School holiday accommodation Fremantle WA


Kids enjoying school holidays

Australian national and holiday dates and school terms are listed below because we know that it’s handy to have them at your fingertips when you’re planning your accommodation.

 
If you’re planning a get away to Western Australia and haven’t booked your accommodation already, now would be a good time – October will be with us before we know it!
 
As an alternative to a hotel or caravan park, a short stay holiday house, villa or apartment might be an option to consider if you have small children (or fussy spouses) because they offer the option of more space and additional facilities. They often also come in at more cost-effective than hotel accommodation and are usually more family friendly.
 
Wherever you end up at the end of term, do check with your local council to see what activities they have planned for the holidays. You’ll find that mostly these events are free and it’s as easy as a google search to find out under which jurisdiction your holiday property falls.

There are board games, toys, DVDs, videos and books in our properties to augment the entertainment Perth and Fremantle has to offer.

Located within five minutes walking distance to Fremantle’s cappuccino strip, the locations of Hampton House and the Artists’ Residence are ideal with local attractions a plenty! 

Fishing Boat Harbour, the Maritime Museum, the Fremantle Arts Centre, the historic Fremantle Prison, the famous Fremantle Markets … the list of local places to visit will almost certainly ensure you won’t waste a minute of your holiday!

We too can enjoy the holidays!

 Give us a call on 0433 064982 to enquire about 2011 holiday accommodation or flick an email to siggy@tftau.com for a prompt response. If we’re not able to assist you with one of our properties, we can steer you in the direction of others who can.

 HOLIDAYS
SEPTEMBER 2011:
Australian National Flag Day – Saturday, September 3 (not a Public Holiday)
OCTOBER 2011:
Queen’s Birthday (WA) – Monday, October 3
Labour Day (NSW, ACT & SA) – Monday, October 3
NOVEMBER 2011:
Melbourne Cup Day (Melbourne Metropolitan Area only)
– Tuesday November 1
DECEMBER 2011:
Christmas Day – Sunday, December 25
(Public holiday for Christmas Day will be observed on Monday, December 26)
Boxing Day – Tuesday, December 27
(New Year’s Day 2012 – Sunday, January 1)

SCHOOL TERMS – 2011:

Australian Capital Territory:Day 1 of Term 1 – Staff only
Day 2 of Term 1 – New students
Day 3 of Term 1 – Classes commence (Feb 7)1st Term: Feb 4 – Apr 15
2nd Term: May 2 – Jul 8
3rd Term: Jul 25 – Sep 30
4th Term: Oct 17 – Dec 21
(resumes Feb 3, 2012)

New South Wales:

(First day of Term 1, 2 and 3, and last two days of Term 4 are School Development days, staff only)

1st Term: Jan 28 – Apr 8
2nd Term: Apr 26 – Jul 1
3rd Term: Jul 18 – Sep 23
4th Term: Oct 10 – Dec 20
(resumes Jan 27, 2012)

Northern Territory:

1st Term: Jan 24 – Apr 1 (Students resume Jan 25)
2nd Term: Apr 11 – Jun 24
3rd Term: Jul 25 – Sep 30 (Students resume Jul 26)
4th Term: Oct 10 – Dec 16
(resumes Jan 30, 2012

)Queensland:
1st Term: Jan 24 – Apr 15
2nd Term: Apr 26 – Jun 24
3rd Term: Jul 11 – Sep 16
4th Term: Oct 3 – Dec 9
(resumes Jan 23, 2012)

South Australia:
1st Term: Jan 31 – Apr 15
2nd Term: May 2 – Jul 8
3rd Term: Jul 25 – Sep 30
4th Term: Oct 17 – Dec 16
(resumes Jan 30, 2012)

Tasmania:
Kindergarten to Grade 10:
North and North West:

 1st Term: Feb 15 – Apr 21
South: 1st Term: Feb 16 – Apr 21
2nd Term: Jun 20 – Sep 2
3rd Term: Sep 19 – Dec 21
(resumes – Feb 14/15, 2012)

Years 11/12:Claremont:

1st Term: Feb 11/12 – May 28
Launceston:

1st Term: Feb 9/10 – May 28
Rosny:

1st Term: Feb 11 – May 28
2nd Term: Jun 12 – Sep 3
3rd Term: Sep 20 – Date to be advised
Victoria:For Students:
1st Term: Feb 1 – Apr 8
2nd Term: Apr 27 – Jul 1
3rd Term: Jul 18 – Sep 23
4th Term: Oct 10 – Dec 22
(resumes Feb 1, 2012)

Western Australia:For Students:
1st Term: Feb 2 – Apr 21
2nd Term: May 9 – Jul 8
3rd Term: Jul 25 – Sep 30
4th Term: Oct 17 – Dec 15
(resumes Feb 1, 2012)

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