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Lefty Food Trucks

Come down for a chilled evening - order from the food trucks in the car park, then come and enjoy it in our venue with a drink from our bar! With live music in our Beer Garden, Lefty Food Trucks is always a good night! Feel free to bring the kids down - a great evening for the whole family!The lineup for the coming weeks: Wednesday 3rd October: The Habibs / Master Panda / The Pasta Truck / Stampede GelatoWednesday 10th October: Toast My Curry / What The Flip - Crepes / The Dirty Swine / GIFT of TASTE hot donuts mobile factoryWednesday 17th October: T Sisters Fresh Foods / The Phat Pharaoh / The Rare Flower / The Milky MonsterWednesday 24th October: Rancho Sombrero Tex-Mex / Banana Leaf Modern Filipino Street Food Truck / Jumplings tasty dumplings Wednesday 31st October: The Melt Hub / Bean Eatin’ / Satay Satay / Miam Miam a bite of France**This event allows you to enjoy alcoholic drinks while enjoying meals from the Food Trucks in our venue. Please note that drinks are not allowed to be taken into the car park. BYO is not permitted.**

Verdis Table Opera Live at La Sosta

To celebrate the Week of Italian Cuisine in the World, The Consulate of Italy Perth, La Sosta and West Australian Opera have collaborated on Verdi’s Table, an exclusive event that combines the best of Italian food and Opera. On ​Wednesday November 21, La Sosta will host an exclusive 5-course dinner that showcases the flavours and music of the beloved Emiglia-Romagna region, which is the birthplace of one of Opera’s most beloved Maestros – Giuseppe Verdi. Guests will enjoy a specially curated menu which celebrates the gastronomical highlights of the Emiglia-Romagna region, while West Australian Opera’s Katja Webb and pianist Tommaso Pollio will perform a number of famous Verdi Arias throughout the evening.

The Simpsons QUIZ NIGHT

The World's second-longest running TV show, with 30 seasons and over 600 episodes is the topic of our next Quiz Night. How much do you know about everyone's favourite family?Join us for our Simpsons themed Quiz Night on Wednesday 21st November at 7pm!What is the name of Springfield's founder? Where did Homer and Marge get married?What does the J in Homer J Simpson stand for?Test out your knowledge about Homer, Bart, and little Maggie, with prizes to be won!Grab a your friends, grab a drink and get ready for an entertaining evening hosted by Dux Nuts Quizzes!This is a FREE event, but spots are limited - so BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL! We do not accept walk-ins...Contact to book a table for you and up to 7 mates.This event is hosted by Dux Nuts Quizzes.Teams of max 8 people - smaller groups also welcome.**Neither this event nor Dux Nuts Quizzes are in any way affiliated with the creators of The Simpsons**

Beginners Computing

Absolute basics for the nervous or terrified!  Really get to know how to operate your computer, send and receive emails, search  and navigate the internet and make Word work for you.


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BIKE tour

Come and see the best Freo has to offer on our 3 hours bike tour. Get an insight into the local spots, our rich past, vibrant present and exciting future! Our cruisy pace means that we can enjoy all the sights and sounds of Fremantle with frequent stops for photographs, stories, history and tips on the best spots for you to truly enjoy the best Freo has to offer. Tours include use of bike, helmet, a lovely local guide as well as a coffee along the way.  You will experience the rich history of our port city, from our 40,000 years of indigenous culture, early European exploration, British colonisation, convict history through to the modern café and alternative culture we have today. We think less is more and because we want to get to know you, all our tours have a maximum of 10 people per tour.  Keeping it small means we will all have a much better time!  


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Come and see the best Freo has to offer on our fun and informative 2 hour walking tour. Departing twice daily at 11am and 3pm, Thursday to Monday. Let us show you why Fremantle is ranked as the 7th best city in the world by Lonely Planet in 2016. We will help you experience the true local side of our great port city by hitting the pavement and walking our beautiful streets. Our vibrant city has so much to offer from hip and hidden cafes, brilliant bars, delicious restaurants and street art to its rich history as a trading place for over 40, 000 years. That tradition has continued and diversified to give us the thriving cultural hub Fremantle is today. From the oldest building in Western Australia, the Roundhouse, to the newest bars and cafes, we will show you it all. Encompassing Fremantle’s Indigenous culture, early European exploration, British colonisation and convict history through to our hip and bohemian present and exciting future! Be a traveler not a tourist with Fremantle Tours. Our comfortable pace means that we can enjoy all the sights and sounds of Fremantle with frequent stops for photographs, stories, history and advice on the best spots for you today truly enjoy the best Freo has to offer.  All our tours have a maximum of 10 people so we can get to know you all. We think less is more and we can all have a better time for it! This includes a coffee along the way and a fun local guide. 


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Live Music Thursdays

Join us at Creatures NextDoor every Thursday from 6pm for live music!  Wrap up the day (or kick off the evening) with some eclectic sounds,  a meal or nibbles, one of our own craft beers or a wine.    Located just around the corner from the brewery, Creatures NextDoor is a cosy, relaxed lounge with a little bit of spunk. It boasts some serious views of the Fishing Boat Harbour – a perfect location for sunsets. Our menu is a sharing style menu and is accompanied by Little Creatures beers, ciders and a great selection of Australian wines. Love your music?  We also host live Jazz every Sunday from 4:30-7:30. All the makings for a great Sunday in Freo. 

Wu Tao Dance Beginners Course

Wu Tao - the dancing way to balance and flow. Work with the elements and meridians in this restorative sequence of dances for harmony and joy. It’s easy to forget what’s really important to us in the midst of a busy life. We all need ways to help us maintain emotional balance, peace of mind AND a healthy body. Wu Tao is a powerful yet gentle way to achieve this. A unique dance as therapy modality, grounded in the proven system of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Wu Tao is an easy and joyful way to bring yourself back to centre. This 6 week course will be preceded by a $15 taster workshop Dance your way into Spring on Thursday October 11. Attendance strongly recommended. Bookings essential as places are limited. This is the last beginners course until April 2019. Here's what previous course participants have to say... "I HIGHLY recommend this workshop, Emma is an incredible teacher and I always left feeling so amazing!" "This course is a great way of tuning in and listening to your own body more. The movements most definitely promote a greater flow of energy." "It's a combination of light yoga, dance movement and meditations that makes you feel soft, loving and happy afterwards. Emma is a wonderful facilitator, creating a beautiful and loving atmosphere." "Dancing Wu Tao is a great gift for myself." "Wu Tao is a beautiful, feminine and fun way to activate the Chinese meridians. I've always felt more 'alive' after this kind of dance." "Emma is wonderful - lovely and calm with a passion for dance. She's great at getting you up and dancing with a smile and a giggle, thank you!" "For me the greatest outcome was learning about another layer of my body. The course gave me a different viewpoint." "It's a beautiful self care and self love practice." (my most significant outcome was...) "Feeling happy and loving." (a favourite aspect was...) "Witnessing Emma's beautiful teaching style, so generous, graceful and honouring of where each of us was at each week." "If you want a gentle movement practice in a benevolent atmosphere, Go! Emma is great. If dance interests you or if Qi interests you or shiatsu or chinese medicine, Go!" "It brought me more in touch with my own body, recognising how my body moves and really got me to start listening to my body again." (my most significant outcome was...) "A new technique for connecting to body and spirit. Emma is gifted instructor / practitioner."


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Open Acoustic Night Thursdays

Open Acoustic Thursdays 6.30 - 9.30 pm. Open mic style evening showcasing local talent and beginner musicians wanting to share their music - originals or covers welcomed. Open to singers, singer songwriters, musicians, instrumentalists and keys players - there is a keyboard piano at the venue! Solos and duos only. Family friendly restaurant bar on Essex Street opposite Luna on SX, Fremantle. To book a table contact: 0407 421 522 or come by on the night. To book in to play a 20 min set contact: or Come check it out - opposite Luna on SX  *Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.          

Notre Dame Archaeologist for a Day

Join Senior Lecturer Dr Shane Burke for a two-day short course at The University of Notre Dame Australia in archaeology and archaeological excavation. • Friday 23 November at The University of Notre Dame Australia • Limited to 15 places • Cost: $220 including lunch


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Wildlife Zoo at the Markets

We love having West Oz Wildlife, one of Perth’s leading wildlife petting zoos, at Fremantle Markets. They provide a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with native Australian animals such as koalas, snakes & dingoes. You can usually only glimpse such animals amidst big crowds in larger reserves or zoos. Our Wildlife Zoo offers a more intimate approach, allowing both children and adults to experience these animals in a smaller and more relaxed setting. Entry by Gold Coin Donation. Don't forget your camera!

Dance for Parkinsons Classes Fremantle

Did you know that dance has physical, mental and social benefits for people living with Parkinson's disease? Plus it's a lot of fun!Dance for Parkinson’s is an uplifting dance class for people living with Parkinson's disease, that emphasises dancing for dancing’s sake.Our professional teachers encourage participants to explore different styles of dance in chairs, standing up or moving across the floor. The movement is designed specifically for people living with Parkinson's disease and focuses on posture, coordination, balance and gait.The class is suitable for a range of ages and mobility. The environment is fun and pressure free with the aim to enrich and empower participants. Anyone affected by Parkinson’s disease is welcome to attend these classes (no dance experience necessary) for $10 per class. Carers, partners and friends, are welcome to participate in these classes at no additional cost. Classes will take place at DADAA at the Fremantle Old Boy's School (92 Adelaide St, Fremantle) from 1.00-2.00pm. Participants are invited to join us for tea and coffee from 12.30pm.Classes will run on the following days in 2018 from 1.00-2.00pm:September 14th, 21st-break for school holidays-October 12th, 19th, 29thNovember 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30thDecember 7th, 14thTo register please email or call 0400 618 293.Paid parking is available at Wilson Parking 39 Adelaide St, Woolstores Carpark 28 Cantonment St (first hour free) and Point St Carpark 8 Point St.Are you interested in being involved as a volunteer? We are seeking expressions of interests from anyone with a background in dance or in physio, OT or nursing to come along and help with our classes. Email for more info. This program is funded by City of FremantleWith thanks to our supporters Ausdance WA and DADAA.