The user-friendly tram on this Perth tour visits eight stops: Fishing Boat Harbor, Town Hall, Victoria Quay, Maritime Museum, Rail Station, Fremantle Prison, the Roundhouse and Esplanade Hotel. Your ticket is valid throughout the day, allowing you to come and go from destinations as you please.
Beautiful Fremantle sits at the mouth of the Swan River, serving as Perth's main port. The tram stop at Fishing Boat Harbor provides access to a bevy of alfresco seafood restaurants, the Shipwrecks Galleries Museum, and the original Roundhouse, where convicts were housed in the 1800s.
The following stop is Town Hall. Renowned for its preservation of 19th century buildings, Fremantle's quaint Cappuccino Strip and art galleries can be found here.
Then there's the Victoria Quay stop. Nearby is the Maritime Museum and bountiful E Shed Markets. Thereafter is central Rail Station, where the tram comes to rest a convenient 150 feet away.
Fremantle Prison is another notable highlight on your Perth tour. It is one of eleven World Heritage labeled convict sites in Australia. Much of the building was actually built by the inhabitant prisoners.
Esplanade Hotel stop completes the loop. Here, you can enjoy a tasty meal or a good night's rest at Fremantle's finest hotel.
This is a very scenic journey and it's a convenient way to tour Fremantle. Book this Perth tour today for a fascinating Australia experience at a low price.To view a map of the stops that are included in this tour, please CLICK HERE.