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ROCK FALL AT ARTHUR'S HEAD

The ‘shaving’ of the limestone cliff face at Fremantle’s Arthur’s Head is finished but it appears it has not been done properly as yesterday at lunchtime a 30 centimetre rock and other smaller ones fell down onto the bush path near the dual bike/walk way. 87 more words

Western Australia

HAVE A FREO WHALE OF A TIME!

The Fremantle Whalers Tunnel below the historic Roundhouse has reopened and so has the dual pedestrian/bicycle path.

The protective walkway on the beach side is not a pretty sight but a necessity to protect people from potential rock fall. 25 more words

Western Australia

FREO WHALERS TUNNEL REOPENS THIS WEEK

The historic Fremantle Whalers Tunnel below the Roundhouse will reopen late this week. Work on the Arthur’s Head limestone cliff face will be done on Thursday and the foot/cycle path will open later that day. 27 more words

Western Australia

PUTTING YOUR LIFE ON THE FREO LINE

We should never underestimate the stupidity of our fellow human beings, as this photo I took this morning at 10am shows.

This group of young tourists literally put their life on the line by walking on the railway track, because the footpath at Arthur Head is closed due to rockfall danger. 29 more words

Western Australia

CHOKE ON YOUR EASTER EGGS YOU FOOL!

The idiocy and irresponsible behaviour of some people is very annoying! This was the picture at 4pm this Easter Monday at the foot/bike path underneath Arthur’s Head that has been closed off by the City of Fremantle because of the danger of rockfall. 71 more words

Western Australia

FREMANTLE FOOLS IGNORE PATH CLOSURE

Planet Earth is a fools’ paradise and Fremantle is not exempt from that as some people are just too stupid for their own good.

Some idiots have pushed aside the fencing that stops people from walking or cycling below the Arthur Head cliff face at the Roundhouse, and I photographed these two fellows at midday today. 35 more words

Western Australia

ROUND HOUSE GUIDES 20TH ANNIVERSARY

The Fremantle Volunteer Heritage Guides, who look after WA’s oldest remaining public building the Roundhouse, are celebrating their 20th anniversary.

It is a remarkable effort and great service to the tourism industry that around forty mainly senior volunteers open the Roundhouse to the public every day of the year, rain or shine, and fire the cannon each day at 1pm. 188 more words

Western Australia