The Longest Wooden Bridge in Western Australia - Iconic Entrance to Fremantle

Your Last Chance to Save Fremantle Traffic Bridge

The article above is from today's Post newspaper.

Main Roads is well advanced in their planning for building a new bridge and demolishing the heritage listed entry statement into Fremantle that continues to serve us  so well today, and which would serve us even longer, especially if the government was prepared to spend money on maintenance instead of demolition. 

The bridge is heritage listed category 1a with Fremantle Council, meaning it is of "Exceptional significance", but no-one at Fremantle Council is interested in campaigning for it. Thousands of dollars has been put into ideological and divisive campaigns by Council to attack Fremantle's history and inappropriately rename King's Square, but not a single dollar has gone into protecting the bridge and its heritage listing.

This is your last chance to do something.

Please write to key people such as Rita Saffioti, Planning and Transport Minister:

and Heritage Minister David Templeman:

John Dowson
The Fremantle Society


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