Pavlich, who is expected to retire at the end of the 2016 season, has been appointed a state brand ambassador for Frasers Property Australia for the next three years.
The announcement comes ahead of Fremantle’s move to the $109 million recreational facility at Cockburn Central, opposite Frasers’ Cockburn Living apartment development.
Pavlich said the partnership came at a transitional period in his career.
“There’s no secret time is closing in on my playing career and this chance to work with one of Perth’s most respected property developers is an important step for me as I begin to consider that transition,” he said.
Frasers Property Australia state general manager Tony Perrin said Pavlich would work on Cockburn Living in his first year, and then expand his involvement to Port Coogee and other developments over the remaining years.