Seen in Freo
Seen at the Port to Pub 20 March 2018
FSN headed to Leighton Beach as the sun was rising, to soak up the wonderful atmosphere of the Port to Pub swim. The excitement was palpable, the organisation of the event, First class. Now off to have some swimming lessons, for the 2019 swim!
Seen at the cafe 13 March 2018
Cafe culture in Fremantle is alive and as strong as your ‘short black’. FSN has been reflecting on how special our cafes are. Have a flick through our gallery, then head out the door!
Seen cycling 6 March 2018
FSN loves the City of Fremantle’s ‘Free wheeling initiative’, in fact our photographers are regularly ‘Seen’ heading to the Port on their bikes.
Seen at the Relay 27 February 2018
FSN attended the fabulous community celebration for the Commonwealth Games Queens Baton Relay. It included a Welcome to Country by Len Collard, music by the Lost Quays, and a chat with some of the baton bearers before the baton arrived (by jet ski!) from Rottnest.
Seen at the Art Centre 20 February 2018
FSN spent another Sunday afternoon under the plane trees in the courtyard of the Fremantle Art Centre being thoroughly entertained this week by Reunion Island's Kiltir.
Seen at Laneway Festival 12 February 2018
FSN had an amazing time at the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival. Gorgeous people in attendance to see a lineup of incredible musicians. It was a live music experience like no other! Here are a few snaps.
Seen at One Day 6 February 2018
A huge crowd turned out to the Esplanade once again for this fun day of cultural celebration… Here are a few more snaps!
Seen at the Peace Boat Welcome 30 January 2018
We at FSN love the port and love that Fremantle is an active port city, so to have the Peace Boat (A Japanese cruiseship which travels the world promoting global friendship and nuclear disarmament) docked at Victoria Quay was an exciting event for us.
Seen at the Feast 23 January 2018
FSN was delighted to attend the ‘Feast of the Wild Goose’ held at the Fremantle Town Hall. A banquet of primal cooking and fine wines. Entertainment by the ‘Rogues’ got everyone up on the dance floor. A wonderful way to end the hugely successful Fenians, Fremantle and Freedom Festival.