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Nestled in the heart of Fremantle, on the famous café strip, lies the precincts most diverse entertainment venue – The Newport Hotel. Step in through one door and expect to sip on delicious cocktails in a Polynesian paradise that pays homage to 60’s Vintage Surf Culture, The Tiki Beat Bar is the perfect place for a cheeky after work cocktail, or for a relaxed drink to start your night out.

Head upstairs and you can expect an array of rooms where you may find a local DJ or some brave souls belting out a karaoke sing along. In the Front Bar and courtyard there are plenty of HD TVs to watch your favourite sport, in surround sound, and after dark you can celebrate your teams win. The Newport has an excellent track record when it comes to live music. The venue has been host to a number of outstanding Australian and International touring acts over the years and that hasn’t changed.

The Newport Hotel has recently added a brand new addition, The Newport galley. Options on the menu range from tortillas, curly fries, prime rump steak, handmade nachos and smoking ribs. Classic favourites like burgers, sliders and pizzas are still on offer, with tantalizing specials available each week. The Menu aims to please.

Healthy options such as the Popeye salad, which includes spinach, kale, pan fried corn bread croutons, egg, toasted nuts and the option of adding crispy pork belly or organic grilled chicken breast to top it off, this healthy salad is one of the many gluten free items on the menu.

Generous servings of big bites and little bites, all made fresh on premise and there's only one item on the menu over $20, there’s no need to go anywhere else.

The Newport Hotel has got you covered.


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Newport Hotel Licence Information

  1. Licence number: 6020001958
  2. Class of licence: Tavern License
  3. Name of licensee: Dowling Holdings Pty Ltd
  4. Address and telephone number for the licensed premises: 2 South Terrace, Fremantle WA 6160 Ph: +61 8 9335 2428

Warning

Under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offence:

  1. To sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on licensed or regulated premises; or
  2. For a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase, liquor on licensed or regulated premises