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Beach Yoga @ Leighton Beach

Join us for yoga by the beach!  This year we will be at Leighton Beach on Saturdays and South Beach, South Fremantle on Saturdays and Sundays. Beach Yoga classes are a moving meditation in the sun, flowing with the breath and taking the time to relax and experience each posture. Suitable for all levels, including beginner students. Start your weekend enjoying your yoga practice in nature at the beautiful South Beach! Leighton Beach classes are located next to the Orange Box Cafe, North Fremantle. South Beach classes are located at Ocean Road, South Fremantle, just north of the South Beach Cafe.  7am to 8am Saturday throughout summer

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.  

2018 | The Obscure Tour | Fringe World

Imagine The Amazing Race, you know, that show? Scale it down to the back streets of Freo. Imagine hosts without plastic surgery, teeth whitening or soul-deep tans. They're dressed oddly and asking you to do strange things for your next clue. You want your next clue, right? There are points but they're arbitrary. There are prizes but they're terrible. Speed doesn't matter but you will need to navigate stairs and walk for about 2km. From makers of sold-out shows: The Quest (2017) and The Great Saunter (2016 FRINGE WORLD award nominated -Theatre). ​Review of The Great Saunter 2016 - "The execution of this event was outstanding ...The detail was intricate… It was like a treasure hunt that showcased the sights and space of Fremantle”  -  Julia Hern, Australian Stage (for full review of The Great Saunter: Event Dates:  Saturday 27/01/2018 - 10am to 12.15pm Saturday 3/02/2018 - 10am to 12.15pm Saturday 10/02/2018 - 10am to 12.15pm Saturday 17/02/2018 - 10am to 12.15pm Price: $25.00 per ticket Tickets available from: Venue: The Navy Club, 64 High Street, Fremantle, 6160 WA Age Suitability: 18+ As this event requires walking, patrons must be able to climb stairs and be able to walk up to 2km within 2 hours. The event is not wheelchair accessible. Please allow a minimum of 15 minutes before and after the event if parking in Fremantle to get to and from the event.  Presented by: Pedroland Pedroland is a Fremantle based, not-for-profit group comprising 25 local performers, musicians, artists and tech specialists. Pedroland was formed in 2015 to create interactive collaborative theatre works and art shows. They produced 'The Great Saunter' in 2016 which was nominated for a FRINGE WORLD Award (Theatre). In 2017 they produced 'The Quest', an interactive game-show and 'The Past is a Foreign Country', an art installation.


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Exhibition Safe Keeping by Katie Breckon

OPENINGFriday 23 February 2018, 6.30pmRSVP Essential to February - 23 March 2018Tue-Fri, 10am-4pm, Sat, 10am-2pmSAFE KEEPING is an exhibition by artist Katie Breckon reviewing the Aboriginal stone tool collection of West Kimberley bushman Vic Cox. About the Vic Cox Collection“I found the stone tools in buckets on my property when we first bought it. They were collected from Worrorra Country by crocodile hunter and bushman Vic Cox, whose deceased estate we purchased in 2015. I invited Worrorra elders and friends Janet Oobagooma, Nyorna (Donny) Woolagoodja, anthropologist Kim Doohan and geologist Joh Bornman to view the objects and check for restricted material. Once this process was complete I looked at the pieces more closely, examining the stone and craftsmanship. It turned out that Nyorna Woolagoodja’s father and Vic Cox had been friends and so there was this serendipitous connection between the four of us. Eventually I asked Nyorna whether I could make studies of the tools and he was happy for me to do so. Nyorna is a creative thinker, artist and very supportive of the arts.” Artist and Mowanjum Community Collection Manager Katie BreckonAbout the artistOriginally from Wellington, New Zealand, Breckon is an artist, educator and remote community arts worker based in the West Kimberley outback. Living in the Kimberley since 2011, Breckon is influenced by her surroundings and by what is missing from the landscape – the absence of the familiar and how her two homes New Zealand and the Kimberley contrast each other. Inspired by historical sites and objects that communicate the deeper narratives of a place. Breckon finds the isolation of the outback is difficult at times but ultimately being in a place layered with meaning and feeling stimulates fresh creative ideas within her practice. This project has been supported by Culture and the Arts WA and Country Arts WA. 

Queens Baton Relay

The eyes of the Commonwealth will be on Fremantle as the baton journeys towards its final destination, the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) Opening Ceremony on Wednesday 4 April 2018. Setting off in Australia on Monday 25 December 2017, the Baton will travel for 100 days to connect with as many people as possible in every state and territory. The Queen’s Baton carries a message from Her Majesty The Queen through the entire Commonwealth. The Games are declared officially open when the message is read aloud. The Baton will arrive in Fremantle by sea from Bathers Bay onto Bathers Beach before it sets off through the streets of Fremantle. Join Mayor Brad Pettitt on the boardwalk at Bathers Beach to mark this momentous occasion with a traditional Welcome to Country and live music. 11:30am until 1:00pm – A free community celebration will take place at Bathers Beach including a Welcome to Country, live music from The Lost Quays and interviews with some of the baton bearers. 12:45pm – Arrival of the baton from Rottnest at Bather’s Beach 1:00pm to 2:30pm – The baton will leave Bathers Beach and travel through the streets of Fremantle carried by the baton bearers, through Norfolk Street, South Terrace, High Street, Cliff Street, Phillimore Street, ending at Princess May Park on Adelaide Street. To see the baton’s full route please visit See attached for route and batonbearers. Road closures in Fremantle on Saturday 24th February, 2018: Mews Road will be closed to traffic between 12:30 and 1:30pm South Terrace and intersecting streets including Norfolk Street, Norfolk Lane, Essex Street, Collie Street, Nairn Street and Bannister Street will be closed to traffic between 1:00 and 2:00pm High Street, Phillimore Street and intersecting streets including Packenham Street, Henry Street, Mouat Street and Cliff Street will be closed to traffic between 1:30 and 2:30pm Traffic management will be in place to direct traffic on Queen and Adelaide Streets between 2:00 and 2:30pm The Phillimore Street entrance to Fremantle Port will be closed between 1:00pm and 2:30pm, however all port traffic including ferry passengers, will still be able to access the port via gate 2 on Beach Street (near Officeworks) along Peter Hughes Drive during this time. Carpark closures in Fremantle on Saturday 24th February, 2018: Carparks at the far end of Mews Road in front of Be.Serviced apartments will be closed from 6:00am to 2:00pm All other carparks in Mews Road including 6 Molfetta Quays, 35 Mews Road, car parks on both sides of Kailis Fish Market, 34 Mews Road and 38 Mews Road will be closed from 1:00 – 2:00pm. Cars remaining in these car parks at the commencement of the road closures must remain parked for the duration of the closure. Carpark 2 will be closed from 6:00am to 3:00pm Little High Street and Captains Lane carparks in the West End will be closed from 1:00 to 2:00pm. Cars remaining in these car parks at the commencement of the road closures must remain parked for the duration of the closure. For more information visit

A Fabulous Teleportation Experiment | Fringe World

Brand new production - absolutely not to be missed.  World class imaginative magic for all ages!  A mad scientist is trapped between dimensions. Will he find a way to teleport back? All will be revealed in this crazy and dynamic show that is part magic & illusion, part science, all fun and learning! This original show incorporates story telling, visual illusions, strong moments of magic, educational science, modern clowning, physical comedy and fun interactive routines involving young assistants from the audience.  International mystery performer Pierre Ulric is coming back to FRINGE WORLD 2018 with an exciting production that will appeal to school groups, families and inquisitive minds of all ages. Performances will be held subsequently at the Red Room (Little Creatures Loft) in Fremantle for the last two days of the festival. This show is produced by Pierre Ulric ('Global Mysteries'), who also brought 'Funtastico!' to Adelaide and Perth in 2017, selling out many sessions and nominated for the 'Best Children Entertainment' at Fringe World. -  “Pierre Ulric is a master at his craft” - ★★★★½ - The Australia Times -  “One beautifully enigmatic extravaganza’’ - Beat Magazine Melbourne Location:  Red Room, Little Creatures Loft, Fremantle. Dates & Time: 24-25 Feb / 4:30 PM Duration:         45 minutes Ticket prices: From $14-$21 Bookings: PIERRE IS BASED IN PERTH AND AVAILABLE FOR INTERVIEWS AND APPEARANCES SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS SHOW TRAILER VIDEO Coming up soon on YouTube Channel: BIOGRAPHY: A Perth-based Magician, Pierre Ulric migrated to Australia from his native Canadian province of Québec nineteen years ago. He has been involved in the craft for over 25 years and is recognised as an accomplished performer on the scene, having received several peer awards and nominations for his private work and festival sho He works from an understanding that magic is a powerful communication and expression medium and his love for mystery performance work has been embraced by delighted, unsuspecting audiences all around the world. -  Strolling Magic Champion (Australian National Convention, WA, 2003) - Magician of the Year Award (West Australian Society of Magicians, 2003 and 2005) -  2014 'Best Of 600 Seconds' (Fringe World double act) -  2015: Original Show Nominated for 'Best of Cabaret' (Fringe World double act)  -  2015: Original Show Nominated for 'Best of Cabaret' (Fringe World double act)  -  2017: Original Show Nominated for 'Best Children’s Entertainment (Fringe World act)  -  2016: Original Show SOLD OUT (Fringe World act)  -  2017: Original Show SOLD OUT and ★★★★½, The Australia Times (Fringe World act)  'The effects you witness are purely in your imagination, but I trust they bring forth emotions that are very real...' Pierre Ulric For more information, trailer clips and booking links, visit WWW.Mysteries.Global  


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Little Comedy Lounge Saturdays at Creatures Nextdoor

The Little Comedy Lounge brings comedy to life every Saturday at Creatures Next Door!  Come down and enjoy the finer things in life with some local comedy acts, delicious craft beer and a bite to eat.  Get down early or stay late to enjoy the fabulous views over the Fremantle Harbour.  **please note for any sold out shows there is a small allocation of tickets reserved for door sales (subject to availability). 18 + show For more information on our Live Comedy Saturdays, visit The Comedy Lounge. 

A Sunday at Guildhall

Usually a private hire wedding and events venue, Guildhall also love to throw a few events of their own. On the last Sunday of each month, the exclusive venue opens the doors to its beautiful heritage bar for the ultimate Sunday session.  Spend a cosy afternoon drinking cocktails at the heritage bar, hanging out with friends in the hidden courtyard or relax in the lounge with its old world charm. It’s what Sundays were made for. ~ Free entry~ Doors 2pm~ House DJ on the decks~ Food by Propeller (if you find yourself peckish)~ Close to the North Fremantle Train Station

Sunset Concert Spectacular

This will be a fantastic event and open to the public with the outstanding Australian Army Band combining with the Royal Australian Navy Reserve Band and 40 Scottish Pipes and Drums. Make sure you save this date and let your family and friends know – get them to come along.   Tickets include free museum entry prior to the concert.   Seating provided BYO alcohol and food Plastic drinking glasses only Soft drinks, ice creams and coffee available for purchase. Tickets for this spectacular event can be purchased at the Australian Army Museum of Western Australia's Reception/Gift shop or online at

Voicebox 26 February 2018

Monday 26 February, FAW(WA) & Voicebox present The Tom Collins Poetry Prize 2017 Award Ceremony, with special guest Peter Bibby + open mic + fab food & drinks. Located: ground floor, Rose Hotel, 78 Stirling Highway, North Fremantle (parking front and rear, 200m from North Freo train station). Open: 6:30 for café, 7–9pm for poetry. Cost: $10/$6