The Old Synagogue, Fremantle

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PERTH |Western Australia’s first synagogue, the Fremantle Synogogue, opened in 1902. It only operated as a synagogue for eight years before it closed due to most of the local Jewish population moving to Perth.

The buildings on the heritage listed site have had several uses over the years. It was an auction mart, rug shop, clothing outlet, art gallery and cafe. It remained unused for 20 years until being renovated in 2019, when it reopened as The Old Synagogue, home two four unique hospitality venues.

Tonic & Ginger is south east Asian fusion restaurant, headed up by chef Leigh Power. The Arbor is a three level beer and wine garden, which makes use of creative outdoor spaces within the site. Mr Chapple is a craft beer and wine bar with bar snacks like patatas bravas and freshly shucked oysters  and a rooftop terrace that looks down the cappuccino strip. Finally, there’s L’Chaim, a cocktail bar hidden behind a bookshelf in the depths of the Old Syagogue.

The Old Synagogue

92 South Terrace
Fremantle
Western Australia 6160
Australia

Telephone: (08) 6370 4433
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 7:00am to 12:00am

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