Fish Creek is an artisan's hub filled with creative flavour. From an historical art deco hotel (1939) in the centre of town to studios and galleries where you can see the artist at work, this town is perfect for the curious to explore. There are a number of eateries and a 'fish' theme resonates with the recent addition of the 2006 Commonwealth Games fish sculpture and the large mullet on the roof of the art deco hotel.
The town is a short, accessible distance from remarkable beaches including Sandy Point, Waratah Bay and the historic lime kilns at Walkerville.
Fish Creek was first settled in 1886, six years before the arrival of the railway. The community hall was built in 1900 where the Butter Factory stands today. The hall was used as a church until a new Catholic Church was built in 1904. The Union Church was built not long after and both remain today.
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