion Program where the WA Government has invested $220 million in cycling and walking infrastructure.

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