Archive for month: April, 2017

Mrs Samsons of Fremantle – book now for Heritage Week
This Heritage Week make sure to see the historic Fanny's Cottage/Samson Family Museum in Cliff Street. The museum will be open to the public on two mornings in May to present “Mrs Samsons of Fremantle".
Seen on Anzac Day
'Not forgotten nor forsaken, are the lads no longer here, I shall call and you will waken, On this one day of the year' From 'Landing in the Dawn' John Sandes 1916. FSN was honoured to take photos on ANZAC day.
Seen on the Ocean Warrior
There were free ship tours aboard the 'Sea Shepherd' vessel the Ocean Warrior on Sunday the 23rd. The Warrior has just returned from ‘Operation Nemesis’, the Antarctic Whaling defence campaign. FSN was on board to take some snaps.
Interview with Ronelle Brossard
Ronelle Brossard is a household name to many in and around Fremantle, you can hear her wonderful story as told to FSN.
FREMANTLE – FLOWS, CONTAINERS, TERRAINE VAGUE
Sasha Ivanovic, prominent Fremantle architect, addresses the FLOWS, CONTAINERS, AND TERRAINE VAGUE of Fremantle in this wonderfully personal account of what makes Fremantle such a wondrous place and space for him.
Seen at the Street Arts Festival
Over the Easter long weekend, Freo’s streets are alive with some of the World’s best street theatre artists. There were also rascally pirates galore on the Duyfken! FSN was in the middle of the action, to take a few snaps.
Seen Fishing
Many fisher folk were out trawling the harbour and Port environs for their catch. FSN was there to ‘snap’ their haul.
Seen Cruising
The cruise Ship Pacific Eden arrived in Fremantle early on Sunday from Adelaide. Passengers spent the day in Freo before departing for Indonesia late in the afternoon. FSN was there to wish them a bon voyage!
The UN of Football
If you love the world game, call by Bruce Lee Oval on South Street, Beaconsfield on a Saturday afternoon to see the most wonderful assortment of talent on show, from all around the world. Neil Rose, one of the players, explains what happens and how it has come about.
Did Indigenous warriors influence the development of Australian rules football?
There are aspects of Australian rules football that never fail to puzzle the uninitiated.

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