See & Do

Whale Watch Western Australia

This 5 Star Whale Watch experience will not only show you the whales but also educate you in why they have grown from near extinction in 1962 to over 35,000 today, the largest humpback family in the world, right here in Fremantle, Augusta, Busselton and Margaret River, Western Australia. SUPERIOR LUXURY & SERVICE Learn the Language of the Whales™ via our live onboard commentary as they communicate with each other both visually and by sound. Whale Watch experts will guide you through the cruise with indepth knowledge of the whales as they pair up with their partners on the journey north and their…

World's End Studio

World's End Studio a historic studio, perched on the cliff top behind the roundhouse, shared by visual artists Tessa Joy and Fred Mehta. Tessa Joy is a painter with a passion for drawing and mixed media. She runs art classes for both children and adults at the studio. Fred Mehta is a multi media sculptor creating an army of angels. Original artwork, limited edition prints and reproductions are available to purchase. The studio is an ideal venue for intimate events such as poetry recitals, album launches or workshops.  

Wray Avenue

Wray Avenue has long been popular with locals and visitors for its unique and special "freo" vibe. With quirky new cafes, alternative bars, stunning fashion and homewares shops, Wray Ave is an lovely hub to explore and one of Fremantle's best kept secrets. Being a stone's throw away from central Fremantle, Wray Avenue is the perfect location to escape the hustle and bustle and indulge in some retail therapy. Or perhaps wander into Wray Avenue's unique cafe's to try some of Fremantle's best coffee's and cakes. Getting to and from: Fremantle's Wray Avenue is a 15 minute walk from the Fremantle…

Zinongo Gallery

At Zinongo Gallery, Njalikwa Chongwe exhibits a wide range of handmade ceramics. Established nearly 25 years ago, by Ceramic Artist Njalikwa Chongwe and his partner Jacqueline Rodrigues, Zinongo Gallery has become a distinctive landmark in South Fremantle, with its 2 metre high mural of the three dancing women adorning the gallery facade. The gallery is located in a traditional corner shop, set high on the Beaconsfield Ridge, overlooking the Indian Ocean with views to Rottnest Island. Njalikwa makes and fires a wide range of low fired Raku and high fired Stoneware ceramic pieces. Zinongo is the ideal place to visit…

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