- Historical walking tour of Fremantle
- Discover the history and renowned architecture of this vibrant city, just across the mouth of the Swan River from Perth
- Hear the pioneering stories that put Fremantle on the map
- Visit the infamous Fremantle Gaol and Roundhouse
- End the tour on the Cappuccino Strip, a great place to enjoy a coffee and a spot of people-watching
- Small-group tour with a maximum of 12 participants ensures a personalized experienced with your guide
Meet your guide at the Fremantle Visitors Centre, and step back in time as you start your walking tour at the Town Hall, which opened in 1887 and has remained largely unchanged. This magnificent building has not lost any of its grandeur and charm over the years and continues to be a great example of 19th-century architecture.
Next, wind your way down the narrow streets, stopping for photo opportunities and a bit of storytelling from your guide on the way to the Fremantle Gaol. This notorious prison – part of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Australian Convict Sites – was built in the 1850s by convict labor and decommissioned as a maximum-security jail in 1991. From death row, to solitary cells to the gallows that hanged 43 men and one woman, you will hear the stories of crime and punishment of some of the worst criminals in the state.
Walk along the Cappuccino Strip, passing the many cafes that offer prime people-watching along Fremantle’s most bustling street.
Your tour ends at the Fremantle Roundhouse, Western Australia's oldest building.
The total distance walking is approximately 2 miles (3 km).