Freopedia Began as a project to install QRpedia codes at locations around Fremantle , Western Australia to link people to articles is Wikipedia.  It has been evolved into a WikiTown project to build comprehensive coverage of Fremantle on Wikipedia.
The original idea came from Monmouth ‘s Monmouthpedia .  
Fremantle is the first city in Australia to have such a project, and thus a virtual tour of its historic sites.    Visitors to Fremantle are Encouraged to take a walking tour with the help of a map produced by the City.  The Freopedia Heritage Tour is one of several Fremantle walking tours and trails publicized by the City. 
The official launch at the eu lieu WD Moore & Co. Warehouse on 26 May 2013.   The Fremantle Arts Center and the Round House Were included in the first set of sites. 
The creation of content on Wikipedia and the driving force of the project. Subsequently, the authors of Wikipedians’ project have been selected. Installation of plates has-been the carried out by Fremantle volontaires Society, the University of Notre Dame Australia , and Fremantle Port Authority . The lath Produced eight of Their Own plates of blue plastic, and are (as of March 2014 ) Installing em [ needs update ] around Victoria Quay and the Maritime Museum . 
The cooperation has-been entre les Fremantle Society and Wikimedia Australia , supported by the City of Fremantle , State Records Office , Business Improvement District Fremantle, Fremantle Port Authority, and other organizations in Fremantle.   The project was a finalist in the Heritage Council ‘s 2014 Western Australian Heritage Awards,   and inspired the creation of a similar project, Toodyaypedia, in Toodyay .  
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- Jump up^ Finalists announced for State Heritage Awards (Press release). Government of Western Australia. 5 March 2014. Archived from the original on 5 July 2014 . Retrieved 5 July 2014 .
- Jump up^ Heritage Council of Western Australia (2014). “Finalists” . 2014 Western Australian Heritage Awards . Government of Western Australia. Archived from the original on 5 July 2014 . Retrieved 5 July 2014 .
- Jump up^ Mark Wallace; RPS Australia Asia Pacific (15 May 2014). “Toodyay Economic Development Plan” (PDF) . Shire of Toodyay Special Concept Forum Program . Shire of Toodyay. p. 42. Archived (PDF) from the original on 5 July 2014 . Retrieved 5 July 2014 .
Wiki Town project for Toodyay
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