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Spring school holidays in Freo

We’ve collected some amazing school holiday activities to keep the kids entertained. There's workshops and classes, ten things to do that are free or under $10, best kids’ eats in Freo and top 10 fun school holiday adventures....        

Whale Watching

For an unforgettable Whale Watching experience come and join us for a serious encounter of the most awesome kind with the majestic Humpback Whale. September and November  are the peak month for the southward migration of humpback whales. It's also the time when you're most likely to see this year's baby humpbacks, born a few weeks earlier in their tropical calving grounds on the Kimberly Coast. They then travel southwards through Ningaloo, Carnarvon, Geraldton, Fremantle/Perth Coastal Waters and through to Esperance and AlbanyEach year humpbacks migrate from the Southern Ocean to their northern breeding grounds. It's a huge trip of around 12,000 kilometres. During this migration they don't feed at all, yet they have enough energy to calve and mate. Most other animals when they stop eating usually hibernate! Around September, the baby whales can be seen accompanying their mothers on the return journey to the colder feeding grounds of the Southern Ocean. Departure from Fishing Boat Harbour Boardwalk, Fremantle Saturdays and Sundays. Limited seats are available so be quick and book early to avoid any disappointment. Don’t forget your camera!

Strawberry Sunday

Fremantle will become strawberry central this Sunday in a show of support for WA strawberry growers!25,000 punnets of local strawberries will be delivered to restaurants and cafés along the Cappuccino Strip, with strawberry-inspired dishes and strawberry giveaways on the day.There will also be face painting, live music, a photo booth and plenty more!Join the conversation on social media by hashtagging #freolovesstrawberries or find out more at

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$2 Small Coffee Lunch Deal

$2 coffee with the purchase of any toastie from our menu (vegan options available)  Offer is available all day Monday - Saturday. Not a coffee drinker? Alternate drinks also available including: hot choc, chai, tea, water or soft drink can.  P.s. We're always busy creating new menu items, including toasties, stay up to date with our latest via our socials! 

As Eye See It Photographic Exhibition

The As Eye See It Photographic Exhibition, coordinated by the Department of Communities, offers the opportunity for young people living in care in Western Australia to express what is important to them through photography. Participants were given a camera and encouraged to take four photographs of things which hold a special significance for them. The collection of photographs aims to raise awareness about what it means to live in out-of-home care and provides an insight into the worlds of these young people. Visit the free exhibition at the WA Shipwrecks Museum, 45 Cliff Street, Fremantle from 31 August – 14 October 2018. If you have any queries, please contact Natalie La Touche, Manager – Events and Sponsorship, Department of Communities on 9222 2833 or at    

Little Hawk Freo

This cafe is off the beaten track, but well worth exploring. We're all about great quality food, delicious coffee, warm service and catering. Dine in with us, or choose from a daily selection of delicious treats and quality food to go. We can't wait to meet you!

Clearskincare Fremantle $9 Underarm IPL Hair Removal

Get your $9 Underarm IPL Hair Removal at Clearskincare Clinics Feel smooth and confident with IPL Hair Removal at Clearskincare Clinics; Australia’s Most Premium IPL Hair Removal Service. Clearskincare Clinics have over 20 years experience, exceptional customer care, and use the most advanced clinically proven technology. Known as industry leaders, all services are performed by highly trained and certified therapists. Take advantage of our unbeatable $9 underarm treatment offer!

 Simply click here to redeem your offer or come into our clinic today Terms and Conditions Apply*. Offer valid until end of September 2018.Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, discount or promotion.

Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award 2018

Join us for the opening of the 2018 Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award supported by Little Creatures Brewing. Now in its 43rd year, find out who has won the nation's richest and most prestigious print prize.With more than 50 finalists from around Australia, this is a generous showcase of the best prints and artists’ books. Featuring established, emerging and cross-disciplinary artists, the Award continues to present works that celebrate the traditions of printmaking while simultaneously looking towards the future of the medium.The winner will take home $16,000, with second place awarded $6,000. Massive thanks to Little Creatures for their ongoing support! Don't miss one of the biggest, most exciting openings on the FAC calendar! Opening night Thu 13 Sep | 6:30pm | Fremantle Arts Centre | Free Entry | Bar open | Woodfired Pizza | DJ | All welcome Exhibition runs Fri 14 Sep – Sun 4 Nov.

French Explorers in WA

You are invited to view two exquisite exhibitions that celebrate Western Australia’s French connections. The Art of Science: Baudin's Voyagers 1800-1804 For the first time since they were completed over 200 years ago this exhibition brings original paintings and drawings from the Museum of Natural History in Le Havre, France to Australia. Baudin’s ships, Géographe and Naturaliste embarked from Le Havre in October 1800 carrying an impressive group of scientists. Lavishly funded by Napoléon Bonaparte, their agenda was the discovery and study of natural sciences, underpinned by the emergence of new ideas and philosophies of reason. Never seen before in Australia, items include Baudin’s chronometer, beautiful coastal profiles, hand drawn maps, and Baudin’s personal journal from France’s National Archives. Paintings and drawings by Baudin’s artists were created on the shores and off the coasts of Australia capturing some of the first European views of Australian animals, landscapes and very first portraits of Aboriginal people. Return to Australia: Freycinet 1818 Discover the science and stories behind this amazing journey as we commemorate the 200th anniversary of Freycinet’s expedition to Western Australia in the Uranie. As Commander of a scientific expedition taking him across the world, Louis de Freycinet arrived in Shark Bay on 12 September 1818.  Other than his official obligations, he had a secret motive — to retrieve the historically significant pewter plate erected there in 1697 by Dutch mariner Willem de Vlamingh. With her husband Louis’ assistance,  Rose de Freycinet smuggled herself aboard the expedition and became the second woman to circumnavigate the globe, and the first to write a full account of her journey. Her diary survives today and presents a unique and genuine perspective about this long and eventful expedition. Entry to French Explorers in Western Australia is free. Museum entry fees apply.

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