What’s on in Fremantle in December & January?
What’s on in Fremantle in December & January? Sunset Market – South Beach
On days 8, 15, 22, 29 and 5 of January, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Wilson Park, South Beach, South Fremantle WA 6162.
Come to this fabulous summer fun event in South Beach, South Fremantle, every Saturday night from 5 pm to 9 pm until this summer, which begins the first week of December.
The highlights of this event include a banquet with treats from street vendors from around the world, listening to live music, having a drink in our ’emerging bar’, watching the sunset over the beautiful Indian Ocean.
What’s on in Fremantle in December & January? Serbian Film Festival 2018
All day, 6, 7, 8, 9, December 2018 at Hoyts Millenium Australia, Collie Street, Fremantle
With an increasing number of attendees, the Serbian Film Festival is an important annual Serbian event, which continues to attract more film lovers. Over the past 18 years, audiences across Australia have seen more than 120 Serbian films and documentaries.
What’s on in Fremantle in December & January? Three hours sailing boat
27, 30, December 31, 2018, and January 26, 2019, in shed B, Victoria Quay, Fremantle.
The tall sails in the STS Leeuwin II are an adventure not to be missed! Not only you and your friends will be able to experience sailing on an 1850 Barquentino style boat, but you can also look back and admire the beautiful Fremantle coast from a unique and spectacular viewpoint.
No experience in navigation is required, help our teams to drag the lines, take the helm and, why not try to climb high? If you only want to enjoy the Fremantle coast from the exclusive viewpoint of the ocean at twilight, that’s fine too! The costs are from $ 40 to $ 99.
What’s on in Fremantle in December & January? Festival of falls
All day, January 5 and 6, 2019 in Fremantle Oval, 70 Parry Street, Fremantle, WA 6160
Downtown Falls 2019, once again, will take control of Fremantle Oval Precinct along Parry Street and incorporate and renovate historic sites, streets, parking lots and buildings to delight, entertain and inspire audiences and artists.
Our unique transfer policy will also continue to maintain free and fluid access to all of Fremantle’s delights during the weekend of January 5 and 6. Fremantle markets, cafes, restaurants, shops, artisans, tourist sites, the port, beach bathers and more.