Delve into Fremantle's convict and colonial past during this lively walking tour. Wander through streets lined with beautiful heritage buildings, funky bars, cafes and boutique stores and hear about fascinating local stories. Visit Fremantle Prison and the Roundhouse and wind down for lunch.
There’s no better way to get to know a place than on foot, and for those interested in the history of an area, this historic walking tour of Fremantle is the perfect fit. Get outside, get active, and discover the convict and colonial past of the dynamic Western Australia port city of Fremantle.
Your four-hour guided walking tour will take you on a non-traditional route through Fremantle, weaving factual, anecdotal and local stories together to give you an idea of the historic tapestry of the area. Venture through the streets of trendy bars, cafes, and boutiques, and appreciate the beautifully preserved heritage buildings like UNESCO World Heritage Fremantle Prison and the Roundhouse.
As you go, your guide will fill you in on plenty of historic and local tales, from British bushrangers, to escaped Irish prisoners and the shameful removal of Australia’s Indigenous people to Rottnest Island. The stories can continue after your walking tour as you wind down at a local venue for a delicious lunch, so you’ll get a thoroughly authentic experience of Fremantle.