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The Alliance Française French Film Festival

The Alliance Française French Film Festival will return in 2018 for its 29th season from 14 March – 4 April at Cinema Paradiso, The Windsor and Luna SX. Once again, this beloved, yet very avant-garde ‘grande dame’ will delight with a superb line-up of contemporary French cinema including, for the first time, a LGBT strand spread across categories such as “We are Family” and “Crazy in Love,” in celebration of Australia’s recent ‘Yes’ vote for same-sex marriage.  

Tradie Specials

$14 Coffee and Food Deals at JAC and the BEAN! Medium Coffee with the choice of our famous BACON EGGS BENNY WRAP,  CHICKEN and AVOCADO BAGEL or BACON and EGG BRIOCHE ROLL! Come see us and just ask for the tradies special.  Call orders ahead if you are strapped for time. 9430 7568 Jac x   

Transportation Exhibition

In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the Hougoumont, the last convict ship to arrive in Australia, Fremantle Prison’s new exhibition Transportation examines the forced migration of convicts from Britain to Australia in the 18th and 19th centuries. Transportation presents the stories of men, women and children forcibly sent to convict sites around Australia, exploring the social tragedy of the convict system as a whole as well as individual stories of personal achievement. Exhibiting convict material from the Mitchell Library (State Library of New South Wales), Western Australian Museum and the Prison’s own collection, Transportation demonstrates the impact forced migration had on individual transportees and their families, and on the shaping of modern Australian society. The exhibition displays key historic artefacts such as the 1881 Ticket of Leave of Hougoumont convict William Bartlett, on display to the public for the first time. Transportation is on show at the Fremantle Prison Gallery until March 2019.

WA Portrait Artists presents Skin Deep 2018

WA Portrait Artists is an association of artists whose practice includes portraiture. Its membership is made up exclusively of West Australians who have achieved finalist status in a national portraiture prize, including The Black Swan Prize for Portraiture, the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize and / or The Archibald. 'Skin Deep 2018’ is the fourth annual exhibition by the group and will comprise over fifty portraits by the fourteen participating artists whose work ranges from small to very large, from photorealism to expressive interpretations. This exhibition presents a diverse range of concepts and techniques representing contemporary portraiture at its very best. The participating artists are Daevid Andeson; Roderick Anderson; Jill Ansell; Peter Barker; Peter Clementis; Brendon Darby; Brad Durrant; Daniela Dlugocz; Caroline Marinovich; Tess McOnie; Leanne Pearson; Pete Ross; Miriam Quinn and Jana Vodesil-Baruffi. The exhibition will be held at Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, 46 Henry Street, Fremantle, WA. From 10 - 24 March 2018. Gallery open daily 10-4pm.

BIKE tour

Come and see the best Freo has to offer on our 3 hours bike tour. Get an insight into the local spots, our rich past, vibrant present and exciting future! Our cruisy pace means that we can enjoy all the sights and sounds of Fremantle with frequent stops for photographs, stories, history and tips on the best spots for you to truly enjoy the best Freo has to offer. Tours include use of bike, helmet, a lovely local guide as well as a coffee along the way.  You will experience the rich history of our port city, from our 40,000 years of indigenous culture, early European exploration, British settlement, convict history through to the modern café and alternative culture we have today. We think less is more and because we want to get to know you, all our tours have a maximum of 10 people per tour.  Keeping it small means we will all have a much better time!  

TASF 2018 Art Award

2018 TASF Art Awards is to promote emerging and established artist from all mediums.An art event that will be encompassing of all things Fremantle as an arts community represents. An opportunity to exhibit and sell your artwork, and to win a cash prize. The awards will be open to Western Australian artists only. Award Categories and Prize Pools $6000 Prize Pool 2D works (painting, drawing, printmaking, mixed media) – $1000 3D works (wood, ceramics, glass, sculpture, mixed media) – $1000 Photography – $1000 Jewellery – $1000 Textiles – $1000 Fremantle BID People’s Choice Award – $1000 Important Dates Entries open Monday 19th March 2018. Entries close Sunday 15th April 2018. Selected Finalists Notified: Friday 20th April 2018. Selected Artwork delivery: Friday 27th  April 2018, 10am to 6pm Exhibition Opening Night: Friday 4th May 2018  Exhibition open to the public: Saturday 5th May to Sunday 27th  May 2018 (Open 10 to 4pm Tuesday to Sunday) For more information or to enter please head to our website  to download the terms and conditions and entry form.  The Artisan Store Fremantle in conjunction with Fremantle BID and Silverleaf Investments is hosting its first annual Art Awards. The awards will be exhibited between the 4th – 27th May 2018 at The Old Courthouse 45 Henderson Street, Fremantle.


Come and see the best Freo has to offer on our fun and informative 2 hour walking tour. Departing twice daily at 11am and 3pm, Thursday to Monday. Let us show you why Fremantle is ranked as the 7th best city in the world by Lonely Planet in 2016. We will help you experience the true local side of our great port city by hitting the pavement and walking our beautiful streets. Our vibrant city has so much to offer from hip and hidden cafes, brilliant bars, delicious restaurants and street art to its rich history as a trading place for over 40, 000 years. That tradition has continued and diversified to give us the thriving cultural hub Fremantle is today. From the oldest building in Western Australia, the Roundhouse, to the newest bars and cafes, we will show you it all. Encompassing Fremantle’s Indigenous culture, early European exploration, British settlement and convict history through to our hip and bohemian present and exciting future! Be a traveler not a tourist with Fremantle Tours. Our comfortable pace means that we can enjoy all the sights and sounds of Fremantle with frequent stops for photographs, stories, history and advice on the best spots for you today truly enjoy the best Freo has to offer.  All our tours have a maximum of 10 people so we can get to know you all. We think less is more and we can all have a better time for it! This includes a coffee along the way and a fun local guide. 

Fremantle Round House - 1pm cannon firing

Discover WA’s oldest public building . Find out what the ‘curfew bell’ was used for, how many cells the Round House had in the 1800s, and maybe even get locked up in our stock and pillory! At 1pm (sharp) each day, join us as we fire the cannon and lower the time ball on the Gun Deck next to the Round House. Visitors are welcome to be our ‘Honorary Gunner’ of the day and we accept advance bookings via the Round House website to avoid disappointment - so come and celebrate an anniversary, a birthday, or 'just because'! The Round House is open from 10.30am to 3.30pm daily.

Images of India Fundraising Exhibition

Images of India is a fundraising exhibition by local photographer Juliet Murray.India is a land of contrasts. Poverty is significant, with one on 5 living in extreme poverty, without access to basic human needs. Of the poor, only 20% have access to toilets, 60% to electricity and 6% to running water.On the flipside, India is a country that is immensely rich; in culture, spirituality and diversity. It is enchanting and beautiful place, overwhelming to the senses. I find it near impossible to describe in words, thus, best captured through a lens!This fundraising exhibition aims to capture both the magnificence of this sacred country (in particular the people of India) whilst highlighting the issue of extreme poverty and struggles that the people face, in a compassionate and sensitive manner.Proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to the Australian Friends of Asha, who work to support and raise awareness of the important work that is done by Asha India in tackling issues that keep slum dwellers trapped in poverty. Their programmes help slum residents gain access to healthcare, financial services and education, and make it possible for them to make long-term, positive changes to their lives. of India opens on Friday 16th March at 6.30pm at the Art of Freo Gallery and runs Wednesday to Sunday 11-4pm until March 25th.

Brewery Tours at Little Creatures

One shared belief when Little Creatures was just a twinkle in our eyes was that breweries over the years have hardly been the most romantic of places. Hidden behind big brick walls and imposing gates, very little was visible to the passing community. It is our ambition to change all that, to become an open and transparent Brewery that welcomes all walks of life to experience the wonder of brewing. Come on down, say hi and explore our little piece of brewing happiness. Not sure what style of beer is for you? Want to learn about all things brewing along with the Little Creatures story? Brewery Tours with one of our resident hop heads include learning about all the great ingredients we use and the brewing process, along with a guided tasting of all of our beers and ciders. Tours run daily at 12, 1, 2 and 3pm.  To join, head on into the Brewhouse (located directly inside our brewery) before we start and sign up. Must be 18yo to join a brewery tour. We also offer free bike hire. Grab a bike for the day and explore our community. The Brewhouse is also the place to grab some crafty gear and pick up a six-pack of your favourite beer. There's a great outdoor area and since we welcome all walks of life, feel free to bring your pooch down too.