Footpath works near Fremantle Traffic bridge
In preparation for the Fremantle Biennale public art festival, sections of the footpath near the Fremantle Traffic Bridge are being repaired from the week starting Monday 11 October. Works are expected to be completed by the end of the week.
Approximate locations of the works are marked in red on the aerial photograph:
The footpaths will be decorated with artworks once repaired.
Thanks for your patience and understanding.
About Fremantle Biennale
Running from 5–21 November 2021, the Fremantle Biennale is a biennial festival showcasing site-responsive contemporary art from established and emerging artists.
The renowned festival that brought you the yellow optical illusion artwork in the West End and cascading waves of blue light projected across the Esplanade is back with another incredible, largely-free program that celebrates Freo’s cultural, social and historical distinctiveness.
This year’s Fremantle Biennale—CROSSING 21—will invite audiences to the shores of the Swan River, with a focus of activity taking place between the two iconic Fremantle bridges.
For the first time, the festival will also see its headline work Moombaki presented in neighbouring councils Melville and Cockburn.
We spoke to three different artists participating in this year’s Fremantle Biennale about their artworks and what audiences can look forward to.