The Norfolk Hotel has been a Fremantle icon since opening as Oddfellows Hotel in 1887. Remodelled and reopened as The Norfolk a century later in preparation for the America’s Cup defence, the hotel is an eclectic and entertaining social destination.

Located in the heart of our harbour town, this historic corner pub is known for its limestone-walled courtyard and as the one of the best intimate live music venues around. 


Thoughtful seasonal menus, stone-fired pizzas, and curated wine and beer lists are offered seven days a week, and with comfortable rooms in an understated style, the Norfolk is a total package. 

Within easy walking distance of Freo’s attractions, including the markets across the road and the Cappucino Strip on our doorstep, The Norfolk is a ritual for locals, and a must for visitors.