Monday 23rd April @ 1600 hrs from Port Klang
DEPARTURE Tuesday 24th April @ 0100 hrs for Sydney
VESSEL DETAILS Container ship
Voyages of Discovery – Join The Leeuwin And Set Sail in Shipping News
When tall ships sailed to all parts of the world they had to be sturdy and self-sufficient to survive. Leaving…
10 Great things to do in Fremantle this week in Life, Law & Culture
1. School Holiday Escape Tour The kids Escape! Tour is an exclusive tour at WA’s only World Heritage listed building…
Freo Gig Guide in Gig Guide
The optimal Freo Gig Guide has arrived here on FSN. We have our eyes on the edges, our ears to the ground and our network buzzing to bring you the latest gig news each week.

A ‘Crowning Glory’ – The Mediterranean Shipping Company’s Tower Is Restored

On Friday 13, FSN was invited to the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) Head Office on the corner of Cliff and Phillimore Streets, Fremantle, to watch as the final piece of its redevelopment was added. Following a massive redevelopment over a period of 5-6 years, which included a heritage restoration and a striking modern addition, workers delivered the crowning element as the six metre tall ‘cupola’ was hoisted to sit atop the rooftop dome. Roads were closed and bystanders held their collective breath as the large crane lifted the restored cupola on to the top of the dome. It was fascinating…
Seen on Wray Ave in Seen in Freo
Any day is a good day to spend time on Wray Avenue and especially on a sunny Fremantle Autumn weekend. So FSN were out and about once again capturing everyday moments in this fine port city of ours.
Seen around Art in Seen in Freo
FSN loves that Freo is a community that loves and embraces the arts. Over many months we have attended galleries and exhibitions at lots of different venues - we’ve loved them all. Get out today and visit a gallery, you won’t be disappointed.
Seen at Revealed – WA Aboriginal Art Market in Seen in Freo
Fremantle just keeps on keeping on with fantastic and inspirational events. Fremantle Arts Centre is holding its annual Revealed Exhibition of new and emerging WA Aboriginal Artists with the bonus of the Revealed Art Market, where Aboriginal art centres and independent Aboriginal artists from across the state sell original, affordable works.
Review – Pipe Organ Plus Concert in Life, Law & Culture
The Jarman brothers, at the height of their AFL footballing fame with the Adelaide Crows, were known respectively as 'Hands'…
Australia’s longest standing Street Arts Festival marks 20-years: line-up in Life, Law & Culture
The Fremantle International Street Arts Festival (FISAF), will be returning to the streets of Fremantle this Easter long weekend to…
Homeless numbers will keep rising in Life, Law & Culture
Homelessness is a nationwide issue, including in Fremantle, and recent research suggests one of the causes of an increase especially in the over 65 age group, is a reduction in available public housing.

Free concert double pass

Subscribe here now to win.  One lucky FSN subscriber will win a double pass to the first of four concerts presented by Pipe Organ Plus in its 18th anniversary year at St Pat's Basilica, Fremantle. It's always a great day. THe first concert is on Monday, March 26 and is called EASTER and will see performances by Dominic Perissinotto, on organ, and Lumina, a choral ensemble. The winning subscriber will be drawn and notified on Wednesday 21 March. So GET SUBSCRIBED TODAY! ** If you would like information on tickets to the show that can be found here.
Ship Ahoy! EOS in Shipping News
Said to be valued in excess of US$150 million, EOS is regarded as the world’s largest private sailing yacht.
Uthando Project in full swing in Life, Law & Culture
We have previously reported on the inspiring project of women, from many doll making groups, including Fremantle, in making and delivering dolls to children in Africa. This video brings you up to date with the latest shipment. Watch now!
Grigg Park is a great little park, bounded by Grigg Place, Snook Crescent, Lynch Place and Oldham Street in Hilton.…

‘Eau’ The Story

Water is life. Without water we cannot survive. Wherever men and women live it is a non-negotiable and essential element. The history of human habitation and settlement is a ‘history of water’. In Western Australia the importance of water is reflected in indigenous place names and the location of towns and settlements. Water doesn’t care for the things that separate us but is one of the things we share. The ‘Museum of Water’ Exhibition at the Fremantle Arts Centre is a collection of donated bottles of water that are intended to capture the stories and precious memories that the water…

Log in with your credentials

Forgot your details?