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Where | Western Australia’s World Heritage-
listed Fremantle Prison is also a major tourist
attraction and venue for functions.
Numbers | The Prison can cater for groups of up
to 500. The capacities of each function space are
listed on the website.
Food | All functions require professional
catering, and equipment must be brought to the
venue. Caterers can undertake a site visit with the
Prison’s Events Officer. The Convict Cafe can also
provide on-site catering.
Drink | Event hosts can bring their own drinks
or arrange a package through their chosen caterer.
The Terrace, Fremantle
Phone (08) 9336 9205
Tour | Step inside and be transported
back in time with one of the Prison’s
fascinating tours. Choose from one of the
following options: Doing Time, Great Escapes,
Tunnels and Torchlight.
Main Cell Block | This block features four
storeys of prison cells that are divided into
The Commissariat | Consisting of two
stylish underground rooms with thick
limestone walls, it’s great for cocktail parties.
East Workshops | Originally built for
inmates’ activities and as a training ground
for unskilled prisoners, these workshops
are perfect for presentations, award nights
and formal dinners.
Character spaces | Crown Theatre,
Prison Yards, Gatehouse and two Chapels.
Explore the tunnels 20m below the
Prison, on foot and by boat.
Customise | Large double doors between
each division mean the space can be tailored
to suit your group size, making it ideal for
Combine | The onsite Convict Cafe can
provide lunch in the Special Handling Unit
Meeting Room for a day to remember.
Gift Shop | A fantastic range of giftware
means guests will cherish their memento of
your unique prison function.
The Prison’s range of function spaces can
accommodate various numbers, with the
Main Cell Block holding up to 500 guests.
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