Have you been wondering what on earth is happening along the south bank of the Derbarl Yerrigan?
Have some Year 12 Leavers escaped early and started to paint the town orange – and blue and yellow and …?
(Oops, shouldn’t have suggested that!)
Have a look at these snaps captured by Jean Hudson and you’ll see what we mean.
Well, it’s all in anticipation and part of the 2021 fabulous Fremantle Biennale ‘Bilya Bidi Crossings’which will be launched on Friday night, 5 November and captivate us all through to 21 November.
The river path will be part of the festivities and is set to become perhaps WA‘s longest artwork ever – a 500 metre walkable painted pathway tracing the shoreline of the ancient river and connecting the Old Freo Traffic Bridge in the City of Fremantle and Stirling bridge in the Town of East Fremantle.
Freo, way to go!
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