Finding activities and events:
The Fre-Oh! Magazine is delivered quarterly to all City of Fremantle residents or is available from the Fremantle Library. The magazine has a What's On section as well as other interesting articles relating to Fremantle.
What’s On gives you all the details of the City’s community activities and events and is regularly updated. The events and/or activities may be free or low cost and activities can run for several weeks to allow all participants a chance to fully enjoy the experience.
The Meeting Place is a community centre, which provides a range of unique courses, workshops, events, and talks reflecting Fremantle's diverse community. The centre supports lifelong learning, helps people share and develop their skills and connect with other community members.
Fremantle Leisure Centre provides various group fitness classes for the Over 55s community including EzyMoves, AquaROM, ZumbaGold, and Pilates 55+. View the class schedule.
Fremantle Men’s Community Shed is a local community shed initiative that evolved from an idea that men in Fremantle could benefit from having a "tooled-up" shed facility to work on projects, either their own or community ones. The Men's Shed is staffed by volunteers and supported by the City of Fremantle.
Forget-Me-Not Memory Cafe
The Forget-me-not Memory Cafe is a supportive social outing for people living with dementia, their carer's and the wider community. It's a safe and supportive, casual and friendly environment in which to chat to others over a coffee or morning tea.
When: Every third Friday of every month, 10 am–12 noon
Where: Fremantle Hospital, Ladies Auxiliary café, Block B, Level 5, Alma Street
Cost: Free, but refreshments at own expense.