Event Phone: 0481 222 532
- John Wollaston School and Dianella SC ESC
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Fremantle Sailing Club Marine Tce Fremantle activity is held between 10:00am to midday. We will meet on the jetty platform.
In the event of a cancellation, please notify Fishability Perth South Coordinator, Stephen Jones on 0481 222 532 as soon as possible. If the activity is cancelled due to inclement weather, you will be notified the day before the activity.
We are looking forward to hosting our Fishability participants and support workers at an upcoming activity near you. Please note that participants are required to be a minimum of 1.2 metres high and expected to be accompanied by a support worker.
Please bring suitable clothing, coats and hats, for the weather conditions plus a drink and snack if you like. As we are a SunSmart activity, we encourage every participant, support worker and volunteer to adhere to our SunSmart policy. https://fishability.org.au/policies-and-publications/. We will be supplying all fishing equipment with Personal Flotation Devices made available if required.
Fishability volunteers are on hand to assist participants with all fishing needs. We encourage support workers to assist participants with personal needs.
You will receive a SMS reminder 48 hours prior to the activity. Please inform program coordinators if you are no longer able to attend the activity so we can offer the position to somebody else.
Along with our event partners DPIRD, Recfishwest and Act, Belong, Commit we hope you enjoy your fishing experience with Fishability https://www.actbelongcommit.org.au/
Venue: Fremantle Sailing Club
Access exclusive to participants at Fishability Activities
Car, Bus and ACROD parking available in front of FSC building
Pathways and ramps from the parking area to the facility are all graded concrete and wheelchair friendly.
Concrete Jetties with timber foot rails
Male Female and Disabled Toilets in Club Rooms
Whiting, Herring, Skippy, flounder, Herring, Squid and Crabs in season For more information on how to catch these species, click here.