Seen in Freo

Seen at the launch of Plastic Free July
FSN was invited to the launch of ‘Plastic Free July’ at the B shed. A great group of people that are calling on all of us to #ChooseToRefuse single use plastics. Here are a few photos from the morning.
Seen at the Heritage Festival
FSN attended the ‘Fish and Chops’ retro woodchopping competition at Princess May Park. We watched in awe as the State’s best axe men from the ‘Progressive axemen’s association of W.A.’ battled it out. It was fabulous.
Seen around town
FSN was once again out and about in our fabulous Freo capturing just some of the activities people enjoy in this active port city from music to ship spotting to walking the dog even making films and beyond.
Seen in Penang
Recently FSN visited the Malayasian Island of Penang. A most vibrant and friendly city. A truely multicultural experience with the…
Seen at the Art Auction for the Homeless
SN attended the fabulous, annual ‘Help the Homeless Art Auction’ presented by Soroptomist International of Fremantle. The Auction is a fantastic way to support critical services for the homeless.
Seen at May Day
May Day or International Workers Day is celebrated every year around the world. In WA (Freo) the annual May Day Festival is organised and supported by Unions WA .
Seen on Wray Ave
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
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
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.

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