The Gyuto Monks of Tibet are back for another two weeks between Tuesday 16 and Sunday 28 July at Fremantle Town Hall. The Gyuto Monks will share their ancient cultural tradition and shower us with their love, compassion and humour.
The Fremantle Leisure Centre pools will be closed from Saturday 1 June 2013 and is expected to reopen January 2014 while major upgrades take place.
Join the City as we celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and their contribution to the city for NAIDOC Week from Monday 1 to Sunday 7 July.
Environmental scientist and ABC TV’s Gardening Australia presenter, Josh Byrne’s groundbreaking sustainable housing project in Hilton is underway. The City is a silver sponsor of the project.
Perth is undergoing a period of massive change and Fremantle requires a clear long–term vision if it is to be a sustainable, liveable and vibrant place over coming decades. Join in the collective visions for Fremantle’s future.
A section of Fremantle’s iconic Esplanade Reserve will soon be home to a $1.2m multi–purpose youth plaza (Esplanade Youth Plaza) following council’s decision to progress with finalising the plaza’s design and following that, commence construction.
The City’s new eNewsletter ‘NewsBytes’ has just been launched.
What will Fremantle be like in 2029 and beyond?
A special electors meeting will be held on Tuesday 2 July 2013.
The Fremantle City Library has a brand new display cabinet.
The Gyuto Monks of Tibet are back.
Body parts, stuff and the single male feeling
The Australian premier of Kay Adshead's black comedy Animal.
A winter concert for the Fremantle chamber Orchestra.
The voice of the Kimberley
World Refugee Week celebrates a diverse and welcoming Australia!
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