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Carnivale comes to Slip Street

Carnivale comes to Slip Street at Victoria Quay for an evening of music, food and dance to celebrate the end of Summer. At this FREE event for ALL ages enjoy face painting, stilt walkers, light dancers, bubble making and much more.

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We're opening up our new laneway to make room for a Carnivale atmosphere, food trucks, Gage Roads pop up, loads of entertainment including live band, DJ, stilt walkers, Brazilian dancers, FREE face painting ....and that's just the start!

At this FREE event for ALL ages and abilities, you can enjoy...

Practice your best dance moves with live demonstrations of Brazilian dancing...

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Music DJ Jam and by Tropicalia, a four-piece live band specialising in Latin music. They play a wide selection of Caribbean rhythms perfect for dancers of all ages. The most popular genres among their followers are Afro-Cuban Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia, Reggaeton and Vallenato.

Tropicalia will take the stage - watch their video above



Australia II 40 Years On

Re-live Australia II's historic victory of the 1983 America's Cup. WA Maritime Museum is the official home of the Australia II yacht with the Museum being purpose built to house this Western Australian icon.

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Future of Fremantle image

The Department of Planning Lands and Heritage's long-term vision for the future transformation of the Fremantle / Walyalup Inner Harbour port precinct is a step closer with the release of an emerging vision and three scenarios for public comment.

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rottnest island

Victoria Quay is your gateway to beautiful Rottnest Island (Wadjemup) with boarding available with our two ferry operators who operate ticketing and boarding facilities on site.

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WA Maritime Museum

Looking for something to do these school holidays? The WA Maritime Museum is a world-class museum at the western end of Victoria Quay. Exhibits include the famous Australia II sailing yacht (complete with world's first - for its time - winged keel) and the jacket worn by then PM Bob Hawke on the day of the celebration of winning the Americas Cup in 1983 (40 years ago this year). Enjoy interactive technological displays, a gift shop and cafe, all air conditioned, perfect for these warm days. Something for all ages and abilities.

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