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Fremantle Arts Centre works to create an environment which brings people together in the active exploration of cultural ideas. With over 150,000 visitors a year, FAC is one of WA’s most dynamic multi-arts organisations, offering a rich cultural...more
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Fremantle Arts Centre 1 Finnerty St | Fremantle, Fremantle, Western Australia 6160, Australia
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We visited the centre and were met by a friendly and extremely knowledgeable adviser who gave all the information we needed. The Roundhouse, Fremantle Markets and a trip to Rottnest Island were highly recommended.
This building is an example of colonial gothic architecture built by convict labour. The construction commenced in 1861 and opened in 1865. Over the years the building had many uses, from its original purpose as a psychiatric hospital and an “Old Women’s Home”. During WW2...More
A tour of this Iconic building is a must when in Fremantle. The free Fremantle Bus runs past this building every 15 to 20 minutes. It has a great cafe for you to have breakfast or lunch daily and gift shop. Great bands perform there...More
Went there this morning. Receptionist never lifted her head from computer to say all galleries were closed as they were preparing for new exhibition. Sign outside stated Arts Centre open.
Visitors from Scotland not impressed with their reception at this venue.
A large group of us (20) visited the art centre to watch stereophonics and we were absolutely DISGUSTED to see the que to the ONLY bar was over an hour long. Just ONE bar. 4 staff. Disgusting for a venue holding so many people to...More
Wandered into the Arts Centre without really having intended a visit and have to say I don’t know why I didn’t have it on my “things to do” list already! The building and grounds are lovely, very quiet and relaxing, and the galleries themselves are...More