your artwalk freo journey:
27-28 may 2017

Artwalk Freo is approximately 4 km long and should take roughly an hour or so while you enjoy the Freo landscape at a leisurely pace. Why not make a day of it and pack a picnic to take with you and enjoy at one of the parks along the way. As with all creative processes, Artwalk is a continual journey so feel free to start and end as you wish! The home studios will be open on both days from 10am - 4pm. Keep an eye out for signage and directional pavement logos.

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  1. Start your Artwalk at Studio 1, 12 Holland Street and view the work of Michael Knight.
  2. Head down Chalmers Street and stop on the corner to visit Trevor Richards at Studio 2, 275 High Street and Penny Bovell at 26A Chalmers Street. Penny and her guests have extended over the road to 13 Chalmers Street, so be sure to call in there.
  3. Continue along Chalmers Street and turn right to make your way to see Ian de Souza at Studio 4, 14b Blinco Street.
  4. Stroll up Blinco Street until you reach Monument Hill and take in the view of the Port City and nature's pallette.
  5. Walk down to Solomon Street, and right into Fothergill Street.
  6. Next turn left into Bellevue Terrace to visit Studio 5, Annette Seeman and John Teschendorff at 31 Bellevue Terrace.
  7. Continue along the terrace, then turn left into Stevens Street, right into Swanbourne Street and left into Wood Street.
  8. Mosey on down to visit to Jo Darbyshire at 26 Wood Street.
  9. Head back down along Wood Street, turn into Watkins Street and arrive at your final destination: Studio 7, 48 Watkins Street, and visit Eveline Kotai at EHDO.
  10. Congratulations! You've now finished your Artwalk! If you are up for it, turn around and view it from the other way, or catch the 502 to Monument Hill.

how should i go on my Artwalk?


You can cycle or walk the 4km journey and enjoy the season!


From Fremantle station, the 502 will take you to the Monument Hill. Get off at Stop 10878 just before the intersection of Swanbourne Street and High Street. The 502 also travels along Watkins Street to Studio 7. Get off at Stop 10920 from Fremantle and and Stop 10932 on your way back. Alternatively, get off the 502 at Stop 10914 at Stack Street and walk along Wood Street to Studio 6, then it's just a short walk to Studio 7.

The 160 and the 140 travel along Hampton Road where there is a bus stop just before Fothergill Street, which is a short walk to Belleview Terrace.

CAT Stop near corner of Allen and Ord Streets is the closest stop to Monument Hill.

by car

Verge parking is available in Knutsford Street, Chalmers Street, Watkins Street, Monument Hill and around the public parks.

picnic possies

Monument Hill Memorial Reserve Corner High and Swanbourne Streets, opposite Blinco Street

Horrie Long Reserve Corner of Holland Street and Amherst Street

Stevens Reserve Corner of Stevens Street and Swanbourne Street

Booyeembarra Park Corner of Stevens Street and Montreal Street

other points of interest

Fremantle Fibonacci Centre & Cafe 19 Blinco Street

Stackwood Creative Hub Corner of Stack Street & Wood Street

Shedwallah - Ethnic Objectology 6 Stack Street

wheelchair access

All studios except Studio 1 [Michael Knight] and Studio 3 [Penny Bovell] have wheelchair access.


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