Party inside some of Fremantle’s most authentic and interesting workers clubs, bars and galleries as they fling their doors open to the public every Thursday evening in July.

Please note, some venues have limited capacity – first in best dressed.

Buffalo Club

54 High Street, Fremantle

With its cosy club feel and nicely priced drinks, the Buffalo Club is one of Fremantle’s best kept secrets…but not for long. Rock out to awesome sets every Thursday during the series.

National Hotel

98 High Street, Fremantle

Serving the punters of Fremantle since 1886, the National Hotel celebrates old school folk and rock in the ambient upstairs space of this beautifully restored heritage building.

Navy Club

64 High Street, Fremantle

The historic Navy Club has played host to a bevy of classic Fremantle bands since its establishment in 1947 and this year’s Hidden Treasures is no exception. Get into the groove on the second floor of the Navy Club every Thursday in July.

Wyola Club

81 High Street, Fremantle

The secret venue for Hidden Treasures this year is the Wyola Club at 81 High Street Fremantle.

The Wyola Club first opened over 100 years ago, named after one of the earliest ships in Fremantle, and is one of those Fremantle buildings where locals walk past every day and wonder, what happens in that building?

The crew from Beerfarm in Metricup will be commandeering the building, and in the name of good-times bringing their delicious craft beers, drinks and with the help of ‘Eat No Evil’, food to the Wyola Club during Hidden Treasures.

The Wyola Club at 81 High Street is a natural inclusion as a Hidden Treasures venue, a unique space on the Hidden Treasures venue route.

PS Art Space

22 Pakenham Street, Fremantle

PSAS is a project space for the experience of contemporary art based in a lovingly restored West End heritage building. Come past for a dance each Thursday during Hidden Treasures as World Music reigns supreme.

The Tram

Enjoy a winter’s ride to the North Mole lighthouse and other picturesque Freo locations on the historic Fremantle tram, listening to some of WA’s finest acoustic musicians. Find the tram on High Street and jump aboard for glorious tunes.

Departs on the hour from outside the Buffalo Club.

Spaces are limited and on a first come, first serve basis.