Fremantle Principal Shared Path

Victoria Street to North Fremantle

This project will ensure people of all ages and ability are able to travel safely on a dedicated connection.
Project sign for Fremantle shared path

This project will provide a continuous off-road facility for cyclists and pedestrians, reducing possible conflict with traffic and providing a high-quality link to key tourist attractions. It will ensure people of all ages and ability are able to travel safely on a dedicated connection. 

Work will include:

  • Construction of 2.1 kilometres of new Principal Shared Path (PSP) between Victoria Street Station and North Fremantle Station, providing access to train stations and the Leighton Beach Boulevard.
  • Construction of a 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
  • Construction of a concrete path connecting the PSP to The Beehive Montessori School
  • New lighting, signs, handrails and pavement markings.

January 2021

Construction start

Late June 2021

Construction complete

Fremantle PSP drawing - image.jpg
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Acknowledgement of country

The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.

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