The first beach in Australia where you can be served alcohol is here in Fremantle at Bathers Beach.
Party, dine and reward your family, staff and friends at the Harbour this Christmas.
Experience a showcase of award winning craft beers, ciders, and spirits this weekend as you stop, sip & savour the very best of the west!
Bring the family for a free festival and celebration of the magnificence, cuisine and piazzas of Italy down at the Harbour, by the sea.
The much adored pageant of ‘Blessing of the Fleet’ will be on Sunday 30 October, 2-5pm in Fremantle.
There’s plenty for the whole family to enjoy in Fremantle and at the Harbour over the holidays. Visit Fremantle Story for the full list and take part in the Treasure Hunt. Read more…
Fremantle Festival returns 28th October – 6th November 2016. The Fremantle Festival will continue its evolution to become a fully curated arts festival highlighting Fremantle’s vibrant culture and providing inspiration for festival goers and artists alike.
Congratulations to all the winners and finalists of the Fremantle 2016 Amateur Photographic Competition! In particular, congratulations to Damien Crocker taking out 1st prize for his amazing sunset shot of the Esplanade Youth Plaza and to all the beautiful shots taken of our Fishing Boat Harbour. You can view all the winners here: http://www.fremantleapc.com.au/finalists-2016.html Pictured: Nicole Hein, Winner: Essence of Fremantle
We know you love seafood as much as we do – so don’t miss the IGA Fremantle Seafood Festival. It’s earlier and longer this year; taking place over a whole weekend 27 & 28 February. It’s a FREE event, with a selection of ticketed activities. Tickets for the Seafood Masterclasses and The Fisherman’s Table Seafood Feast can be purchased via the website. For details visit http://www.fremantleseafoodfestival.com.au/
Henry Liascos (pictured on the left with Peter Manifis) knows how to feed and entertain families, couples and tourists alike. He’s proud of Fremantle and enjoys what he calls its “cosmopolitan feel in a village environment.” Henry goes on to say, “there is always something going on, something to do, it’s a great destination for tourists and the opportunity for meeting interesting people is ever present, especially with the volumes …