When FOMO Fremantle was dreamed up back in 2017, there was no Tik Tok, Instagram was still niche; and children under 12 rarely had a mobile phone. Yet, the connection to family time was drifting away.
FOMO Fremantle represents an opportunity for families to come together, once again, with entertainment and food options for all ages. This idea is what informed the eclectic mix of retail that is FOMO Freo.
“Perth is such a wonderful place to bring up a family. But in a city that is perfect for just that, its surprising the lack of great family-friendly amenity and destinations. FOMO aims to bring people of all ages together to eat and be entertained, and hopefully takes their gaze away from their phones – even for just a short while”Matthew McNeilly – Managing Director, Sirona Urban
The cornerstones of FOMO are Fun Lab and Varsity; central connectors providing eats, beats and buzz in open, and family-friendly, spaces. Dedicated to bringing wholesome and interactive group games to everyone, Fun Lab has curated activities which give you a reason to put your phone away and look up.
Surrounded by lights and action, Holey Moley Mini Golf, Strike Bowling and B.Lucky & Sons Arcade Games have come together to reimagine the basement of the striking old MYER building.
Once everyone is all tuckered out, it’s then time for dinner. Food has always been the catalyst for conversation and for sharing, so it is the food hall that brings together the collision of tastes across iconic Indonesian eats, crowd-pleasing burgers, fan favourite Japanese bites and a sushi train and interactive Korean BBQ.
For a full list of all the tasty treats, check out FOMO Fremantle.
Finally, a Town Centre wouldn’t be complete without a supermarket. That’s where a brand new IGA comes in. A hub for CBD office workers and residents, the cleverly planned IGA is stocked full of Friday treats, ready-made meals plus the usual daily necessities.
Variety shows might be a thing of the past, but Friday Family Night is certainly back with a vengeance at FOMO Freo.
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