Fremantle 2029 Community Visioning Project kicks of Thursday the 16th

On Thursday the 16th at Victoria Hall the City of Fremantle will launch its ambitious Fremantle 2029 community visioning process and we’d love to have you there.

It will be an opportunity to get beyond the day to day issues and debates and seriously think about the long-term direction of Fremantle and the kind of place we want it to be in the decades ahead.

In 2029 Fremantle will be 200 years old and Perth’s population will have swelled by more than one million people. Fremantle requires a clear long-term vision if it is to be a sustainable, liveable and vibrant place over coming decades. Issues such as water security, density, family friendly futures, diversity of dwellings, and aging in place are all going to loom large.

Fremantle’s challenge is that we can’t choose not to change. Change is happening. Our challenge is to plan for the future before it is too late to plan and the future plans for us. If we know where we want to go then we can put in place the plan and path to take us there. The other option, to paraphrase Alice in Wonderland, is more like: “If you don’t know where you want to go then every path will take you there

The Fremantle 2029 Community Visioning Project is a real and tangible way for you to be involved in shaping Fremantle’s future.

Fremantle 2029 Visioning

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One Response to Fremantle 2029 Community Visioning Project kicks of Thursday the 16th


  1. Just had to 🙂

    Well said! I will be there for sure!

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