This guided tram loops beautiful Fremantle, then you'll be connected to your festive boat at Victoria Quay. The boat navigates along picturesque Swan River, reaching Barrack Street Jetty in Perth, where you'll board a double-decker bus to tour Perth and Kings Park.
Renowned for its preservation of 19th century buildings, beautiful Fremantle sits at the mouth of the Swan River, serving as Perth's main port. Your tram departs from Town Hall, passing Cappuccino Strip and a bevy of charming art galleries.
Victoria Quay features the Maritime Museum and bountiful E Shed Markets. Thereafter is the central Rail Station, followed by Fremantle Prison - one of eleven World Heritage labeled convict sites in Australia. Much of the building was built by inhabitant prisoners. Next is Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle's finest hotel.
After reaching the Fishing Boat Harbor, you'll board Captain Cook Cruises for a return trip on the lovely Swan River to Perth. The journey treats you to views of multi-million dollar homes, Old Swan Brewery, and the Royal Perth Yacht Club. The option to purchase a glass of premium wine as you cruise is available.
Once in Perth, a double-decker bus will give you a bird's-eye tour of Perth and King's Park. You'll want to arrange for transportation back to Fremantle, if necessary.
This scenic land and sea adventure is a fun and convenient way to enjoy Fremantle, the Swan River and Perth. Book this Perth tour now for an incredible Australia shore excursion at a low price.
Please Note: This tour ends in Perth, to explore or shop at your leisure after the tour. The tour does not include drop-off at the pier. Taxis are available from Perth to the cruise pier (not included, approximately $50 AUD). There is a train from Perth to Fremantle (not included), which takes around 30 minutes. The cruise terminal is about a 10 minute walk from the train station. A taxi from the station (not included) should cost approximately $7 AUD. As guests can stay at each stop as long as they wish, it is the responsibility of the guest to make sure they return to their ship in time for sailing. Guests who do not plan accordingly will not be entitled to compensation.