See & Do

History Tour of the National Hotel

Bring your group for a fascinating tour of the National Hotel. Built in the late 1800s and almost devastated by fire this building has been magnificently restored. Come and hear about the chequered history of this iconic Fremantle hotel, the numerous murders, fires and deaths. The tour finishes with a visit to the breathtaking rooftop with 360 degree views over Fremantle. Bring your camera! Tour includes choice of meal and a drink plus a souvenir booklet. Groups of 10 to 30 $40 per head.

Hoyts Millennium Fremantle

HOYTS Millennium is located in the heart of Fremantle, just off the popular Café Strip and screens the latest blockbuster releases. HOYTS Millennium showcases 4 cinemas including two 3D auditoriums. It is home to a 500 seat capacity Xtremescreen, with a big screen and big sound, movies are better in HOYTS Millennium's Xtremescreen!

Indigenous Tours WA

We invite you to take a journey with us and experience some of Perth?s most iconic locations as you have never experienced them before, through the ancient Dreamtime stories of the region?s earliest and original inhabitants, the Wadjuk People. Once a year the Wadjuk would travel along the waterway we know as Derbal Yarrigan (Swan River) and meet at Walyalup (Fremantle) to celebrate the country and waterway they cared for. The Wadjuk had plenty of bush tucker to eat, many stories to tell and a dreaming that still continues today. Indigenous Tours WA has created a range of surprising and…

J Shed Art Studio

The studio specialises in ceramic murals and it is run by Jenny Dawson. Jenny Dawson is a ceramic artist, public artist, designer, teacher, consultant and project co-ordinator. Jenny Dawson established the J Shed Art Studio in 1992 after completing residencies at the Hobart School of Art in Tasmania and at the Deruta Grazia Maiolica workshops in Italy. She runs a thriving studio situation that invites projects on a large scale.  Opening hours - Wed to Friday 12-4pm all other times by appointment

Japingka Gallery

See great Aboriginal art at Japingka Gallery, new exhibitions in upstairs gallery, huge stockroom, always 100s of Aboriginal paintings on view from all areas of Australia. The gallery is located on two levels of a heritage 1880s warehouse in Fremantle's West End. The Directors have worked with Aboriginal artists for 30 years, and major artists and emerging communities are all well represented. Visiting artists and the best in contemporary Aboriginal art - open 7 days in Fremantle, or view exhibitions & artists profiles online.  Japingka Gallery is delighted to present a wonderful collection of recent paintings by renowned Utopia artist…

Jenny Dawson Ceramics

Jenny Dawson is a ceramic artist, public artist, designer, teacher, consultant & project coordinator. Jenny has established a thriving studio that invites projects on a large scale and collaborations with artists from other disciplines. Opening hours - Wed to Friday 12-4pm all other times by appointment.

Kidogo Arthouse Fremantle

Kidogo is a living, bustling art centre. As well as having two busy galleries, Kidogo Arthouse is a popular venue for musicians, singer-songwriters, poets and authors to stage performances. Our art students will get to meet, observe, learn from and be involved in working along side professional artists in one of Perth's busiest art venues.

Kings Market Fremantle

Recently under new management the Kings Market Fremantle is located in Kings Square. Nestled between the Town Hall and St Johns Anglican Church, and in the shade of the iconic Morton Bay Figs, the market plays host to a variety of stalls. Whether you’re interested in vintage, handmade, international, or just looking for a unique gift for someone special, the markets has something for everyone. Or maybe you’d prefer to enjoy the sunshine and grab a bite to eat from one of our many food vendors? Sit on the grass and just soak up that Fremantle vibe with friends and…

Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation

The STS Leeuwin II is proud to offer 3-hour coastal sails open to the public, which operate from late October until late April. The majority of sails depart from Fremantle, although we do also offer some sails out of Busselton and Bunbury.Get a taste of what it is like to be on board a barquentine tall ship - a truly unique and memorable experience. The sail includes a light meal on board served with tea and coffee, allowing you to sit back, relax and watch the stunning Western Australian coastline slip by.For those who like to get involved, you are…

Leighton Battery Heritage Site - Buckland Hill

Buckland Hill, named by Captain Stirling after James Buckland, FRS, a reader in Geology at Oxford University and later Dean of Westminster, is the last remaining peak of seven hills in the area. It is one of the highest points in the Perth Metropolitan area. It is thought that Willem de Vlaming, the early Dutch navigator landed close by this feature in 1697 and climbed the hill to ascertain what lay beyond it and in doing so noted the Swan River, which he named. The military involvement came about in the early 1900s when defence facilities were built at North…

Leighton Beach Fremantle

One of Fremantle's (and Western Australia's) greatest attractions is its coastline of pristine beaches on the edge of the Indian Ocean. Leighton Beach and Port Beach are two of Perth's most visited and loved beaches, beautiful white sands, turquoise clear water are great for swimming, body surfing, snorkelling, wind and kite surfing or just relaxing and enjoying the view to Rottnest Island. Enjoy takeaway food and drinks from the kiosks or try one of the restaurants and cafe's incuding Bib & Tucker and The Shipping Lane. Leighton Beach is a 5 minute walk from the North Fremantle train station on…

Little Creatures Brewing

Little Creatures Brewing was born out of the love of great beer shared by a few good mates.   We're pretty proud of our Fremantle brewery and we welcome visitors from far and wide every day. Grab a Pale Ale and a pizza and soak in the brewery chaos or wander out into the backyard to enjoy your beer and nosh in the sunshine. You could also head to our Brewhouse bar to pick up a six pack to take home or stay awhile for a tasting of our full range of beers. We love to show people around and run…

Luna on SX

Luna On SX is located midway along Essex St, which runs off Fremantle's famous café strip on South Terrace. Luna on SX has it's own unique Freo thing going on. Hidden down a laneway between Norfolk and Essex Streets, Luna on SX can sometimes feel like your own private movie house. Fully licensed with a comfortable outdoor sitting area you can sip and feel the Fremantle Doctor cooling you down. If you're coming down to a see a movie why not make a day of it and visit any number of the attractions in Fremantle. Markets, live music, art galleries,…

Mala Yoga

Mala Yoga is a boutique Yoga studio located on Wray Avenue, Fremantle.  At Mala we believe Yoga is for everyone and love assisting students of all levels to experience the happiness that Yoga offers to us all! Through the regular, consistent practice of Yoga, including movement, postures, meditation, breathing exercises and relaxation, Yoga assists in cultivating improved health and wellbeing on the physical, emotional and mental aspects of our life. It is our sincere desire to assist students to reconnect with their bodies, find peace and relaxation, enjoy the experience of Yoga and life and share this joy with the…

Market Street Piazza

This new urban space is just steps away from Fremantle’s Cappuccino Strip. Funky street furniture, trees and plants, along with festoon lighting draped across the street makes this a great new space to relax in the heart of the Fremantle.  

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