Fremantle

Vibrant Fremantle combines the past and the modern, creating a rich cultural experience. You can explore the history of navigation, prisoners and colonialism in one of the best-preserved 19th-century harbor streetscapes in the world, while the bustling markets, lively bars and casual street cafes allow you to fully experience the 21st century and the locals Human life.

As the neighboring port city of Perth, Fremantle (affectionately known as Freo) is only 30 minutes by car or train from Perth. Alternatively, you can take a ferry from Barrack Street and take a leisurely cruise along the Swan River.

If you are keen on cultural heritage, be sure to visit the Western Australian Maritime Museum, the World Heritage listed Fremantle prison and the oldest public building in Western Australia, the “round house”.

You can sip coffee on Cappuccino Street or sip a cool beer in a traditional bar while savoring the classic colonial architecture. If you go to Fremantle Markets (Fremantle Markets) to explore the risks, you can experience the exotic fragrance, color and sound of this bustling city for more than 100 years.

The rebuilt Fishing Boat Harbour on the Fremantle coast has been in operation since the early 20th century. It is the best place to taste fresh local seafood. Only today, you can accompany locally brewed beer or high-quality Western Australian wine to savor the food.

For shopaholics, the choices are rich and varied, from high street fashion to local designers, household goods to antiques and various galleries, including aboriginal art. After sunset, you will see street cafes, bars and clubs speeding up and creating a noisy night scene.

If you choose Fremantle as your base, you will find many budget backpacker accommodations, as well as boutique bed and breakfasts, self-catering cottages, holiday cottages, apartments and hotels to choose from.

Freo is a small town proud of its authenticity, ease of use and creativity. Arrange your itinerary with any famous cultural festival and experience the most beautiful Fremantle in the most beautiful season.

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