Today is International Day for Monuments and Sites, also known as World Heritage Day. To celebrate we thought we would share this photo we recently took where, while photographing the Fremantle Police Station Complex, we managed to also fit in Fremantle Prison and the Victoria Pavilion, the joys of aerial photography! Fremantle has plenty of heritage listed buildings (252 to be exact!) and they are all within walking distance so why not celebrate World Heritage Day with a walk around the town?
Fremantle Police Station Complex was built between 1896 and 1903 and it includes the police station and former courthouse
Victoria Pavilion is the Fremantle Oval Grandstand built in 1897, named after Queen Victoria to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee.
Fremantle Prison is a State, National and World Heritage site, built by convicts between 1851 and 1859 and it is the most intact of all Australian convict sites.