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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…

Swing Dance Lessons Every Thursday

Come learn the vintage 1930’s swing dance, the lindy hop, every Thursday in Fremantle! Our classes focus on the authentic Lindy Hop style of the 1930s delivered in a fun and friendly environment. We’ve taught people who have never danced before through to professional dancers of other styles so we understand that everyone learns at a different rate. Beginners run from 7pm to 8pm!


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Easter in Fremantle

Fremantle is the place to be over the 2018 Easter long weekend with the Fremantle Street Arts Festival and great food specials at Marine Lounge Bar. Relax with your family while you enjoy the roving entertainment and great food specials on all Easter weekend.   

2hr Yin Yoga Special

Monthly 2hr yin immersions ~1st Sunday of the month 10am – 12pm  A class to get deeply connected with your yin side; a balance for our more active muscular yang activities. Long held, gentle asana to move you inside yourself. Working with the connective tissues and meridians, incorporating pranayama and meditation. Classes rotate through the year to reflect the seasons, associated elements and meridians. A beautiful way to unwind, relax and leave feeling connected to your inner self and the world around. What better way to spend a Sunday morning once a month?   Booking online or pay cash at the centre. $33All…

80's Theme Night

 80's Roller Disco Night at Rolloways. So Lets go back in time and have loads of fun. The best dressed for the theme era will win a prize. This year The Best dressed will win a full year entry at Rolloways for one person. I guess that will be an awesome prize for the most awesome costume. There never was a better time than the 80's to skate to the beat of that Funky music. So come and enjoy a good night out with your friends, family or the whole world...

Leeuwin Youth Explorer 1808

The Leeuwin Youth Explorer voyages are the greatest tall ship adventure for youth. This week-long voyage departs from Fremantle and arrives into Geraldton this April!  Our voyages enable you to surround yourself with active new friends, develop skills for the workplace and to test your personal limits. A day on board We run a working ship, so during the voyage you will be part of a whole heap of hands-on activities, from: - Navigating the ship and taking the helm - Setting and furling the sails - Climbing the masts and working aloft - Standing watch while sailing through the night Weather conditions, watch…

Room Escapes at Escape Hunt

Come and attempt a world famous room escapes at The Escape Hunt in Fremantle. Bring family and friends with you and see if you can escape! You'll only have an hour and you'll need a team of 2-6 people.  To receive 15% discount on booking made during the school holidays use code SH15 at checkout.

April School Holidays at Rolloways

We offer school holidays sessions, which run every day of the week from Monday to Friday. We have three sessions per day, which are 10 am to 12 pm, 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm and 3 pm to 5 pm. During the week end we have on both Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 11 am a learn to skate lesson. Then we have our normal sessions which from 11 am to 1 pm, 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm and 4 pm to 6 pm. In the evening of Friday and Saturday we have a family fun filled session…

Kids Cruise FREE these School Holidays

For every full paying adult fare, you receive 1 child fare free of charge. (Excluding Government Admission Fee) Quote 'KIDSAPR18' at time of booking. Valid for travel between 14/04/2018 - 29/04/2018 Terms and conditions:- Valid for new bookings only- Valid for online, phone or email enquiry bookings- Travel can be one way or return- Not valid with any other special offer/promotion- Booking must be made direct and paid directly to SeaLink Rottnest Island- Offer is subject to availability at time of booking

Pilates for the whole family

During school holidays children aged 6 -14 can join their parents or grandparents in a class for free. The aim of the class is to improve postural and movement awareness to enhance overall health and well-being. Booking essential please contact Christiane on 0416 469 071. The Village Church, 217 High St Fremantle Mondays: 10 am - 10.50 am St Paul's Anglican Church, 162 Hampton Rd, Beaconsfield Thursdays: 9.30 am - 10.20 am    

School Holiday Escape Tour

Fremantle Prison is WA’s only World Heritage listed building and one of the State’s premier tourist attractions. So why not take the kids? They are guaranteed to have fun while learning about this amazing site. The kids Escape! Tour is an exclusive tour for children aged 5 to 12 years old. These special tours cost $11.50 and are running on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during the April school holidays(excluding Wednesday 25 April - ANZAC Day). Children will visit the sites of numerous dramatic escapes through the Prison’s history. Along the way their Tour Guide will tell a number of tales…

Inflatable School Holiday Fun

There’s a croc on the loose! April school holidays From Monday 16 April –  Friday 27 April, the Fremantle Leisure Centre will be letting the giant inflatable crocodile out of its cage and into the outdoor pool. The crocodile will be open for two sessions on weekdays during the school holidays from 1.00–2.00 pm and 2.00–3.00 pm. Entry is $2 per person, per hour (this does not include centre entry or public holidays).

Leeuwin Short Explorer 1809

Short Explorer – Voyage 1809 A five-day voyage on STS Leeuwin II, Australia’s largest sail-training tall-ship, will see you sailing on some of the most beautiful water in Australia – you will face new challenges and reach new heights – you will make new friends and build new levels of confidence – ending your journey at Australia’s most westerly point Shark Bay – listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage area. This voyage can also be put towards a Duke of Edinburgh’s International Gold Award – Residential Project.

History of Aboriginal Incarceration at Fremantle Prison

Uncover the legacy of indigenous incarceration at ‘Walyalup’, a story of sadness and survival.Join Fremantle Prison’s experienced Tour Guides and learn about the confronting history of Aboriginal incarceration in Fremantle and Western Australia. Aboriginal people have been incarcerated in Western Australian prisons since the early days of the colony, first appearing at Fremantle Prison in 1858 when the convict and colonial prison systems were merged. By 1954, the number of Aboriginal prisoners had increased significantly, with men, women and children incarcerated in great numbers. This was in part due to a legacy of discriminatory legislation that resulted in differential treatment…

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 holds a diverse collection of approximately 12,000 historic objects. The collection spans the operational life of the Prison from 1855 through to 1991, and has cultural heritage significance due to its association with Fremantle Prison and Western Australia’s history.   Fremantle Prison’s curatorial team will take you behind the scenes into the work spaces of the Prison’s museum collection, discussing how cultural objects are cared for at Perth’s only World Heritage site. After undergoing cleaning and registration,…


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Transportation Exhibition Floor Talk

Join Curator, Olimpia Cullity, as she walks you through Fremantle Prison’s Transportation exhibition, exploring the legacy of Australia’s convict past. Transportation explores the forced migration of over 165,000 men, women and children from Great Britain and Ireland to Australia in the 1700s and 1800s. Focusing on personal stories and the geopolitical influence transportation had on the British Empire, and how convicts helped shape Australian society. Join Fremantle Prison’s Curator as she walks you through the exhibition, focusing on key stories and artifacts, and the exhibition’s journey from concept to delivery. Registration for this event is essential as numbers are limited. Please…

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