Home

IN PORT
ARRIVAL
Monday 23rd September from Singapore
DEPARTURE Monday 23rd September for Adelaide
VESSEL DETAILS Vehicles Carrier
Paper Bird Spreads Its Wings in Fremantle People
Jennifer Jackson set up Paper Bird in the Moore’s Building at 46 Henry Street, Fremantle - right next to the Moore & Moore Cafe and Contemporary Art Gallery, coming up 4 years ago.
Sheep Ships Shoot Off in Shipping News
The live sheep trade is live again after a hiatus. Freo is the local Australian port of departure. Here are our shots of the Al Messilah and the Brahman Express (partly obscured by the Vacamonte tanker/refueller) livestock carriers in port this morning.
Big Clean Up At Bathers Beach in Life, Law & Culture
The Sea Shepherd people were kindly at it again on Sunday, collecting stuff you wouldn’t believe - or maybe you…

Not One But Four Exhibitions!

FAC has four new exhibitions opening tonight. Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award is back. From 6:30pm tonight, view works from 56 finalist from across the country and hear this year’s winner announced.  And repeat. sees artist Melissa McGrath working intensively in the galleries, collaborating with a group of local print makers through a series of residencies.  Harry Hummerston: Screenprints features 37 prints that showcase the breadth and sophistication of this senior WA artist’s practice. In celebration of City of Fremantle’s Library turning 70, FAC is hosting Lending Library. View works created by community members and local artists using discarded library stock. Plus, FAC has announced Perth’s most popular live…
Seen In the streets in Seen in Freo
Who says nothing ever happens in the quiet streets of Freo? We have water works everywhere!
Seen in and around the port and old Freo today in Seen in Freo
Seen In and around the Port and Old Freo today.
Seen at Freo Port Walk in Seen in Freo
An enjoyable and informative inaugural Fremantle Port Walk took place yesterday, many thanks to Fremantle Ports.
Keeping the city cool isn’t just about tree cover – it calls for a commons-based climate response in Architecture + Urban Design
This story is part of Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 250 news outlets to strengthen coverage…
Yes, latex gloves can be part of a healthy relationship: busting the myths around sexual fetishism in Life, Law & Culture
People with fetishes have a sexual attraction to inanimate, non-living objects or non-genital body parts. Any body part can become…
Here’s what you can eat and avoid to reduce your risk of bowel cancer in Life, Law & Culture
Bowel cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in Australia, and some cases could potentially be avoided. Here's how.

The Hyundai Glovis Vessels

We have all seen the pictures of the Golden Ray, a Hyundai Glovis vehicle carrier, or RO-RO, that has just capsized off the coast of the US State of Georgia. What a sight. You don’t often get to see what’s under the top of a RO-RO! We in Fremantle have seen another Glovis vessel, the Glovis Caravel, in port earlier this year. Here she is, from our January In Port shot, in all her glory, beautifully snapped by our roving photographer, Deanna Shanahan. The Hyundai Glovis company, of South Korea, is a biggie. Hyundai Glovis’ main business…
One skill that doesn’t deteriorate with age in Life, Law & Culture
So, don’t give up on your literary aspirations yet!
Brutalism: how to love a concrete beast in Architecture + Urban Design
Fremantle doesn’t have much, if any truly Brutalist architecture. At least not as this article would define it.
The government has released its draft religious discrimination bill. How will it work? in Life, Law & Culture
Given the unique aspects of the proposed bill, there should be a longer consultation period to examine why religious freedoms should be prioritised over other freedoms.

The Real Hougoumont

We recently posted this article together with an image of a ship we thought was the great Hougoumont - it wasn’t. We are grateful to the good people at fremantlestuff.info for correcting our error. Here’s the real Hougoumont.

Log in with your credentials

Forgot your details?