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🎧 Your MID WEEK BREAK with Party Jams, RNB and Old School Bangers EVERY Wednesday night. 🎧🍹 FREE ENTRY before 12 am 🍹 $6 Vodka Basics 🍹 $6 Coronas🍹 $6 Wet Pussy Shots

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The south’s only mid-week BASS night… 4 years strong. Bass culture resides through local DJ talent spinning the filthiest dubstep, trap, DnB and bass-house. Every WEDNESDAY  in the heart of Fremantle.  Your crew. Balcony chills. Big vibes Check out our Facebook page for the free entry password!

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…

WALK Tour

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,…

Taking a Walk: A Recital Based on Memories, Remembrances, and Reminiscences

Join Emily Martin and Lisa Caravan for a performance of folk songs and classical repertoire exploring a narrative of lived experiences expressed through music.  American soprano Emily Martin and cellist Lisa Caravan both teach at Bucknell University, Pennsylvania. Frequently performing in Europe and around North America, they are excited to bring a broad range of music to their performance at the Western Australia Maritime Museum.  Complimentary ‘Objects and Memories’ gallery tours available at 11am and 2pm

DRINK Bar Tour

Come along on our DRINK tour to discover the best of Fremantle’s brilliant bars, great cocktails and reincarnations of some old favourite spaces. Fremantle boasts numerous new bars, restaurants and cafes but how do you know which ones are worth a visit? Or keep track of the newest microbrewery or bar that’s opened? Now you don’t have to, LET US SHOW YOU! Each venue will offer something different, focusing on their specialties. You will receive an intimate insight into each establishment from staff and your guide. At each venue you will receive a delicious drink, bar snacks and some good…

Live Music Thursdays at Creatures Next Door

Join us at Creatures NextDoor every Thursday from 6pm for live music!  Wrap up the day (or kick off the evening) with some eclectic sounds,  a meal or nibbles, one of our own craft beers or a wine.    Located just around the corner from the brewery, Creatures NextDoor is a cosy, relaxed lounge with a little bit of spunk. It boasts some serious views of the Fishing Boat Harbour – a perfect location for sunsets. Our menu is a sharing style menu and is accompanied by Little Creatures beers, ciders and a great selection of Australian wines. Love your music?  We also host live Jazz every…

Wu Tao Dance Beginners Course

Wu Tao - the dancing way to balance and flow. Work with the elements and meridians in this restorative sequence of dances for harmony and joy. It’s easy to forget what’s really important to us in the midst of a busy life. We all need ways to help us maintain emotional balance, peace of mind AND a healthy body. Wu Tao is a powerful yet gentle way to achieve this. A unique dance as therapy modality, grounded in the proven system of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Wu Tao is an easy and joyful way to bring yourself back to centre. This…

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Gypsys Open Mic Performers Night

Now in our 5th year, this has become one of Freo’s much loved hubs for local musos. This week it’s a fully packed evening of great songwriters and performers. Al fresco live music with tasty tapas, organic wines, home brewed beers and amazing local music … that’s the Freo Style at Gypsys. Starts 7 pm and its FREE !

The Left Bank WINE CLUB May 2018

The Left Bank Wine Club, established in 2015, is a monthly club in our upstairs River Bar that brings together people from all over town who have one thing in common – they love wine! They’re keen to learn more about it and drink more of it… Join us for our next Wine Club, featuring Vineyard 28 on Thursday 31st May at 7pm in our upstairs River Bar. Enjoy a range of wine tastings, learn more about the vineyard and simply have an entertaining and interesting evening with friends  Tastings on the night will be presented by wine maker Mark Cumbers and…

Take a Break Kids on Us

Why do they need dinner every single night?   It’s time to take a break, Mum, with this great Perth dining special. Bring your family to the Atrium Garden Restaurant in Fremantle for a delicious buffet lunch or dinner this weekend and the kids are on us*! There’s food for the whole family to enjoy with fresh seafood and salads, tasty hot dishes, Chef’s carvery and dessert galore. Your kids will be happy and fed, so you can relax and enjoy a great meal. Open for all-you-can-eat lunch Saturdays and Sundays, and dinner Friday to Sunday. Adults $55 per person, kids under…

The Hard First Days; Resource stress at the Swan River, 1829–1830

Peel Town was one of many coastal camps established by British colonists in 1829 near the Swan River.  Unlike those in Fremantle, Perth and Guildford, Peel’s community collapsed within 11 months. Poor planning, bad luck and dislike of Thomas Peel himself are thought to be the main reasons the settlement failed. However, excavations by Notre Dame’s archaeologists reveal that the community soon exhausted its essential resources, contributing to its failure. In this illuminating discussion, Dr Shane Burke will share results from his research at Peel.

As Long as the Dishes Are Washed; Fremantle’s Lunatic Asylum, 1858–1908

Patient treatment in Fremantle’s Lunatic Asylum during the 19th Century emphasised morality and work as a form of rehabilitation. Female patients, in particular, were told to scrub, launder, sew and wash to demonstrate they could conform to the ideal of womanhood. Their compliance was considered by medical staff to demonstrate a healthy mind—regardless of the patient’s mental state or violent behaviours. By comparison, those women who refused to participate in household tasks were often punished, and their refusal could result in continued incarceration. Using the astonishing patient records of the asylum, Alexandra Wallis will reveal acceptable and unacceptable behaviours of…

Campus tour

They’re back!  Notre Dame’s famous tours of our historic, West End campus are available again to all festival goers in 2018.  We’ll take you on a unique, backstage walk through some of the finest historic buildings in Fremantle. Bring your walking shoes to join Leigh Dawson for an hour on campus. You’ll share in the stories of those who have lived in and loved our town over the past century, and will be given special admission to some of Fremantle’s best-kept secret locations.

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