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Fremantle

The historic port City of Fremantle is located at the mouth of the Swan River in Western Australia and is part of Perth metropolitan area. Established in 1829 as a port for the fledgling Swan River colony, Fremantle has 150 buildings classified by the National Trust and is regarded as the best preserved 19th Century seaport in the world.
The beautiful city of Fremantle offers an amazing array of attractions and activities to make your stay here unique and a remarkable experience.

Attractions

Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour

Fremantle Fishing Boat HarbourFremantle's fishing boat harbor is a thriving community of restaurants and cafes. Stroll the spacious boardwalk and soak up the freo vibe. A great place to be hungry, sit perched above the water in a stylish restaurant or tuck in to famous fish and chips from one of the many Fremantle fish cafes. More...

Fremantle - Cruise on the River

Swan River CruisesCruise from Fremantle to Perth City or continue upstream to the magnificent Swan Valley wine region. More...

Fremantle Markets

Fremantle MarketsThese markets were established in 1897 and now house over 150 stalls ranging from bohemian beads to imported cheese. Pick up your salad vegetables and fresh crab, or watch the street performers outside, this is the spirit of Fremantle. More...

Fremantle Prison

Fremantle PrisonStep inside and do time in the exceptional heritage listed convict building. Fremantle Prison offers a unique perspective to convict history and is the most intact convict site in all of Australia. The Fremantle Prison also hosts a well established art gallery and café to ensure you don't leave the gates too soon. More...

Fremantle Arts Centre

Fremantle Arts CentreOriginally built as a lunatic asylum this historic building now operates as a multi arts organization and has been going strong for thirty six years. The arts centre exhibits cutting edge art, and hosts music events that range from a string quartet on a moonlit night to a high energy band like The Waifs that can get the whole crowd off the picnic blankets and dancing. During the summer months the Arts Centre provides free concerts on the lawn every Sunday afternoon. A glorious way to spend an afternoon. More...

Fremantle Maritime Museum

Fremantle Maritime MuseumPerched on the Indian Ocean, this architectural feat hosts several unique galleries that explore WA's relationship with the sea. The Museum is home to several unique vessels, from the American Cup winning Australia 2 to hand crafted sailing boats. More...

Fremantle Shipwreck Galleries

Fremantle Shipwreck GalleriesThis was the original Maritime Museum and is a little gem displaying hundreds of relics and historical artifacts from as early as 1616. More...

The Fremantle Round House and Whalers Tunnel

The Round House and Whalers TunnelThe Roundhouse is just one of the many extraordinary historic sites in Fremantle. The 12 sided Roundhouse was built in 1831 as a goal for law breakers. Today it sits at the base of High street proudly overlooking Bathers Beach. Stroll around the historic limestone sites and then cool off with a dip in the Indian Ocean. The local sweet Lip fish and chip café on Bathers Beach is famous with locals. More...

Fremantle Beaches

Fremantle BeachesThe Indian Ocean wraps around Fremantle like a diamond necklace. Choose one of the many beaches to suit your needs. South Beach to stroll through the native fauna on the boardwalk or take in the view at the fabulous fig jam café. Bathers beach for a quiet swim or to take in the sunset. Families with small children may choose Port Beach for the safety of small waves and the snorkeling. Leighton beach for joggers and kite surfers and River Beach for a picnic and a stroll. More...

Rottnest Island

Rottnest IslandNo trip to Perth is complete without a visit to the pristine and beautiful Rottnest Island. Just 19 km from the coast of Fremantle, Rottnest is to Perth what Central Park is to New York. Spend a day or two cycling around the island and soaking up the indigenous flora and fauna, stopping to swim in one of the many beaches and bays that are amongst the finest in the world. Snorkel, stroll and soak it all up. More...

Little Creatures

Little CreaturesThough there are a plethora of places to drink and eat in the stunning port town, Little Creatures somehow inhabits everything that is special about Fremantle. Located on the Indian Ocean and bustling with locals and tourists alike who come for the hand crafted beer and seafood tapas. Little creatures thrives in the sun and pulses with hungry thirsty folk and never seem to get enough of the place. More...

Fremantle Scoot or Kayak

Sea KayakingFremantle is easily explored on foot or by car, but those seeking a more adventurous way to get around may consider hiring scooters from Scoot Freo (visit their website) or a Kayak from Capricorn Kayak tours to truly appreciate the great body of water that is the Swan River (visit their website).

Fremantle Public Golf Course

Fremantle Public Golf CourseGolfers will love a swing at the Fremantle public golf course. A course with glimpses of the Indian Ocean. More...

Fremantle Leisure Centre

Fremantle Leisure CentreA great spot for serious swimmers or families that want to take advantage of the pools and picnic spaces. The gymnasium provides a crèche, state of the art equipment and classes that range form pilates to martial arts based cardio. More...

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