Central Fremantle Location
There is a free Fremantle City link hop on/hop off bus service. Walk within an easy short distance to the train and bus station, harbour, numerous parks, Notre Dame University. Explore nearby the Fremantle Maritime Museum, Fremantle’s Iconic Fisherman’s Harbour, the two sailing clubs. The Round House prison built by convicts in 1830 on top of the limestone cliffs overlooking the Fisherman’s harbour and ocean, perhaps watch a wedding in progress in the adjacent lawns. Visit the Fremantle Prison built in 1855 by convicts with its maze of underground tunnels, which also accommodates walking & canoe tours at night. A must see experience is the Fremantle Markets built in 1897 and still in operation with over 150 stalls. The Fremantle Arts community has a large foot print in the West End and attracts many visitors.
Be entertained by Fremantle’s Historic West End ambience. Walk the streets of a bygone era where there is a vibrancy that only Fremantle can provide, which includes cafes, buskers, bars and the cappuccino strip offering you a taste of an unforgettable stay.
Allow Fremantle and the Harbourside Apartments to wrap you in an unforgettable experience.
Beautifully appointed appartments
Spacious and stunning one and two bedroom short-stay appartments with modern appliances, free parking and free WIFI.
Located in the historic Westend
Close to the ocean, river, train and bus station, cafés, restaurants, small bars, museums, parks, entertainment and Notre Dame University.
Walk to the Rottnest Ferry
f you are wanting to visit Rottnest Island to see the quokkas and beatiful beaches, then a ferry stop is just a short stroll away.