What's on in Fremantle?

What's on in Fremantle?
Fremantle

What’s on in Fremantle ? this holiday season

What's on in Fremantle
Fremantle the major port city of Western Australia with hot and dry weather during summer invites everybody to come and enjoy a host of activities in addition to the places a person can visit.

What’s on in Fremantle? Free Film Fridays

A Film is shown every Friday at the Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre from 12-2pm starting with Ten Canoes on 7th December, Bran Nue Dae on 14th, Three Boys Dreaming on 21st, Rabbit-Proof Fence on 4th January, We Don’t need a map on 11th and Yolngu Boy on the 18th.
Bookings are essential while the films are subject to change.

What’s on in Fremantle? Yoga by the beach

Beach Yoga classes take place at Ocean Road, South Fremantle, north of the South Beach Cafe. The classes are 8th, 15, 22,29 December and 5th January from 7.30-8.30 am, and each session will cost $15.

What’s on in Fremantle? Christmas Food Fayre

Come to Kings Square on 8th December, between 10 am and 2 pm for a good old Sausage Sizzle and American Style Low ‘n’ Slow BBQ – brisket and pulled pork, homemade produce, cakes and much more! It is free of charge.

Christmas Card making workshop

It is ideal for anyone who wants to create their own Christmas card and requires no preparation or design know-how. The workshop will is on 8th December from 10:30am-1: 30 pm at the studio in the MANY 2.0 building, 52 Adelaide St, Fremantle. It will cost $85.

What’s on in Fremantle? Dot Painting Project

Nyoongar artist, Sharon Calgaret will be holding dot painting projects on Saturdays in December from 12-2pm. Each class will cost $15. Materials are available in the classroom. You can bring along any specific project that is of interest to you.
#1 Kiteboarding race
The Southern Hemisphere’s #1 kiteboarding race, the Red Bull Lighthouse to Leighton from Rottnest Island, will be held on 8 December and you can be a part of the fun by heading down to the beach to cheer on the 135 competitors as they race to shore.
Now in its 9th year, the race is a ‘must do’ for serious kiters who take on the 19 km open ocean course from Rottnest Island to Leighton Beach, Fremantle. There’s more than $5000 in prize money and look out for the Red Bull wigwams on the beach. It is free of charge.

What’s on in Fremantle? Thundamentals

The tour for the I LOVE SONGS album will wrap up at Fremantle Arts in Fremantle on Saturday 8th December. The cost is $64.

What’s on in Fremantle? Cash Savage and The Last Drinks

Best known for their epic live shows, Cash Savage and The Last Drinks are excited to announce a national tour to celebrate the release of their fourth studio album Good Citizens. The cost is 24.50 inc bf
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What’s on in Fremantle? The Norfolk Pines

It is a local Fremantle band playing an original mix of Celtic blues and roots. They are opening for folk musician Justin Bernasconi a highly skilled guitarist renowned for his precise technique that’s both detailed and smooth.

What’s on in Fremantle? Sunday Music

It is a free weekly live music program from 2-4pm on 9th December. Enjoy the best local and touring bands every weekend in the beautiful setting of FAC’s Front Garden. Bring a rug and picnic to this family-friendly event, or enjoy wood-fired pizzas and drinks from our bar. Some chairs provided.

What’s on in Fremantle? Cat Empire Carnivale

It takes over all the outdoor areas at Fremantle Arts Centre for two nights and transforms the space into a magnificent melting pot of music, feelings, and fun with three stages, a silent disco, markets, bars, global food. It will be held on 14th December from 5-8pm and will cost $68.40.

What’s on in Fremantle? JAZZCO

It is a band obsessed with everything Jazz. They play Swing, Bebop, Blues, Latin, and Fusion Jazz. Their repertoire goes back to the Fifties to the present day, including names such as Cole Porter, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Joe Henderson, Dave Brubeck, Wes Montgomery, John Coltrane, Roy Hargrove and many more.
They perform as a trio, quartet or quintet. On 6th January from 4.30-7.30 and it is Free of Charge.

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