Parkrun organise free, weekly, 5km timed runs around the world. They are open to everyone, free, and are safe and easy to take part in.
These events take place in pleasant parkland surroundings and we encourage people of every ability to take part; from walkers or those taking their first steps in running to Olympians; from juniors to those with more experience; parkrun welcome you all.
South Beach Parkrun
- Every Saturday at 8am
- South Beach Recreation Reserve.
To join in parkrun simply visit the Parkrun website and complete a once off registration, print out your barcode and turn up on Saturday morning, it is that easy!
Wanjoo Wanderers Walking Group
The Wanjoo Wanderers Walking Group is an over 55’s social group that come together to socialise, grab a coffee whilst completing some low impact exercise. This initiative promotes elders’ physical and mental wellbeing that is free of cost.
- Low impact exercise focusing on ‘wandering’ and observing your surroundings.
- 9:30am to 11am every Wednesday
- Meeting at Wanjoo Lounge, Walyalup Civic Centre, 151 High Street, Fremantle WA 6160
FREE | No booking required.
Your Move Fremantle
We run the Your Move program with the Department of Transport. Your Move promotes walking, cycling, scooting and public transport to get around Fremantle. The program offers support and advice to help you find other ways to get to and from school, your workplace and around your local area.
You can get involved by walking, riding and using public transport whenever possible. It is a great way to increase physical activity, reduce environmental impact and connect with others.
We have a number of local Your Move schools committed to increasing active transport among their students. If you would like to find out more about the Your Move program, visit the Your Move website for ideas, resources and tools to get you and your family moving.
Your Move maps
Together with the Department of Transport, we have developed a map to make active transport easier to access in the City of Fremantle. One side of the map focuses on public transport and the other side of the guide is for walking and cycling. Please note that bus and cycle routes may have changed since the initial publication of the maps.
With the use of this well-constructed map, community members can discover possible routes of travel through bus services, bikes, trains, scooters, paths and trails. The map also includes the locations of various skate parks, playgrounds, bridges, education facilities, hospitals etc. Your move encourages community members to explore the city, make sustainable travel choices and use the accessible community services that the City of Fremantle offer.
Please find the current Your Move Fremantle map here.