Have you ever wondered what it would be like to visit the Army Museum of Western Australia after dark? Join us for two very special evenings on 16 and 17 April when we open our doors for the very first time at our Night at the Museum events.
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Take a guided tour through the iconic Samson House and learn about one of Fremantle's most prominent families.
There is something in the air in Fremantle.
There's a long history of Dance in Fremantle. EPIC Dance Workshop is an invitation to experience various forms for FREE.
Join us for 'Women on The Inside', a special tour exploring the history of female experiences at Fremantle Prison.
Join Fremantle Prison’s curatorial team for an exclusive behind the scenes look at the Fremantle Prison’s Museum Collection.
Join one of Fremantle Prison's experienced guides for this exclusive tour showcasing a variety of convict and prisoner artwork.
Join us for a 45 minute talk at Fremantle Prison to hear about initial discoveries during conservation works in the Main Cell Block.
Explore the historic films and life and times of Sir Frederick Samson in a unique Walking Tour format hosted by local historians Mike & Joy Lefroy.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICE CREAM! Come and explore the delightful history of ice cream and gelato culture of Fremantle with Fremantle Tours on this 2 hour walking tour.
Join us on this deep dive into the delicious culture that is baking! Come and explore Freo's current 5 bakeries with some tastings along the way. Plus we will delve into Fremantle's history of baking with some of its earliest bakeries and the stories of who made it.
Let us show you the vibrant and dynamic street art scene of Freo! From stencils to paste ups, graffiti to murals, illegal pieces to commissions, we've got it all.
Street art and graffiti has a long history in Australia and this tour foregrounds the layers of it’s history within our port city
An afternoon of toe tapping music from bygone eras when Jug and Bands, playing improvised and acoustic instruments ruled.
Join Jook Joint Band at the National Hotel Fremantle for a fun filled musical experience.
The Evan Davies Building was built in 1899 and was typical of gold boom era buildings. Over the years, the building has housed a number of different uses. Today the upstairs is leased and used by Beerpourium: purveyors of craft beers and wood fired tucker. Learn more while you enjoy their fare.
Try your hand at the rope skills that are still an integral part of fishing along with workshops in whipping splicing, basics of weaving, net making and fish prints and more.
Join artists Sharyn Egan, Joyce Tasma and Lynne Marshall for a Sunday weave in a fun afternoon of weaving techniques and conversations.
According to the Macquarie Dictionary, a turning point is "a point at which a decisive change takes place; a critical point; a crisis". It is often these sorts of moments in our lives that have an impact on the person we become; it is also these moments that resonate with, and engage, readers most.
If you’ve read The Weekend West magazine then you may be familiar with the author Ros Thomas. From a radio news reader to a journalist on current affairs programs across seven, nine and the ABC, she’s had a long successful career in media.
Come inside our 1850s building from the era of Lionel and Fanny Samson bringing up their family in Fremantle. After a short talk about the heritage of the building and the Samson family, come upstairs to our family museum, then join us for morning tea in the adjoining Cellar.