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Griffin Catering and Events is the exclusive professional caterer for Fremantle Prison. Their wedding menus highlight fresh, seasonal ingredients from local suppliers, all complemented by a wide choice of beverages.

Are you looking for a unique and dramatic venue?

Imagine the most iconic landmark in WA and a venue styled to make an impact. Fremantle Prison has been
voted one of the top landmarks in Australia in the 2016 Travelers Choice awards by Tripadvisor. From extravagant to smaller, intimate weddings whatever your style, Fremantle Prison is the ideal venue for your special day.  The beautiful Anglican or Catholic Chapel can host your ceremony and then for your reception choose from a variety of unique function rooms.

Our experienced and dedicated Operations Manager will help and guide you through the whole planning process. Putting together a wedding package including the venue that best suits your requirements, a tailor-made menu and beverage selection.

For more information contact us today and ask us about our new venue space ‘Project Warehouse’.

Venues

Begin your wedding with the ceremony itself, set in either the Anglican Chapel or the Catholic Chapel, both of them beautiful, with the Anglican seating 100, twice as many as the Catholic Chapel. For your reception choose from a variety of unique function rooms:

  • The Main Cell Block is a four-storey range of prison cells and is one of the most spectacular function venues in Perth. The venue hosts 30 to 400 guests; the space comprises four divisions separated by large double doors which can be opened to use more than one division.
  • The East Work Shops were originally built to provide activity for inmates and a training ground for unskilled prisoners and is ideal for weddings up to 300 guests.
  • The Commissariat features two interconnecting stylish underground rooms, which were previously used as the Prison’s food storage area. The Commissariat is a popular venue for cocktail parties for up to 50 persons and can seat 30 guests.
  • The Crown Theatre was formerly the prisoner entertainment area where visiting troupes, as well as prisoners, produced their own plays. The theatre has a permanent stage and can seat approximately 60 guests.