Sculpture at Bathers is back for 2017 at the beautiful Bathers Beach Fremantle. The artworks extend along the length of Bathers Beach, starting at the wooden jetty, around and inside the Kidogo Art House and just up past The Roundhouse. Some of the pieces are lit up at night you can enjoy Sculpture at Bathers Fremantle in the evening also. Sculpture at Bathers runs from February 25th to March 12th, 2017
While you are checking out Sculpture at Bathers you might also like to visit The Roundhouse, which is found at the northern end of Bathers Beach. Entry is by donation, it’s open daily 10.30-3.30pm and the cannon is fired daily at 1pm. You may even get to pull the trigger. Find more information about The Roundhouse at www.fremantleroundhouse.com.au .
The Bathers Beach House is also located right on Bathers Beach. This is a great place to enjoy a drink or something to eat overlooking the beach. The sun lounge area on the beach is licensed so you can enjoy your drinks and food right on the beach. Find out more about Bathers Beach House at www.bathersbeachhouse.com.au .
There is paid parking along Mews Road and around Esplanade Park, or you may like to catch the train, it’s just a 10 minute walk to Bathers Beach. Enjoy Sculpture at Bathers on Fremantle’s Bathers Beach, Saturday February 25th – Sunday March 12th. Find out more about the Sculpture at Bathers event at www.sculptureatbathers.com .
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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Lauren, 23rd February 2017
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