Positive ageing

Positive ageing is important to us all.

The City of Fremantle aims to be an age-friendly city, and provide residents over 55 years of age opportunities to live a happy, healthy, independent and socially engaged life.

Wanjoo Welcome Lounge

The Wanjoo Welcome Lounge (formerly known as the One Stop Shop) is the space for seniors, located within the new Library at the Fremantle Oval. Come and visit us, or learn more.

Want to try something new?

Visit Curious to find out free Come and Try activities for over 55s.

Memory Cafe

Memory Cafe - A memory cafe to support and be inclusive of people living with dementia in the local community. Come down and join us for a coffee and some great conversation.

Home collection for over 55's 

Home collection service 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


 

Housing Decision Toolkit for Older People 

Here are some useful links that could help you collect your thoughts on your housing situation and assist to come to a decision. The toolkit is designed for use with Your Home: A Guide to housing options for people over 55s.

Contact us

Fremantle Oval,
70 Parry Street, Fremantle
T 08 9432 9999
E info@fremantle.wa.gov.au

Useful documents

Useful links