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“Our favorite store in the entire greater Perth area”
Jan 21, 2018
“Great selection ”
Located right in the centre of Fremantle, The Chart & Map Shop has been operating for 20 years and is a city landmark. Our huge rambling store is filled to the brim with a jumble of maps & guide books, knick-knacks & gadgets, books and loads more...more
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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14 Collie St, Fremantle, Western Australia 6160, Australia
It makes me feel good to go into this store. I love the maps, the posters encouraging you to visit the world, the travel guides, the coastal motif, the comfy chairs, and the globes -- lots and lots of globes. And the people who work...More
we got a little lost in Fremantle and stumbled across this absolute gem, I've always loved maps and all things travel related and this shop could not have been anymore perfect.
unfortunately I visited 4 days into a 4 weeks trip so did not purchase...More
What a great little shop this is; crammed with large poster maps, amazing road maps, books about places on the maps and travel paraphernalia.
It has a table to allow you to look at the maps, old sofas for comfort while browsing books, and very...More
I wanted a map of Florence and Rome, I had a choice of 3 maps for each place, also the same when previously visited for a map of Chang Ma, they also sell plenty of travel guides so very handy when you are planning a...More
This is a very interesting shop, especially for people who enjoy travel or who are interested in maps or flags. The store sells maps of practically every place in the world plus a large assortment of world maps. It also sells a large selection of...More
This was the first time i had the time to really have a good browse. Without doubt, if the book you need isn't in there, it hasn't been printed. I could have spent another hour but needed to move on. What a shame there isn't...More