Fremantle Rowing Club
Fremantle Rowing Club is one of Perth's oldest rowing clubs being established in 1886, nestled on the southern shore of the beautiful Swan River, just upstream from Fremantle Harbour.
Fremantle Rowing Club is a growing, enthusiastic and competitive rowing club. We have a mix of junior, senior through to master category members. Athletes compete at all levels of expertise from novice through to State and Australian representation.
We would like to thank PlusLife (Perth Bone & Tissue Bank) for their generous donation towards our 2016 Raffle. PlusLife is a not-for-profit organisation and is recognised as one of Australia's premier tissue banks.
PlusLife collects, screens, stores, and distributes donated human bone and tissue grafts (transplantable material) for use in surgical procedures. Donated bone and tissue is used to treat patients suffering with conditions such as spinal deformities, arthritic joint disease, bone cancers, sports injuries and those needing facial and dental reconstruction surgery.
For more information www.pluslife.org.au
Please talk to your family about organ and tissue donation and for those over 16, you can register your wishes at www.donorregister.gov.au
Hall For Hire
Hall for hire
Fremantle Rowing Club (Inc.)
Expression of Interest for casual hirer or licensed tenant
Fremantle Rowing Club clubrooms
The Fremantle Rowing Club clubrooms are now available for casual hirer or licensed tenant (no lease will be offered).
Description of facility
The clubrooms are immediately adjacent to the Fremantle Rowing Club Boatshed at 75 Riverside Road East Fremantle.
They have views of the river and adjacent park and are located on land that is owned in fee simple by the Fremantle Rowing Club.
The hall area is 228m2 and can accommodate 200 people seated. It includes a kitchen and small storeroom.
Toilets and showers are shared with the adjacent rowing boatshed.
It is the Club’s intention to improve the facilities by renovating the toilets and showers over the next 12 to 18 months.
The room availability is during the day and most evenings.
Terms if License
The proposed term of the license is negotiable, but is suggested to be1 year with an optional 1 year extension by negotiation.
State Champions 2016
Some of the 2016 State Champions from Fremantle Rowing Club
Caitlin MacPhail - Womens B Single Scull
Declan Thornton (Bow) and Peter Holliday (Stroke) - Mens B Grade Double Scull