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KIDOGO ARTHOUSE EST 1998 is set in the most pictorial location in Fremantle Bathers Beach. Please come to our website for upto date news and see whats on offer.KIDOGO ART INSTITUTE and ARTHOUSE is a Registered Training Organization. Students can...more
Bathers Beach, Fremantle, Western Australia 6160, Australia
This most incredible old limestone building, built in the 1880’s as both a kerosine store and explosive store, separated by a thick limestone wall is now used as a community Arthouse and exhibition centre. The dividing wall now has a walk hole in it allowing...More
My daughter, who moved to Australia after college, decided to get married to her fiancé in Fremantle, and chose a location next to the ocean. She did not want to get married on the beach, but she wanted to have pictures on the beach! She...More
This gallery room had a small display of modern art by Australians. There was no particular theme to the gallery, none of the paintings were titled nor had prices attached and, when we visited, the gallery seemed to be unstaffed. Nevertheless, some of the paintings...More
You never know what you'll find in and around this interesting little gallery. And if you're lucky the Kelp Bar will be open too with live music (we enjoyed blue grass on Friday) - and delicious street food.
Take a walk on the whimsical side...More
Had drinks here on Saturday night with friends after visiting Sculptures at Bathers- another must see/do at the moment. Such a beautiful evening and atmosphere right on the beach, Drinks are very reasonably priced.
You get a feeling of old Fremantle in the Art Centre. Items for sale still on display even though the centre was temporarily a wedding venue. Some of the items left on display were very nice, but also quite pricey. Would be interesting to go...More
Kidogo art house is set on Bathers Beach, right by the water and next to the Shipwreck Galleries and many bars and restaurants.
It always sports great art and exhibitions, and on some sunny weekends the rear bar is also open, giving rise to a...More