The famous, annual celebration on Fremantle Esplanade is back. Enjoy everything chilli, including fresh foods, plants, pickles, sauces, beers, wines and so much more. And join in the unique, carnival atmosphere created by all the roving entertainment, celebrity chefs, kids' workshop and great music variety, throughout the weekend.
Roaring with hunger and charging through the crowds ‘Saurus’ will be joined by some of the world’s best outdoor theatre, music, comedy, circus and cabaret performers for three jam-packed days of shenanigans, laughter and outright shock. Fremantle Street Arts Festival held every Easter weekend is internationally acclaimed and attracts thousands of people who flock to the port city to witness breathtaking performances whilst soaking up the famous Freo atmosphere
2014 will see the Woodside Tour de Perth again become the first event of the 2014 Subaru National Road Series, Australia’s premier road cycling series. The Woodside Tour de Perth will attract elite riders from Australia and overseas. This event will offer a unique spectator opportunity to watch world-class international cyclists. The event will be coming to Fremantle on 26th March.
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We provide our customers with value, quality and fashionable outfits through an enthusiastic, fun and professional team. With large shipments of new styles arriving weekly, ally is a fast fashion institute that is constantly scouring the globe for new trends, hot style tips and catwalk inspired pieces. Combine this with our beautifully vibrant unique stores, ally's style is one of a kind and we love to keep you up to date with everything that is happening in the fashion world. LIVE, LOVE, SHOP, ALLY!
A mini festival of music and surf culture for the benefit of SurfAid. Live music from 3 – 12 midnight. SurfMart: vintage surfboard exhibition, buy & sell 2nd hand boards and wetsuits, shaping exhibition. Food: Indonesian satay, wood-fired pizza, tacos, sausage sizzle. Cheap drinks, auctions, mega-raffle, surfboard ride, free bowling and free supervised bouncy castle.
Fremantle Markets regularly supports charities and local organisations. This year, one of the many charities we have chosen to support is the Cat Haven in Shenton Park. On Sunday, 9 March 2014, we're teaming up with the Cat Haven to organise a unique event at the market. From 11am to 2pm, come visit our Kitten Play Pen at Fremantle Markets. Entry into the play pen is by a gold coin donation, with all of the funds raised going directly to the Cat Haven. The idea behind this event is to increase awareness of what the Cat Haven does in our local community to support our beloved felines, and help increase adoption and raise much needed funds. If you would like to help us here at Fremantle Markets support this worthy cause, then come to the markets on Sunday 9 March and pay to play with a kitten – we guarantee that you'll walk away with a warm and fuzzy feeling. The Kitten Play Pen will be teeming with cuteness, so you won't want to miss out. And playing with these cute fuzz balls is probably the best way to spend a Sunday. Spread the word cat lovers and we hope to see you there!
The Fremantle Bakehouse is local, simple, fresh and friendly. The aroma of freshly baked croissants oozes from the cafe down the iconic Fremantle Cappuccino Strip, blended with the richness of their Premium 5 senses coffee and the bustle of the cultural clientele and friendly face of the Fremantle locals. An all day breakfast, famous fluffy pancakes, homemade chunky steak pies and sausages rolls, range of sandwiches filled with local fresh product and tempting rolls are just a few items on offer. Renowned for their tempting array of bakery items, gluten free cakes, friands and biscuits, no one can resist a pastry accompanied with a roasted coffee, range of teas or freshly squeeze juice.
Autopilot (WA) are back! With luxurious Beatles-esque harmonies and finely honed garage pop sensibilities, this is late 20th century Perth power pop at its finest.
Discover Australia's hidden past in this Australian premiere of acclaimed journalist and filmmaker John Pilger's major feature documentary Utopia. Reaching behind Australia's tourist postcard image this film tracks political treatment of Indigenous Australians – from land rights to the revisionists – revealing an untold history of Australia. The First Australians have the lowest life expectancy of any of the world's indigenous peoples. Thousands never reach the age of 40. An entire black rugby league team, champions in the 1980s, no longer exists, the victims of preventable disease and suicide. Young black men are incarcerated at five times the rate of apartheid South Africa in vast, rich Western Australia, home of the current resources boom' – John Pilger 2013Light drinks and nibbles available with plenty of time for discussion and dreaming
It's the grand opening of the long awaited Esplanade Youth Plaza. This $1.6M facility will be an international drawcard and local favourite space for young people and pros. Features the biggest Perth metro skate area and WA's first outdoor parkour park.
Be part of history in the making! Grand opening of Fremantle Cultural Centre and Walk for Recognition. The Journey is an epic relay across our country to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Constitution. Be part of the movement as it travels through your town. The walk will end at Fremantle Cultural Centre and with entertainment and a BBQ. Meet at Bathers Beach, Mews Road. RSVP at www.recognise.org.au/thejourney