Page last updated: 4.12pm, Monday 9 November 2020. We will continue to update this page as information emerges.
City of Fremantle services - status update
The City of Fremantle is excited to have reopened most of its services and facilities in line with the state government's Covid-19 roadmap. Physical distancing restrictions are still in effect and some facilities may only be open in a limited capacity and/or offer reduced services, subject to health and safety requirements.
Facilities and services not listed on this page are open. Contact the centre directly or view their web page for more information. The following facilities and services are yet to reopen:
- Beach wheelchair - Not available for hire until further notice
- All in person duty appointments - Cancelled until further notice
- Community Information sessions (for significant DA’s) - Cancelled until further notice
- Design Advisory Committee - Cancelled until further notice. Contact the City of Fremantle
Lifelong Learning and library
- Fremantle Toy Library Nature Play - Cancelled until further notice
- FreoPlays – Cancelled until further notice
- Book Clubs – Cancelled until further notice
- Computer classes – Resuming term 4 as Freo Tech Help, more information to follow
- Social groups – Cancelled until further notice
- Come and Try Over 55s – Cancelled until further notice
- All other Over 55s groups - Cancelled until further notice
The Meeting Place
- Language classes and other courses – Cancelled until further notice
Waste and recycling
- Reuse Shop - Closed until further notice
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 during COVID-19
Curtin University has developed a helpful guide for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT): Strategies to Improve Mental Health during the COVID-19 Pandemic.