Fremantle Community Care is a service of the City of Fremantle offering a range of services to the community.
It also promotes and provides support to older adults and people with a disability to maximise wellbeing, independence and access to the community.
Dial-A-Ride is a transport service that operates door to door transport. Our bus picks you up from your home and travels to the heart of Fremantle, Phoenix, Gateways and Southlands Shopping Centre’s various days of the week.
This service also provides weekly social outings on Mondays. We visit places such as Kings Park, Araluen Botanical Gardens, Hillarys Boat Harbour and various Senior Citizens Centres for lunch. Both Dial-a-Ride and Social Outing services are funded by HACC (Home and Community Care) and available to people residing within the boundaries of the City of Fremantle. Fees and eligibility are set by HACC.
High Tea for Seniors Week November 2016
Christmas lunch 2016 at the High Wycombe Tavern
Christmas night light tour 2016
Australia Day morning tea 2017 at Point Walter
Summer Dinner Club February 2017 - South Perth Ferry Ride and Clancy's Fish Pub
Summer Dinner Club March 2017 - Sculptures by the Sea
You may be eligible if you:
- are older and frail and having difficulty with everyday tasks.
- have a disability.
- are the carer of the frail older person or someone with a disability.
You can contact our office on 9432 9890 to enquire about the above services or contact the Central Regional Assessment Service Centre on 1300 785 415.
Fremantle Community Care
Shop 11, Queensgate Complex
10 William Street
Fremantle WA 6160
T 08 9432 9890
F 08 9432 9742
Department of Health and Ageing
My Aged Care
Western Australian Department of Health
Disability Services and Information Perth & WA
Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centres
South Metroplitan Health Service