Celebrate NAIDOC Week (5–12 July) at the Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre! The events begin with the opening on Monday 6 July, 12 noon followed by various events running throughout the week. Main event on Friday 10 July, 5.00 pm.
Every year as the weather cools, Fremantle heats up with the Hidden Treasures winter music series every Thursday in July! The festival is a celebration of the city’s long history of producing fantastic music, with 50 artists playing over four venues.
We’re aiming to capitalise on Fremantle’s positive development momentum and are currently seeking comments on our draft 2015–2020 economic development strategy. Comments close Monday 27 July 2015.
It’s time to lace up your ice skates and practice your twists and turns because the Winter Garden Festival is coming to Esplanade Reserve this July! Attractions include outdoor ice rink, falling snow, a mountainous pop-up slide plus more.
We proudly invite you to witness the latest offering of artistic works on Friday 10 July.
The 2015–16 budget focuses on sustainability, heritage restoration and public space improvements.
New five-year economic development strategy to build on Fremantle’s revitalisation momentum.
The City has partnered with the Aboriginal-owned and operated centre for community wellbeing.
You’re invited to view the happiness creativity of Edith Cowan University students in July.
School holiday fun at the Western Australian Maritime Museum
A charity concert “Freo Aid”, celebrating the 30 year anniversary of Live Aid.
Australia's largest outdoor ice-rink returns to the Fremantle Esplanade Reserve
Learn, Respect and Celebrate NAIDOC Week (5–12 July)
What's on for kids during the July school holidays.
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