Come look at the early homes, settlers an their histories. Share their losses, gains and their futures. View early images of the Cottages that make up the settlement of East Rockingham and read the stories of these pioneers that came before us.
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Bear witness to the true horror that lurks in our history in the gardens and hallways of historic Smirks cottage. As dusk fades to night, the night-watchman will guide you through enthralling dark tales of the district. Dark Corners is an immersive storytelling walking tour experience.
Visitors will tour Quarantine Station Heritage Buildings and learn the history of the station from 1851 to 1979. Each person who was quarantined has a story to tell. Listen to their many stories.
The Coogee Audiowalk is a self-guided audiowalk. Listeners go to the webpage, download the MP3 and follow the instructions. As you take the walk you will asked to stop and maked locations, press 'play' and listen to a story connected with that location or a visible site.
Azelia Ley Museums Sunday openings will feature Leeming Sax ensemble and Flute Troupe, playing on the verandas, with local artists in the gardens and artwork on display. Wattleup will hold their reunion on the Saturday 17th April.
Take a musical journey across the oceans with shanty band The Lost Quays, in their home port of Fremantle!
Join us for an insight into the history and archaeology of early contact experiences along the coast of WA,
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.
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.
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.
Celebrating the final days of WA Maritime Museum’s exhibition Vikings: Warriors of the North, Giants of the Sea, we invite you to partake in a decadent and lavish Viking Feast in the magnificent setting of the Museum.
火和水 Fire and Water is the second part of a photographic series exploring the rich stories of Chinese community and its people in Western Australia.
Vikings: Warriors of the North, Giants of the Sea is your chance to learn the true stories of conquest, plunder, craft, trade and adventure which turned these Nordic people into heroes of myth and legend.
Join Toni Church as she discusses the art of language, the representation of bodies—particularly female bodies—and the processes of meaning-making within museums.
Join Fremantle Prison’s curatorial team for an exclusive behind the scenes look at the Fremantle Prison’s Museum Collection.
Enjoy the rich folklore and stories of our port city's convict history as one of Fremantle Prison's experienced Tour Guides takes you for a walk in the shoes of the convicts.