The City of Fremantle offers many opportunities to have fun, stay fit and meet new people.
Wanjoo Welcome Lounge
Located at the library at Fremantle Oval, Wanjoo Welcome Lounge is a community space for people over the age of 55 years. It is run by volunteers and is opened Monday to Friday, 9am – 3pm.
The space has a courtyard equipped with BBQ, a large kitchen and new comfortable leather lounges. You can have a cuppa, read the daily newspaper, have a chat with other visitors, or access all the library services such as computers, books and magazines.
New Age Friendly City Plan
The City’s call for Expressions of Interest (for people over 55s in our community) to join a collaborative working group has now closed.
More information on how you can participate, to help identify issues and focus areas surrounding the development of a new age friendly city plan will be updated on this website page over the next few months.
For any enquiries please call 08 9432 9999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once a month, a special morning tea takes place for people living with dementia. The memory café is a warm, inviting environment and a great way for people with dementia to remain socially active and make new friends.
Home collection for over 55's
Fremantle residents aged 55 and over can now have selected unwanted household items collected from their doorstep for free. The City will collect whitegoods like fridges and washing machines, old mattresses, and e-waste like TV's and computers and take them away to be recycled.
Dance Hall Days for over 55s
Over 55s are invited to Dance Hall Days, with dance lessons from 2 - 3 pm and live music from 3 - 5 pm on the third Friday of the month at the Italian Club at 65 Marine Terrace, Fremantle (except 19 October which will be held at the Swan Yacht Club on Riverside Drive, East Fremantle). The events are free entry and venues are wheelchair accessible with easy parking and tea and coffee available.
- What’s On
- Freo Mens Shed
- Fremantle Leisure Centre
- Community Information database
- Alzheimer's WA
- Seniors Recreation Council
- Department of Local Government and Communities
- Department of Health and Ageing
- World Health Organisation - Ageing