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Harbour Sundays 2018

Harbour Sundays presented by RTRFM 92.1 and the WA Maritime Museum Fremantle's favourite Sunday get together is back at the WA Maritime Museum. RTRFM and the WA Museum team up to bring you five weeks of stella live, local music at Perth's most picturesque venue. Spend Sunday evening with us on the balcony of the Maritime Museum as the sun sets on the banks of Fremantle harbour. Live, local music in paradise.​​  HARBOUR SUNDAYS 2018 PROGRAM  Sunday January 28Delilah Rose and The GunslingersKat Wilson TrioDJ Jas Hughes (Drivetime)  Sunday February 4Grace SandersJacob DiamondDJ Lorraine Clifford (Drastic on Plastic, SMCD)  Sunday February 11Human ContactDe Cuba SonDJ Claude Mono (El Ritmo, GAOTS)  Sunday February 18Racoo Charles and The Moke FolkJustin Walshe Folk MachineDJ Tamara Szep (Rockin’ The Roots) Sunday February 25Crucial RockersBoom Bap PowDJ Foxman (Soulsides)

Queens Baton Relay

The eyes of the Commonwealth will be on Fremantle as the baton journeys towards its final destination, the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) Opening Ceremony on Wednesday 4 April 2018. Setting off in Australia on Monday 25 December 2017, the Baton will travel for 100 days to connect with as many people as possible in every state and territory. The Queen’s Baton carries a message from Her Majesty The Queen through the entire Commonwealth. The Games are declared officially open when the message is read aloud. The Baton will arrive in Fremantle by sea from Bathers Bay onto Bathers Beach before it sets off through the streets of Fremantle. Join Mayor Brad Pettitt on the boardwalk at Bathers Beach to mark this momentous occasion with a traditional Welcome to Country and live music. 11:30am until 1:00pm – A free community celebration will take place at Bathers Beach including a Welcome to Country, live music from The Lost Quays and interviews with some of the baton bearers. 12:45pm – Arrival of the baton from Rottnest at Bather’s Beach 1:00pm to 2:30pm – The baton will leave Bathers Beach and travel through the streets of Fremantle carried by the baton bearers, through Norfolk Street, South Terrace, High Street, Cliff Street, Phillimore Street, ending at Princess May Park on Adelaide Street. To see the baton’s full route please visit www.gc2018.com/qbr See attached for route and batonbearers. Road closures in Fremantle on Saturday 24th February, 2018: Mews Road will be closed to traffic between 12:30 and 1:30pm South Terrace and intersecting streets including Norfolk Street, Norfolk Lane, Essex Street, Collie Street, Nairn Street and Bannister Street will be closed to traffic between 1:00 and 2:00pm High Street, Phillimore Street and intersecting streets including Packenham Street, Henry Street, Mouat Street and Cliff Street will be closed to traffic between 1:30 and 2:30pm Traffic management will be in place to direct traffic on Queen and Adelaide Streets between 2:00 and 2:30pm The Phillimore Street entrance to Fremantle Port will be closed between 1:00pm and 2:30pm, however all port traffic including ferry passengers, will still be able to access the port via gate 2 on Beach Street (near Officeworks) along Peter Hughes Drive during this time. Carpark closures in Fremantle on Saturday 24th February, 2018: Carparks at the far end of Mews Road in front of Be.Serviced apartments will be closed from 6:00am to 2:00pm All other carparks in Mews Road including 6 Molfetta Quays, 35 Mews Road, car parks on both sides of Kailis Fish Market, 34 Mews Road and 38 Mews Road will be closed from 1:00 – 2:00pm. Cars remaining in these car parks at the commencement of the road closures must remain parked for the duration of the closure. Carpark 2 will be closed from 6:00am to 3:00pm Little High Street and Captains Lane carparks in the West End will be closed from 1:00 to 2:00pm. Cars remaining in these car parks at the commencement of the road closures must remain parked for the duration of the closure. For more information visit https://www.gc2018.com/qbr#gc2018-qbr-parent-map

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Amanda ConwayJones

Ngarrindjeri artist Amanda Conway-Jones was born at Victor Harbor in South Australia in 1985. Her painting style is dot work and the bright colours from her coastal country hometown and the ocean are represented throughout her artworks. Amanda enjoys creating pieces that are inspiring and brighten people’s day with her choice of colours. Amanda’s Land Lines series represents country from an aerial view. For Aboriginal people, land has a spiritual and cultural connection that is deeply important to their identity and way of life. In this series Amanda has used a combination of cool ocean colours and warm earth colours to represent her country and to acknowledge the important connection her family has with this land.

Be Rottnest

Enjoy the best of Fremantle and Rottnest Island with our new Be. Rottnest package. This 3 night package offers accommodation in Fremantle’s iconic Fishing Boat Harbour precinct and a day trip to Rottnest Island! Enjoy all that Fremantle has to offer. Grab some Fish and Chips in Fishing Boat Harbour Enjoy a cold drink and watch the sun set over Bathers Beach ‘Do some time’ in the Fremantle Prison or Explore the Maritime Museum of Western Australia Then head over to Rottnest Island for the day with Rottnest Express…discover its pristine beaches and take your very own Quokka selfie!

Be Summer Upgrade

Book your Summer Holiday today with Be. and receive an exclusive upgrade. This strictly limited offer allows you to reserve an apartment for a minimum of 3 nights and receive a complimentary upgrade to the next room type PLUS a complimentary Breakfast Pack for the first morning of your stay. Full details available on our website.

Staple Store Fremantle

A women's fashion store in Fremantle WA with great service, great value and great products. Staple Store is all you need.

Blue

15 Aboriginal artists have focused on the color blue in this collection of paintings that invokes stories of water, sky, seasons and clouds.  Sometimes used to signify water and aspects of the ether – wind, smoke, clouds, night skies – blue becomes a more familiar colour in the work of these Aboriginal artists. On the dry Australian continent blue holds the promise of coolness and moisture, the chance for life to recover and regenerate. It is a colour that sits around the earth rather than in it, contrasting to the deep orange oxide of the land. Blue is a contrast in the paintings as well, freed briefly from the palette of earth pigments that raises the dominant voice of the land. Blue is a respite from the known physical world of the desert. 

The Lip Lab

The Lip Lab is an innovative new beauty concept that is literally going to change the way you buy lipstick. After opening in NSW in 2015, we have become the very first company of its kind offering custom blended lipstick solutions. Yes you heard it right, in conjunction with one of our professional lip colour consultants you will be able to choose, mix and apply your own shades.

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