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Tours & Experiences

29 September 2021

Fremantle is yours to explore. It’s a colourful tapestry of colonial, convict and indigenous history, heritage buildings, street art, little laneways, local characters, culinary delights, natural landscapes, outdoor activities and picturesque islands. 

Bursting at the seams with things to see and do, the best way to explore Fremantle is with a guide or self-guided tour

Walking tours provide the perfect tempo for getting a feel for Fremantle. Explore the history of the West End on a guided tour, be entertained with legendary yarns from Fremantle’s convict past, or delight your tastebuds at Fremantle’s best eateries with a foodie tour on foot.

For something a little bit different, embark on an Escape Hunt outdoor treasure hunt experience through the city.

Sitting pretty between the ocean and the river, marine activities abound in Fremantle. Get your camera ready and book a whale watching tour to get up-close to the majestic Humpback and Southern Right whales as they make their annual migration along the Indian Ocean. Or catch a prize snapper or dhufish on a deep-sea day-long fishing charter. 

Drop in for a chat with our friendly staff at the Fremantle Visitor Centre for maps and more information.



Fremantle's hospitality scene is experiencing a revolution. Enrol in gin school, learn the craft of boutique beer or wind your way through a seaside town and immerse yourself in the wonders of delicious dining and drinking on one of Fremantle's eat and drink tours.
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There is something about Fremantle that intrigues and makes people feel right at home. Remarkable history, unbelievable tales of miraculous escapes, stories of ghosts and haunted buildings, the connection to the sea, adventures and adversity provide a rich source of inspiration for local tour operators. History tours shine a light on some of the rich stories of Fremantle. Book a heritage tour today.
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Fremantle's location on the edge of the Indian Ocean and at the mouth of the Swan River (Derbal Yerrigan) means the connection to water is strong. Marine and water based activities abound in the seaside city.
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Perfect for day trippers or an extended stay, a Rottnest Island (Wadjemup) tour is ideal for those who want to cut to the chase and see the best of what this unique destination has to offer.
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There's no better tempo than walking or cycling pace to get a feel for a place. The tours on offer in Fremantle are a testament to how many different experiences – from European heritage to contemporary gourmet to indigenous history – can be indulged when out and about on foot or two wheels.
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