Main Cell Block
Built between 1852 and 1859, this four-storey range of prison cells is one of the most spectacular function venues in Perth. Divided into four divisions, separated by large double doors that can be opened to use more than one division, these areas are perfect for 30 to 400 guests.
Please note the Main Cell Block is unavailable for hire during the day or on Wednesday or Friday evenings due to our Torchlight Tours operating on those evenings <more>
Originally built to provide activity for inmates and a training ground for unskilled prisoners, the East Workshops are perfect for presentations, award nights and formal dinners for up to 300 guests <more>
For something different, entertain your guests in the Commissariat - two interconnecting stylish underground rooms previously used as the Prison’s food storage area. These limestone-walled rooms are ideal for pre-dinner drinks and cocktail parties for up to 50 guests <more>
Special Handling Unit Meeting Room
Growing tired of the same old corporate surroundings? Equipped with a kitchenette, the meeting room can seat approximately 20 delegates.
Connecting to the Commissariat and the 4 Division yard, you may like to consider a function for your staff in one of these unique venues following your meeting <more>
The historic Fremantle Prison is an increasingly popular venue for wedding ceremonies. Many couples are choosing to be married in one of the stunning Prison Chapels, with their own celebrant or priest, or against the spectacular backdrop of this premier cultural heritage site <more>
Formerly the prisoner entertainment area, this venue is well suited to theatre performances and product launches. The theatre has a permanent stage and can seat approximately 60 guests <more>
Established between 1855 and 1859, the exercise yards have remained virtually untouched since the convict era. Treat your guests to a tour of Fremantle Prison followed by a morning tea or lunch in the open-air exercise yards, once considered the ‘hub’ of the Prison <more>
Main Parade Ground
Please note, due to occupational healthy and safety requirements functions this area requires a marquee. Alternatively, you may wish to use this space for pre-dinner drinks if weather permits <more>
Prior to decommissioning in 1991, the imposing nineteenth century limestone façade of the Gatehouse was the extent of most Western Australians’ association with the maximum security Fremantle Prison. The area makes a great pre-dinner drink location for evening functions <more>