Welcome to St Johns Books


Best wishes to all for the Christmas Season.

Apologies for our website not being fully accessible for a while, but we are nearly there!  Stocklist is up to date and purchasing through website will be available soon.  In the meantime, purchases can be made by email: books@stjohnsbooks.com.au and we can phone you for details.


Shop 1 Highgate Court, which is on corner of Queen & High Sts Fremantle (facing Queen St and next door to Paul Carrolls shoes, which is 26 Queen St.)  Our shop is nestled at the very back of Highgate Court, in a delightful shaded courtyard.

One hour free parking is currently available in Queen St, High St and in the streets nearby.

Our postal address:  St Johns Books, Shop 1 Highgate Ct 124 High St Fremantle WA 6160

Phone 08 93351982  email (which is best contact)  books@stjohnsbooks.com.au


Opening Hours: 10.00am – 1.00pm Mond-Friday  10.00am – 12 noon Saturdays.

After Christmas: We will open

Monday 30th December,

then Thursday 2nd January

Friday 3rd January,

Monday 6th January

Tuesday 7th January

Please check update on this website after this date, but the above dates are firm, and we will definitely be open every Thursday in January 2020 from 10.00am – 1.00pm.

Thank you

Shirley Claughton




Advent Sunday is 1st December 2019.

We have some excellent books for last minute reading:

The Meaning is in the Waiting, Paula Gooder $21.00 – possibly the best Advent reflection book available – useful for group study and wonderful for personal reading-

The Art of Advent, a painting a day from Advent to Epiphany, Jane Williams great value at $18.95, in-depth reflections and generously illustrated with full colour plates.

We are all your People, Reflections and Group Studies for Advent, Rosemary Dewerse $11.95 Easy to use – Australian publication. Meaningful studies and reflections and creative activities.

Newest arrivals:

Resurrection in Retrospect, Peter Carnley $53.95

Reconstruction of Resurrection Belief, Peter Carnley $57.95

In Conversation: Rowan Williams and Greg Garret $29.95 A brilliant book, looking into many aspects of society, theology, literature and life a