Fremantle Artillery Drill Hall – Fly By Night Musicians Club – National Trust Property
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About this site: Built in 1895/6, the Hall provided facilities for the town’s volunteer artillery corps and was used continuously for military purposes for 100 years. The Fly By Night Musicians’ Club was established in the building in 1986 as an America’s Cup project and is today a key part of the Fremantle arts and music scene.
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