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Winterworld

Winterworld Fremantle is back, Australia’s largest outdoor ice rink returns to Freo from 23 June to 15 July! Enjoy falling snow, open fire pits, giant slide, winter markets and of course ice skating. There’s just snow place like it!  Celebrating the true magic of a European winter, in the heart of Fremantle. Winterworld features Australia's largest outdoor ice skating rink, a real snow pit, giant inflatable slide, kids craft activities, The National Hotel's warm cosy pop up bar serving mulled wine and warm winter beverages, blazing fire pits scattered around a themed outdoor area with bespoke furniture and soft rugs. A vibrant community market space will be there for skaters and visitors to meet, connect, eat and play during winter. Relax with family and friends, be inspired by mesmerising fires and warm the soul with delicious winter foods by local producers, artisans, businesses and brands. Winterworld outdoor ice skating experience now in its 4th year. It will once again be located in the car park next to the skate park adjacent to the Esplanade Reserve Fremantle.  Tickets and fabulous accommodation packages on sale now!  

Winter school holidays in Freo

Strap on some skates and do some laps of Australia's largest ice rink,  join in an interactive pirate combat workshop or go on an escape tour from Fremantle Prison these are just some of the fun workshops and events on offer. Winter is also perfect for exploring Fremantle’s museums, markets and cosy cafes.  New activities are added daily – check our website for updates. We’d love to see what you get up to, so tag us @fremantlestory on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. See you in Freo.  

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Cook For Syria

For the Month of June, Moore & Moore will be taking part in the #CookForSyria Campaign. Winding up the month with a Fundrasing Dinner, to raise money and awareness for the Children of Syria.  The Cafe is also featuring a Syrian inspired dish, for the whole month. With $5 from each dish sold, being directly donated to UNICEF's Syria Crisis Appeal. The Fundraising Dinner will take place on the 30th of June. With welcome drinks and roaming canapes on arrival, followed by an array of Middle Eastern dishes, and a dessert grazing table. There will be live music, souq inspired market and a silent auction. All proceeds from the night will be directly donated to UNICEF.  We are so incredibly excited to be part of this important cause.

Catania Salon

Hair and Makeup salon The Catania Family has been in the Hairdressing industry for 45 years and have chosen Fremantle as their new home. We are proud manufactures of Australian Made haircare and award winning hairstylists. Catania Salon is now open in a beautiful upstairs studio 18-22 Adelaide street opposite the clock tower of the Town hall. The salon offers natural lighting and warmth from the polished floorboards which adds character and inspiration to the award winning hairstylist and makeup artists that work in the new salon.

Family Portrait School Holidays Special Offer

We're offering a studio portrait shoot PLUS one 8x10" matted print for only $25.00 (Save $550!). Come speak to our experienced studio team and mention this offer to book in your photo shoot today.  With over 20 years’ experience, we capture our clients at every significant moment in their life through a choice of beautiful portrait sessions including family, children, pets, pregnancy, newborn, singles, couples, glamour and weddings.

Eros Clothing and Jewellery

Amid the laid-back charm and cafe culture of Fremantle, Eros offers great shopping for all ardent fashionistas!!  We stock a range of local and international labels including Butcher + the Crow, Camilla, Camilla & Marc, Empire Rose, Ginger & Smart, Johnny Ramli, Johnny Was, Lucette, Malene Birger, Manning Cartell, Mezi, Nobody, Paige Denim, Sabatini, Samantha Wills, Sophie Kyron, Sylvie Markovina, Zambesi and more. 

Horrible Histories - Pirates: The Exhibition

Batten down the hatches! A gruesome band of horrible pirates will be taking over WA Maritime Museum in March 2018 when it presents this interactive, hands-on exhibition based on the bestselling Horrible Histories books: Horrible Histories – Pirates: the exhibition.Discover if you have what it takes to be a really horrible pirate. Take command of a pirate ship, design your own pirate flag and try out different weapons – from cutlasses to cannons. Along the way, you’ll discover why pirate women were just as wicked as the men and practise talking the patter of a pirate. You’ll also learn about the ships they sailed on, the punishments they suffered and the rules they lived by.

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