Show past events?

Filtered results

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.

Breakfast in the Brewery

Join us every Saturday and Sunday from 9am-11am for brekkie overlooking the Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour!  Perfect for the family, big groups or to cure that pesty hangover, Little Creature's has got your morning needs covered with hearty breakfasts,  tasty pastries,  fresh coffee and of course- beer!  Large groups are welcome.  No reservations needed.  


Fremantle Prison’s new exhibition Transportation commemorates the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the Hougoumont, the last convict ship to arrive in Australia. The exhibition examines the forced migration of convicts from Great Britain and Ireland in the 18th and 19th centuries, presenting the stories of men, women and children sent to convict sites around Australia.  Transportation, explores 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, the exhibition demonstrates the impact that forced migration had on individual transportees and their families, and on the shaping of modern Australian society.

CIOMA by Jessee Lee Johns

In the year 2020, Western Australia will secede from the Commonwealth and become the Republic of Westralia. At which point it will promptly collapse under the weight of overwhelming incompetence and grift.In early 2020 CIOMA (2020) will be built. Utilising an exploit in the algorithm that runs the Department of Burnouts and Jetskis (and the arts), Jessee Lee Johns (2020) secures all W$200.42 of the last round of funding before the Westralian government slides into complete disfunction. He builds the gallery in a former industrial area on the southern coast of Perth, completing it just prior to being summoned back to the present. In the following weeks he will build a residence and begin a residency program free of the usual perks, in which he intends to live out his days running the sole surviving western arts institution, plying his trade for a dwindling and increasingly disinterested patronage.From May 21st until June 22nd 2018, CIOMA (2020) will be manifest within PSAS. So come down, witness the future, and learn about the cultural wasteland that will be post collapse Westralia... OPENING Friday 25 May, 6.30 pm-8 pmRSVP essential to EXHIBITION22 May - 22 June 2018Tue-Fri 10 am-4 pm, Sat 10 am-2 pmThis project is supported by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, and City Of Fremantle.


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 135 High Street, Fremantle Mall. 2018 TASF Art Awards promote emerging and established artist from all mediums. An art event that will be encompassing of all things Fremantle. Don't forget to vote in the Fremantle BID's People's Choice Award The Award Category Winners and Highly Commended are: Textiles HC  Julia Andrijasevich - ShameTextiles Winner Kimberley Pace - Sticky Photograpghy  HC – Jo Ward – PerchedPhotography Winner – Ricky Gestro – The Cage Jewellery HC Felicity Peters - Kaleidoscope with wild irises,Jewellery HC Sally Brown  - Opal Dream,Jewellery HC Haydn Wheeler -  New Moon on the water,Jewellery-Winner Peta Garnaut - Kandinsky, 3D HC Michael Davis - Infinity Twin Lanspeeder,3D-winner Andrew Taylor - Epitaph, 2D-  HC Andy Kent - Where’s that again? (before the storm),2D Winner Elmari Steyn - Umbra           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  . 


More event dates

Travel Visual Journals

Keeping a journal is a great way to add some much-needed mindfulness into your day. It's a way to document your thoughts, feelings, what you're up to, where you've been and where you'd like to go. A record of your journeys amongst the real world as well as your internal ones.In this three hour class, Hannah from Mermaid's Coin will show you how to incorporate on-the-go techniques and creative composition ideas into your visual recordings. She will show you a variety of watercolour and mixed media techniques to create backgrounds, as well as spot illustrations to document your day. You will learn about which art materials to pack when traveling, and ways to bind loose pages together to create a bespoke journal.Hannah will show you how to start journaling, using suitable papers and give you some great suggestions for types of journals to buy. Please view the "what to bring" section as you'll be asked to bring some of your own images and references for this session. You don't need to bring your own journal as learning about paper quality first is important. About the teacher: Hannah (Mermaid's Coin) is a maker and illustrator who uses printmaking techniques and watercolours to create work that is vibrant, retro and fun. Her work is primarily concerned with capturing the coastal lifestyle of WA. She is a true waterbaby and has travelled throughout WA painting and surfing for years.What you will learn:-Introduction to techniques suitable for working in a small format, with limited space and time.-Specific Watercolour and illustration techniques such as resist, wet-in-wet and ink and wash.-Strategies for creating a cohesive page composition incorporating text, image, colour and collected items.What you will get:-Use of a wide array of painting and drawing materials, stationery and papers-Excellent instruction from a qualified and experienced art teacher and practitioner.-A light morning tea and good vibes guaranteed!What to bring:-Notes or photos of a trip or experience you would like to document in the class.-Totally optional: If you would like to start a new journal (exciting!!) Hannah recommends the Moleskin Watercolour Journal or Holcroft Spiral Bound notebook 225gsm. Paper quality is oh so important!What to wear:Closed toe shoes preferredAppropriate for all levels

Wanjoo Welcome

This year we open the Fremantle Heritage Festival where the Derbal Yerrigan (Swan River) meets the Wardan (sea). As we cast back our minds to reflect on the past, we embrace the present and the people within it. Elder Marie Taylor will perform a Welcome to County and be joined by musicians Gina Williams & Guy Ghouse. This family friendly event is focused on children and their families. The stories and songs will continue into the morning and all are wanjoo (welcome) to join in as Marie, Gina & Guy share stories and songs in Nyoongar language and music. *Entry charges to Horrible Histories - Pirates still apply  This event is presented by the WA Museum and the City of Fremantle

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.

Behind the Scenes: Fremantle Prison Museum Collection

Join Fremantle Prison’s curatorial team for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the curatorial work spaces of Fremantle Prison’s museum collection.  Fremantle Prison’s collection of 12,000 historic objects spans the operational life of the Prison, from 1855 to 1991. The diverse objects in the collection hold cultural heritage significance for Western Australia.  The curators will share insights into how cultural objects are cared for at Perth’s only World Heritage site. This exclusive tour includes visits to one of the collection’s on-site storage facilities. Registration for this event is essential as numbers are limited. Please contact Fremantle Prison via email on or by phone on (08) 9336 9205.                  


More event dates

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.

Soy Candle Workshop

The main passion of 'Made with Love' are our soy candle workshops! We invite you for two hours + of learning 'how to make your very own beautiful soy candles' from scratch in a lovely, relaxed environment. During the workshop, you will learn everything step by step and get to know lots of tips & tricks, so you can be creative at home. Crafting your own soy candles is an incredible hobby to take up and will allow you to explore your creative side.