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Fremantle Arts Centre is an amazing family friendly destination. Housed in one of Fremantle’s most stunning buildings, the enclosed leafy grounds are a favourite meeting place for mother’s groups, coffee dates and relaxed picnics.

With an on-site café, contemporary art galleries and a dedicated kids’ corner open year-round, there’s always something to see and do.

Each school holidays Fremantle Arts Centre runs kids’ art courses in a wide range of artforms. With streams for younger kids (5–8yrs), older kids (9–12yrs) and teens, kids learn age-appropriate skills in the fun, hands-on workshops. There are classes in animation, painting, mosaics, felting, sculpture, fashion, textiles, pottery, drawing, printmaking, photography and much more.

Explore the kids classes at Fremantle Arts Centre by clicking the button below.

For music loving families, Fremantle Arts Centre presents Sunday Music, their free weekly concert series. Running 2–4pm every Sunday from the start of October until the end of March, the relaxed concerts are a staple of summer in Fremantle and fun for all ages.

Fremantle Arts Centre is also home to the shop FOUND which stocks an exclusive range of WA-designed fashion, homewares, jewellery, toys, books, art, stationery, books and gifts. If you can’t make it in-store, you can also shop their beautiful range online at shop.fac.org.au

FOUND at Fremantle Arts Centre

If you’re in need of a little ‘me-time’, be sure to check out Fremantle Arts Centre’s huge range of art courses for adults and their world class exhibitions. Subscribe to their newsletter at fac.org.au to keep in the loop about what’s on.

Fremantle Arts Centre
1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle WA
Open 10am – 5pm, 7 days
Free entry


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