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COVID-19 (service and facility updates)

Page last updated: 9.24am, Wednesday 24 February 2021. We will continue to update this page as information emerges.

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SafeWA - contact tracing

As part of state government requirements, contact tracing is currently in place at these venues and centres:

  • City of Fremantle Administration Centre
  • Community halls and indoor hireable spaces
  • Fremantle Arts Centre
  • Fremantle Containers for Change
  • Fremantle Library
  • Fremantle Leisure Centre
  • Fremantle Recycling Centre
  • Fremantle Toy Library
  • Fremantle Visitor Centre
  • North Fremantle Community Centre
  • Samson Recreation Centre
  • Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre (WACC).

We recommend you download the SafeWA app from Apple App Store or Google Play before you arrive.

Please follow the directions and signage at each entrance point at each centre and ask for help from staff if unsure.

A manual sign in process at all entrance points at each centre are also available for visitors and customers who do not have access to a smart phone or the app.

Please note: data from the app will be encrypted at the point of capture, stored securely and is only accessible by authorised Department of Health contact tracing personnel should COVID-19 tracing be needed. This means the Department of Health can ‘trace’ quicker and keep people safe.

The data that will be collected includes your name, telephone number, location, date and arrival time in which your information will be kept for 28 days.

Any person aged 16 and over who enters one of our venues will be required to register their contact details.

We would like to thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

More information on the COVID-19 response

Visit the Western Australian Government website for the latest updates on the state’s COVID-19 response.

Support for businesses

The City’s business support team has collected and collated a range of information relating to the support being made available by local, state and federal governments for businesses.

Visit the COVID-19 information for businesses page to find out what support is available.

Strategies to improve mental health and reduce digital eye strain

Improving mental health

Curtin University has developed a helpful guide for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT): Strategies to Improve Mental Health during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Reducing digital eye strain

Follow these handy tips that have been provided by For Eyes Optometrist.

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