What to do when in Fremantle
Want to explore more of Fremantle? The Fremantle Skyview Tourist Wheel is a West Australian tourist attraction that is worth a visit! It was built recently in 2007 and is located just across from the Fremantle Fishing Harbour. In the wheel you are transported 40 metres in an enclosed gondola overlooking a view of some of the most spectacular sights in Fremantle, such as the legendary Fremantle Port. Tickets start at just $12 for an eight-minute ride, and it’s the perfect way to end the day. Click here to find out more about the wheel.
If you are looking for a little more history, you can take another of the many tours offered at the Fremantle Prison. After it’s decommission in November 1991, Fremantle Prison remains as one of the largest surviving convict prisons in the world today. While being one of the most fascinating and significant cultural attractions in Western Australia, Fremantle Prison has gained a reputation for being one of Perth’s most haunted locations with many prisoners dying on the grounds. Their Torchlight Tour will entertain, and maybe scare you with sordid and ghastly stories. It will most definitely be a night you won’t forget. Find out more about Fremantle Prison here.
There is always something to do in Fremantle, click here to find out more!
Why not join us for the optional walking tour of Fremantle held on Sunday 27 October? To find out more click here
Where to eat?
If you’re after a tasty Italian meal, you can’t beat Portorosa in the heart of Fremantle. The lovely staff of Portorosa offer a variety of delicious Italian dishes at a moderate price. Little Creatures, located on Fremantle’s Harbour, specialise in wholesome pub food and some of the best pizza in the state.
If you fancy a bit of seafood with your sea stay, Bathers Beach House is the place to go. Their unbeatable location is right on the beach by the Fremantle Esplanade Park. For your morning coffee fix, take a stroll down one of Fremantle’s quant streets and you’ll find an abundance of chic cafes, Moore & Moore Café and The Attic being the go to spots for some of the best breakfast in town. You can find the location for all these restaurants on tripadvisor.