The 10 Nights In Port Festival, incorporating Hidden Treasures is in full swing – it opened Thursday 10 and runs all around Freo through Sunday 20 August.
It is not all happening at night, there are also things to do during the day and they are free.
Pop into a shipping container at the base of South Mole at the gravel carpark (1 Fleet Street is the closest address). Inside you can experience gothic-like photographic scenes of Walyalup’s coastline in winter while listening to immersive dark soundscapes via a headset.
The shipping container is a nod to Fremantle’s working port. The photographs in the container are fully exposed to the winter chill, sea spray and sounds of the ocean.
This event is free. Open 10am-4pm.
Take a stroll along Bather’s Beach and submerge yourself in the salty spirit of Walyalup. On the beach, large panels display fabulous underwater photography. This is part of the Packenham Street Artspace exhibition.
This event is free. Open 10am – 4pm.
For full details of events look here.
* STORY by Jean Hudson @jeansodyssey. Jean is our Shipping Correspondent and also a regular feature writer and photographer here on the Shipping News. You may like to follow up her informative Places I Love stories, as well as other feature stories and Freo Today photographs, right here.
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