Seen in Freo
Seen at the BeerFest 14 November 2017
FSN headed to the Fremantle Craft Beer and Food festival at the Esplanade on Sunday. A show case of award winning craft beers, ciders and spirits and fabulous food.
Seen at Maritime Day 7 November 2017
FSN headed down to their favourite part of Freo to enjoy the annual Maritime Day. All sorts of great activities, events, tours and information. It was fabulous fun. Thanks Fremantle Port Authority!
Seen Looking for Whales 31 October 2017
FSN attended the opening of ‘Looking for whales’, an exhibition of photography by Wade and Robyn Hughes at Kidogo Arthouse. Incredible B&W images of Fin, Sperm and Humpback whales taken in the Azores and Vava’u Tonga.
Seen at Ride2Work Day 24 October 2017
FSN jumped on their bikes and headed to Pioneer park to celebrate the Ride2Work Day on the 18th. A wonderful free breakfast and the the chance to chat with other cyclists about the benefits of cycling was a great way to start the day.
Seen at the Fremantle Folk Festival 17 October 2017
FSN were generously invited to the 2nd ever Fremantle Folk Festival at Clancy's Fish Pub. Surrounded by such historic architecture the vibe was family friendly with great music and tasty food. Put it in your diary for next October. A great Fremantle day!
Seen at Kidogo 17 October 2017
FSN was invited to a fabulous gathering at Kidogo. We were entertained by Guy Davis, Lucky Oceans and others. Rather a nice way to spend a weekend afternoon.
Seen with the President of Ireland 10 October 2017
FSN was honoured to meet and photograph the President of Ireland, Michael D Higgins on his State visit to Australia. His visit highlights the deep and expanding long-standing bi-lateral ties that Ireland has with Australia.
Seen with the Fairies! 2 October 2017
FSN attended the magical Enchanted Children’s High Tea at the Esplanade. Fairies, superheroes, princesses having a ball in the Fairy Den listening to stories and dancing the afternoon away.
Seen at Sardine Wharf and Victoria Quay 30 September 2017
FSN was down at Sardine Wharf watching the Duyfken being prepared for her trip to South of Perth Yacht Club for twilight sailing season.