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Getting around Freo

There is an array of ways to take in all the sights of Fremantle.

FREMANTLE CAT BUS (CENTRAL AREA TRANSPORT)

This FREE service features twenty-seven stops along a continuous route which begins and ends just outside the Fremantle Bus / Train station at the end of High Street.

It runs every ten minutes from 07:30-18:00 weekdays and 10:00-18:00 on weekends and is an easy way to see Fremantle.

This service is accessible to wheelchairs and prams.

WALKING & HIKING

With mostly flat roads, Fremantle is great for getting out and about by foot or pedal-power.  

There are plenty of footpaths as well as the superb coastal bike trail that allows you to cycle from South Beach through central Fremantle to North Fremantle and beyond.

SCOOTER

Cruising around the streets of Fremantle on a scooter is a very popular choice for travellers, particularly in the warmer months. Scoot Freo (on Phillimore Street) has a fleet of one or two seat scooters available for hire.

FREMANTLE TRAM TOURS

A day tour on the Fremantle Tram learning about the area’s history and other fascinating insights is a unique way to see Fremantle.