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Gusto Italiano Trail

Think food in Fremantle, and you probably think Italian. With good reason. Italians have had a huge influence on the culture of Fremantle since the 1880s, not least on its food scene. Cappuccino, anyone? Pizza? Pasta? Garlic? It's hard to imagine a time before these flavours were commonplace. Indeed, we're so accustomed to Italian food that it can be hard to pick the authentic from the rest. This trail can help. We've showcased a cluster of Italian eateries whose traditions run deep. They're all about putting the real Italy on a plate, be it antipasti, primi, secondi, pasta, pizza or…

Healing India Glass Creative Arts Classes

Healing India Glass & Creative Arts offers art and craft classes and programs including glass art, mosaics, dream catchers, macrame and more. These classes and programs are run in venues across Fremantle including The Meeting Place in South Fremantle and The One Stop Shop neatr Town Hall in Fremantle.   New dates and times are announced every couple of months on our Facebook page "Healing India Glass & Creative Arts".  Feel free to ask for classes to be brought to your venue.

Healthful Treats

Freo Whole-food Business that specialises in RAW & Whole-food Cooking classes, consulting, recipe development, public cooking demonstrations & public speaking. Our aim is to make healthy cooking easy, by inspiring & teaching people how to make delicious Gluten free, refined sugar free, dairy-free, soy-free, sweet & savoury treats the whole family can enjoy. Healthful Cooking Classes are held regularly - see www.healthfultreats.com.au for more information. Private Classes at your home/office/clubhouse can also be arranged, please email healthfultreats@gmail.com or call 0421 900 705 for more info.

Heritage Highlights

The Heritage Highlights Trail is a snapshot into Fremantle’s architectural and cultural heritage. The trail takes just under a couple of hours to walk but we recommend you set aside a full day to get the most out of this trail; pour over the history centre's collection, wander through the west end, explore the maritime museum and Fremantle Prison and finish up at Fremantle Arts Centre. Length: 5.72km Time: 1.19 hrs

History Tour of the National Hotel

Bring your group for a fascinating tour of the National Hotel. Built in the late 1800s and almost devastated by fire this building has been magnificently restored. Come and hear about the chequered history of this iconic Fremantle hotel, the numerous murders, fires and deaths. The tour finishes with a visit to the breathtaking rooftop with 360 degree views over Fremantle. Bring your camera! Tour includes choice of meal and a drink plus a souvenir booklet. Groups of 10 to 30 $40 per head.

Hougoumont Hotel

Hougoumont Hotel, a little unique (not a shipload of ordinary). The Hougoumont is Fremantle's most unique boutique hotel, purpose-built using innovative sea container construction to offer "that little something" you won't find anywhere else. Whether you're here to see the sights, stay a few nights or travelling for business; the Hougoumont's dedicated crew place all hands on deck to ensure you'll feel truly well travelled. It's a unique experience built on understated style and comfort, bringing you closer to the people and places of one of THE most popular destinations in WA. Each stylish room makes the most of every…

Hoyts Millennium Fremantle

HOYTS Millennium is located in the heart of Fremantle, just off the popular Café Strip and screens the latest blockbuster releases. HOYTS Millennium showcases 4 cinemas including two 3D auditoriums. It is home to a 500 seat capacity Xtremescreen, with a big screen and big sound, movies are better in HOYTS Millennium's Xtremescreen!

Invisible Cities

Invisible Cities Fremantle is a participatory art project exploring relationships between people and place. It maps the memories held within the city, to reveal intriguing, experiential tales you can listen to as you walk the streets of Fremantle.  Download the free Invisible Cities mobile app from the website, and look for the Story Site plaques around Fremantle to hear stories told by people who live, work, play and pass through the city. You are also invited to contribute your own memory or story of the Fremantle city centre.  To hear or contribute a story visit: www.invisiblecities.com.au

J Shed Art Studio

The studio specialises in ceramic murals and it is run by Jenny Dawson. Jenny Dawson is a ceramic artist, public artist, designer, teacher, consultant and project co-ordinator. Jenny Dawson established the J Shed Art Studio in 1992 after completing residencies at the Hobart School of Art in Tasmania and at the Deruta Grazia Maiolica workshops in Italy. She runs a thriving studio situation that invites projects on a large scale.  Opening hours - Wed to Friday 12-4pm all other times by appointment

Japingka Gallery

See great Aboriginal art at Japingka Gallery, new exhibitions in upstairs gallery, huge stockroom, always 100s of Aboriginal paintings on view from all areas of Australia. The gallery is located on two levels of a heritage 1880s warehouse in Fremantle's West End. The Directors have worked with Aboriginal artists for 30 years, and major artists and emerging communities are all well represented. Visiting artists and the best in contemporary Aboriginal art - open 7 days in Fremantle, or view exhibitions & artists profiles online.  Japingka Gallery is delighted to present a wonderful collection of recent paintings by renowned Utopia artist…

Jenny Dawson Ceramics

Jenny Dawson is a ceramic artist, public artist, designer, teacher, consultant & project coordinator. Jenny has established a thriving studio that invites projects on a large scale and collaborations with artists from other disciplines. Opening hours - Wed to Friday 12-4pm all other times by appointment.

Join the club

From pre–work to after hours, there’s a bunch of ways to both upskill and get social in Freo. Crochet in the fish pub Hooks, yarn and conversation are the heroes at The Crochet Rumble at Clancy’s Fish Pub. Learn or hone your crochet skills over drinks and chat while working on your creations–something of your choice, or a beanie to donate to clients of St Pat’s homeless centre. Just a fiver gets you a seat at the crochet circle, and there’s instruction and tools if you need. The rumble kicks off from 7 pm on the second Wednesday of each…

Kidogo Arthouse Fremantle

Kidogo is a living, bustling art centre. As well as having two busy galleries, Kidogo Arthouse is a popular venue to hear live, original, live music and can be booked for private and corporate events.  Kidogo Arthouse is ranked No1 as "Perth's most beautiful wedding venue".  

KX Pilates Fremantle

KX Pilates is a revolutionary workout that incorporates Reformer Pilates with cardio and endurance training. The workout is done on a reformer bed, that uses modified springs for resistance, so you can cater the workout specifically to your fitness needs. Discover KX to realign and strengthen your body and find the ultimate confidence and potential in you.

Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation

The STS Leeuwin II is proud to offer 3-hour coastal sails open to the public, which operate from late October until late April. The majority of sails depart from Fremantle, although we do also offer some sails out of Busselton and Bunbury.Get a taste of what it is like to be on board a barquentine tall ship - a truly unique and memorable experience. The sail includes a light meal on board served with tea and coffee, allowing you to sit back, relax and watch the stunning Western Australian coastline slip by.For those who like to get involved, you are…

Leighton Battery Heritage Site - Buckland Hill

Buckland Hill, named by Captain Stirling after James Buckland, FRS, a reader in Geology at Oxford University and later Dean of Westminster, is the last remaining peak of seven hills in the area. It is one of the highest points in the Perth Metropolitan area. It is thought that Willem de Vlaming, the early Dutch navigator landed close by this feature in 1697 and climbed the hill to ascertain what lay beyond it and in doing so noted the Swan River, which he named. The military involvement came about in the early 1900s when defence facilities were built at North…

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