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Funky Fremantle Street Art walks and Gypsy update talks


Hola dear amigas and amigos and acquaintances and anonymous readers,


as our trip up the Western Australian coast, from Perth to Kalbarri, and Kalbarri to Shark Bay so far, has been rather eventful, I thought it might be wise to take some time out in creative artist-magnet-haven Fremantle this week. Here, you´ll be able to take in some cool Street Art and soak up the atmosphere of a fantastic Australian coastal town and one of my favorite places on the planet.

To join me in fun and vivacious Fremantle – no need to RSVP, just head to this virtual meet-up-place, ahem post.



Relax, stretch your legs, and enjoy a nice Freo-brewed coffee or a yummy smoothie with me, before we head back on the road in our next post (in one or two weeks) to finish our adventurous journey through the Australian Wild Wild West in an incredible up north paradise. Which includes immersing yourself in shark-inhabited waters, exploring pristine beaches, and having several pretty out there once-in-a-lifetime experiences…


Gypsy News: “How to feel at home while traveling” is born


Also, I wanted to let you lovely people know that I have just finished my first travel-related e-book! It´s called “How to feel at home while traveling”. It´s a practical little thing compiling lots of my handy and personally tried-out tips and tricks to make traveling more comfortable and relaxing – and it´s currently completely free/ on the Gypsy-house🙂


As you guys might know, I´ve been been a quite avid traveler and, to be honest, I did travel in pretty intense and partly frantic ways in the past. You could say Speedy Gonzalez was my idol as I wanted to visit every country in the world and be like everywhere at once. Truth be told, that approach to traveling resulted in lots of fantastic experiences, but also a few pretty intense ones, and it was certainly not the most relaxing way to enjoy my deeply embedded love for travel and foreign cultures. So, I tried and tested new ways of traveling and practices and tools to feel more relaxed and at ease while on the road – that´s how “How to feel at home while traveling” came to life!


Do you wanna feel empowered while traveling? Do you long to feel more relaxed while out and about? Do you want to cultivate a sensual approach to your travel experiences? Then this book will help.


To access your very own copy, just head to this page to download your ebook. I would love to hear your feedback on it or any further wishes/ ideas/ thoughts you might have on the content, as I am planning on creating a more in-depth package centered around empowering oneself to feel relaxed and at ease while out and about in the near future. Thank you so much for your interest and support! It´s so much appreciated🙂


That´s all for today- I´ll see you in Freo, as Fremantle is dubbed by the locals! Until next time,

Your Gypsy mate


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Discover Street Art and cozy cafes in funky Fremantle

Fremantle – when a name basically contains the word free, it must be pointing to something good. Free as in freedom, not free stuff, I am not that cheap mate. Anyways, Fremantle holds a very special place in my heart, as I had the pleasure to call this harbor town located 30 minutes from Perth city center my home for several years.

Fremantle, that´s mind-blowingly beautiful beaches where dolphins stop by to play, stunning colonial-era architecture, an array of unique cafes and gourmet restaurants and a soul that´s as tied to multiculturalism as it is to art. There are many exciting focal points for art-lovers and creative mavericks in this town. One of it is undoubtedly the cutting-edge street art that can be found all over Freo, as the locals like to dub their home.  

To get a good feel for the distinct vibe of hip and hippie-haven Freo, a combination of viewing street art and hanging out in some of the town´s coolest cafes might just do the trick. One of my favorite go-to-places when living in the neighborhood was undoubtedly a little cafe called Duck Duck Bruce that exudes an undeniably Mediterranean vibe thanks to its whitewashed walls, its turquoise doors, and its many lush green plants.

Start your inspiring day out in Freo by indulging in a healthy brekky aka breakfast on the patio while reveling in some people-watching. Freo bursts with street performers, alternative healers, world citizens and the like, so you are almost guaranteed to watch an interesting crowd do their thing while munching on a meal such as “It´s not easy being green“, a mix of smashed avocado, minted peas, and more goodies.

Next up, head to Essex Lane and check out the cool urban art piece on the rear exterior of The Monk brewery and kitchen, created by local artist Straker. Continue on to the car park opposite the legendary Fremantle Markets, which are well worth a stop in themselves. A giant 25-meter Numbat mural painted by Belgian artist ROA is sure to grab your attention here. Linger for a while before strolling on, witnessing the vibrant vibe around the so-called Cappuccino strip on South Terrace, before heading to another one of my absolute favorite cafes in the whole world.

The Moore´s and Moore´s cafe, which is also a restaurant and, best of all, a quirky art gallery is a place I´ve spent many a blissful hour chatting away with friends or marveling at cool works of art, so check it out and have a drink or a bite to eat here.

Finally, stretch your legs again and head to two more places with outstanding street art: The car park close to Bathers Beach, just next to the Park and the gorgeous Norfolk Pine trees, as well as Cantonment Street opposite Clancy´s Fish Pub, which showcases several cutting-edge murals.

Finish your exploration at the out-of-the-ordinary cafe and restaurant Ootong & Lincoln in South Fremantle, a hip joint with unusual decoration (think: bikes around the ceiling) and healthy homemade dishes as well as yummy smoothies and organic tea blends.

Back to you, dear reader: Do you enjoy Street art? Any favorite spots or pieces you could share with us? As always, would love to hear from you!



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