NOW SEEKING EXHIBITION PROPOSALS
The Naval Store is now seeking expressions of interest for exhibitions for the end of 2022 and beginning of 2023. Supporting artists to exhibit ambitious contemporary artwork within our unique industrial, heritage building.
We now have a professional artwork hanging system, 3 white gyprock walls and one large move-able freestanding wall.
Get in touch if you have an exhibition proposal!
6 SPOTS AVAILABLE
We have a newly fitted out co-working space within our unique heritage building. Join our community of down to earth creatives and young professionals. This is a communal co-working and hot-desk space located on the mezzanine, in between creative studios filled with people doing interesting things. We support a very friendly and open environment; our space is the perfect place to be inspired, get work done and be part of a local community. Only a short walk to great coffee spots, cafes, restaurants and the George St strip!
THE NAVAL STORE IS FOR HIRE!
This beautiful heritage-listed warehouse built in Fremantle for the Australian navy in 1935 is a unique industrial venue. Ideal for large events, it can accomodate up to 425 people. Book it today for your private or commercial event. More info here.
MARKETS, FESTIVALS, ART EXHIBITIONS, MUSIC
We collaborate with several organisations across art, music, architecture, design and social impact to provide a varied program of events for the community. If you have an idea for an event, please get in touch!
The Naval Store is home to its own creative community, with 14 individual studios on the mezzanine. The spaces are occupied with a range of creative practitioners- graphic designers, architects, ceramacists, textile artists, painters, mural artists, photographers and small businesses. Contact us if you are interested in a space!
GET IN TOUCH!
The Naval Store acknowledges the traditional owners of Walyalup, the Whadjuk people of the Nyungar boodjar and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to their cultures and to the Elders past, present and emerging. We use the names Walyalup and Fremantle interchangeably across our website.