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Posted in fremantle, heritage, history, tourism, volunteers, western australia by freoview on September 1, 2016

Roundhouse visitors


Volunteering at the Fremantle Roundhouse, and no doubt the rest of the tourism industry, is a very positive experience. We meet very nice people from all over the world and engage one on one with them, so many of our visitors shake our hand when they leave because we give them that very personal attention, and find out what they are interested in and where they are going, so we can give them tips for great cafes, nature, the South West or west coast.

It is a really fun day where we meet a lot of quirky and lovely people from all over the world. Today they came from Lithuania , Persia, Saudie Arabia, South Africa, India, China, Pakistan, Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Japan, Korea, France, etc. and from all over Australia. We had school groups from Kalgoorlie, Coogee and Hillary as well.

The people in the photo were on a corporate team building session, groups turned up as nurses, pirates, ACDC fans, football teams, etc.

Volunteering is very rewarding and very uplifting, so give it a try!

Roel Loopers


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  1. Andrew.L said, on September 1, 2016 at 8:24 pm

    Roel it is a credit to you and the rest of the Round house volunteers that keep this tourist attraction going. You are all the ambassadors of Freo!
    Lets hope the council in conjunction with the State Govt give as much support that is required.
    Keep up the great work.

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