A number of Fremantle's most high-profile supporters have taken to social media to congratulate the players.
TV personality Rove McManus, a former No.1 ticketholder for the club and cousin of Dockers legend Shaun McManus, tweeted: "I may be far away but let me just say . . . #AFLCatsFreo #GoFreo #FreoFinalsFever."
Golfer Nick O'Hern, who is competing at the Chiquita Classic in North Carolina, posted a picture of his golf bag emblazoned with the Dockers logo and tweeted: "Always proud to have @Fremantle_FC logo on bag. Today even more so!!"
At Matilda Bay, the bronze Eliza sculpture was dressed in a Dockers jumper and adorned with purple and white balloons and the sign: "Anywhere, anytime . . . It's wharfy time!"
Interest in grand final packages has soared after Fremantle's win at the weekend. The AFL Event Office has packages from Perth for between $3437 and $4181, including tickets, flights and accommodation.
Travel companies are offering flights and accommodation from $1795.
Motive Travel owner and WA Football League lifetime member George Michalczyk was inundated with inquiries yesterday after Fremantle beat Geelong on Saturday. He hoped to confirm package details in a couple of weeks.
Travel and Sports Australia will charter a flight from Perth if the Dockers make the grand final, with flight and accommodation packages starting from $1795. Director Paul Ramsay said if the 168-seat flight sold out, he would look at a second charter.
The Dockers and the West Coast Eagles are also selling grand final tickets that include pre-game functions.