Things to Do in Fremantle Today
What’s on in Fremantle
Fremantle is a major port city in Western Australia, welcoming summer and the holiday season in style with events and festivals to create a lively atmosphere.
What’s on in Fremantle this week Free Film Fridays
Relax and learn through aboriginal film at Free Film Fridays at the Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre from 12 – 2 pm. Bookings are essential. Three Boys Dreaming will be screened on 21st December, Rabbit Proof Fence on 4th January, We Don’t need A Map on 11th January and Yolngu Boy on 18th January. Entrance is free while films are subject to change.
What’s on in Fremantle this week South Beach Sunset Market
Come along to this fabulous summertime fun event at South Beach, South Fremantle every Saturday night from 5 pm until 9 pm from 22nd December until 30th March.
You can feast on hawker food delights from the world over, listen to live music, enjoy kid’s entertainment, animal farm and face painting, grab a drink from the ‘pop-up bar’ and watch the sun set over the beautiful Indian ocean. Don’t forget your bathers.
What’s on in Fremantle this week Wildlife Zoo at the markets
We love having West Oz Wildlife, one of Perth’s leading wildlife petting zoos, at Fremantle Markets. It will be held from 12 – 2 pm on Thursdays from 21st December until 28th June 2019. They provide a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with native Australian animals such as koalas, snakes and dingoes.
Entry by Gold Coin Donation and don’t forget your camera.
Ghostly Tour with Dinner in Fremantle
Join us on a Friday night at 6.45 pm from 21st December until 25th January as we take a torchlight tour of Fremantle’s oldest buildings, with the tram seating converted to dining car style.
At each stop we take a torchlight walking tour of the grounds. Included in your evening are a Cicerellos fish ‘n’ chip supper and a soft drink served at your table.
Tour Highlights Fremantle Prison
Fremantle Prison (A full Torchlight Tour with a prison guide), The Roundhouse The first prison in WA, Fremantle Arts Centre (the Old Asylum) or Fremantle Cemetery (the final resting place of some notorious gaol residents) A ticket for a child is $65 while it is $85 for adults.