Events & Festivals

NYE When the Captain crossed the Devil

☠️💃🏼😈 Captain Morgan dared to dance with the Newport’s Lucky Devil this New Years Eve…. ….❌ marks the spot where the Captain crossed the Devil this Dec 31. sinful treasures at ❌:🎉a party sponsored by Captain Morgan's sense of adventure🔥 a celebration of the New Year with the Lucky Devil on your shoulder🥃$15 entry and a free Captain Morgan's or Lucky Devil Cocktail on arrival🎸sinfully smooth live band, dj’s and karaoke 🗿A Tiki haven of cocktails and private booths

Marisa Mark de Vattimo

Inspired by the world greats of eclectic Jazz. East Meets West. Marisa's fusion of vocals are complimented with a sprinkle of Latin and oriental music dessert to sharpen the ears of the most discerning listener. Marisa's vocals permeate the soul through a cross-cultural kindred ship that transcends and brings together multiple cultures. Having a career performing in front of royalty, top government officials and on TV, Marisa has developed a refined international diplomacy through song, delivering a story of hope and peace to the world.. Playing a repertiore of Super Cool Jazz, whilst bringing to the foray, a top class…

Timezone Scavenger Hunt

Are you ready to be the next Sherlock Holmes? On Tuesday 2nd & Tuesday 30th January we have an awesome scavenger hunt inside our store with lots of prizes to be won!

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Meet Pikachu

Need some FUN these school holidays? Wondering what to do with the kids? Come to Timezone and get a selfie with Pikachu on Wednesday 3rd January from 12pm - 4pm!

Feeling Crafty

Wondering what to do with the kids these school holidays? Why not come down to Timezone and craft something marvelous with us these holidays. We have Lego building, Play Dough sculpting, pet rock painting and jewellery making! More information on our facebook page.

January 2018 Telethon Holiday Makers Program

Our Telethon Holiday Makers Program for 5-18 year olds with autism is a great introduction to Autism West and our social groups! We aim to offer a range of activities based on the special interests our participants have identified, which creates a natural social environment where participants have the opportunity to meet like-minded peers and have some new fun experiences along the way! NEW – We are now offering a group of teens aged 13-18 one day a week! To check out the schedule of activities for the program and to register, please download the Expression of Interest Form. So you don’t miss out on a place, please return your Expression of Interest form ASAP to Trudi at at tgribble@autismwest.org.au. For more information, call Autism West on 08 9431 2111 or email the Program Coordinator, Trudi-Anne Gribble, at tgribble@autismwest.org.au. Note: All NEW participants are required to attend a meeting at Autism West before having their position confirmed. 

GMG Gillian Moorman Group

GMG is a sophisticated mix of jazz, blues and soul.  Taking jazz standards and pop classics from Billie Holiday to Steely Dan and adding a contemporary and original flavour.  Joining Gillian Moorman on vocals, Alex Borthwick (guitar), Manoli Vouyoucalos (bass) and Pete Evans (drums) are all exceptionally talented regulars on the Perth music scene and bring together an exciting mix of jazz, funk and blues influences taking you on a journey from a New York speakeasy to an an intimate jazz club in New Orleans.  Watch an authentic musical connection happen when these four people play the music they love…

Fenians Fremantle and Freedom Festival

The inaugural Fenians, Fremantle & Freedom Festival is a 10-day cultural festival celebrating Irish culture and influence in Australia as well as a commemorative event to honour the Fenians and others transported to Fremantle on the last convict ship sent to Australia, the Hougoumont. The Festival’s program includes concert performances by renowned Irish musicians including Martin Hayes, Dennis Cahill and Declan O’Rourke; an art exhibition that is an invitation event for artists from Ireland, Australia and the USA; traditional Irish dance and literature, performances and readings based on extracts from ‘The Wild Goose’ and John Boyle O’Reilly’s poetry; comedy, photography and historical walks. For more information on the festival visit the website or facebook. 

Fremantle Historical Walk

From Rotten Potatoes to a Golden Bonanza – A walking tour of Fremantle’s West End Walk with Mike and Joy LeFroy (Museums Without Walls) through Fremantle’s historic West End and meet the famous and the not so famous Irish immigrants who found themselves in one of the most isolated outposts of the British Empire. Begin and end the tour at Kidogo (Bathers Beach). Sunscreen and water provided. Bookings essential

Art Exhibition 89 Days

The “89 days” exhibition is a collection of new artworks from some of Western Australia’s best contemporary artists. The exhibition is a visual response to the poems and passages written by the Irish political prisoners (the Fenians) during the journey of the final convict ship to arrive in Australia, the Hougoumont, which landed in Fremantle on January 10th 1867. While the literature that has inspired this exhibition was created on the journey to Fremantle, which lasted 89 days, it is the remarkable escape stories from Western Australia to the United States of several of the Fenians that has established the Fenian legend here in Western Australia.

Balloon Twisting

Looking for school holiday ideas? Bring the kids down to Timezone on Friday 5th January 2018 12pm - 2pm for Balloon Twisting with Rosie O!

Fremantle Underwater Film Festival Gala Opening Night

Dive In to the FREMANTLE UNDERWATER FILM FESTIVAL 2018!​ You are invited to attend a SPECIAL EVENING that SHOWCASES the DIVERSITY AND WONDER OF OUR GLOBAL OCEANS through a broad variety of SHORT UNDERWATER FILMS. The OFFICIAL SCREENING for the Fremantle Underwater Film Festival (FUFF) 2018 will be held in Fremantle, Western Australia.​ Each night of the festival we aim to: Share interesting, fun and thought-provoking underwater short films to share the wonder of the ocean with you Showcase the talented underwater film makers and animators from around the world, especially those that have a message surrounding marine science or conservation that can grow our awareness of our marine realm Raise awareness about Maui Dolphins' (N.Z.) and the southern bluefin tuna's critically endangered status (W.A.) Raise funds for direct action groups to enact effective means to prevent critically endangered marine species from going extinct & to implement proactive marine biodiversity conservation action Provide education about the importance of Marine Biodiversity Conservation and the precious nature of our Underwater World  Promote the coastal City of Fremantle as a unique ambassador for the Underwater Realm and Marine Conservation in Australia

Martin Hayes Dennis Cahill | Fenians Festival

Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill are two of the world’s leading artists in traditional Irish music. Their adventurous, soulful interpretations of traditional tunes are recognized all over the world for their exquisite musicality and irresistible rhythm. For over two decades, the Irish fiddler and American guitarist have performed at major concert halls and festivals around the globe. Support Act: Kavisha Mazzella is an Aria award winner, songbird and folkloric explorer. Kavisha's original songs contain lyrical ingredients including humour, poetry, social justice and the spiritual. She will take you on an uplifting journey of well-crafted stories and songs ringing with echoes…

Family Day | Fenians Festival

The Fenian Festival Family Day will be buzzing with activities and information for all the family. The WA Maritime Museum is offering free entry all day (entry fees will apply for the Escape from Pompeii exhibition). There’ll be storytelling, activities, and art exhibitions for kids of all ages. Keep listening for the tap, tap, tap of the Irish dancers as they ‘pop up’ in unexpected places. Grab lunch at the E-shed market then follow the Wild Goose Trail past the Paper Bird bookshop to Bather’s Beach where you’ll see plenty of boats in the water, including the graceful old Gaffers. Don’t…

Fenians Fremantle Freedom Festival Family Fun Day

In partnership with the Fenians, Fremantle & Freedom Festival, the WA Maritime Museum is proud to support and present children’s activities during the school holidays. Take the Shamrock Trail to find out about 2 famous Irishmen. Build a model boat workshop for 6-12 year olds. What would it be like to be at sea in a sailing ship in the 1860’s? Get the inside story from some of the museum exhibits then build your own model sailing boat and test it. Workshop times 10-11:30am or 1:30-3pm. Bookings essential phone 1300 134 081. Take the opportunity to view the Children’s Art…

Remarkable Rome

Join us for a celebration of all things from ancient Rome, as we dig into this world to uncover the story behind the exhibition Escape from Pompeii: the untold Roman rescue. Explore our Roman military uniform touch-table as well as our In Fashion toga draping and Roman ladies’ costume demonstration. Decorate your own paper-craft centurion helmet to take home, or craft a ​colourful mosaic frame or picture. You can also decorate a Roman battleship and watch it sail across our digitally animated screen!Activities free. WA Maritime Museum entry fees apply.

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Events and festivals

Fremantle has a legendary festival and events scene that stretches across the whole spectrum of music, arts, heritage, food and entertainment from the fantastic Fremantle International Street Arts Festival, St. Jerome's Laneway Festival and the biennial Sculptures @ Bathers. Plan your next visit to Fremantle by checking out what’s on in Freo today. And don’t forget to look at our eat and drink listings to find a great spot for dinner or a drink when you’re here.