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Fremantle’s Dark Corners

At the mouth of an ancient river, sacred to its First Peoples, sits a colonial port. Rising above its town square, a clocktower counts the hours of 135 years. Venture inside, with our Victorian-era guide, if you dare confront the spectres of our past.

As the dusk fades, the night-watchman leads you on a journey through history, enchanting you with tales of former residents.

From his lantern, shimmering figures emerge, painting pictures on the walls with light, before dissolving into the night.

Fremantle’s Dark Corners illuminates the past and brings the long-dead to life, with true local tales, theatrically told with projection and soundscape.

The team works with archives, architecture, local historians, and first nations consultants, to create beautiful and terrifying experiences of historic horrors that haunt us still.

Includes themes of horror and the supernatural, and is suitable for a mature audience. Viewer discretion is advised. Children under 15 years must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.

Event dates

Event Details

8 William Street, Fremantle, Western Australia

Meet under the Fremantle Town Hall clock.



Entry fees:
Adults $ 20
Prebooking requiredhttps://www.trybooking.com
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
Limited parking directly on site. Check maps for parking options in the surrounding area.