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Fremantle Hop-On Hop-Off Tram Tour

  • Fremantle hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour by tram
  • Explore the historic town of Fremantle at your own pace
  • Ticket valid for a full day—hop on and off as many times as you like
Fremantle Hop-On Hop-Off Tram Tour
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Fremantle Hop-On Hop-Off Tram Tour. Ticket valid for one day.
USD 21.74
Tram Tour and Fremantle Prison
Fremantle Tram Tour with a tour of the historic Fremantle Prison
USD 35.51
Tram Tour with Lunch Cruise
Fremantle Tram Tour with Swan River Lunch Cruise. Please be at Victoria Quay at 12:30pm to board the lunch cruise departing at 12:45pm. Cruise returns to Fremantle at 3:45pm
USD 68.84
Explore Fremantle on a hop-on hop-off tram tour that provides convenient transportation around the city and allows you to hop off when you wish to see the attractions that most interest you, such as heritage buildings or the bustling waterfront. When booking, you have two upgrade options to enhance your sightseeing experience—a Swan River lunch cruise or entrance to the historic Fremantle Prison, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
What to Expect
With a hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour by retro tram, you can explore Fremantle—a historical port city just south of Perth, across the Swan River—at your own pace. Enjoy fun and easy transportation around the city, and hop of when you wish to visit the attractions that interest you most, from heritage buildings to the boat harbor to Victoria Quay to the Fremantle Prison. Enjoy the boutique shops and galleries, lively café scene or waterfront restaurants. (See the Itinerary for a list of stops.)

When booking, upgrade to one of two additional options to enhance your Fremantle sightseeing tour with a little more history or riverfront scenery. On a Swan River lunch cruise, enjoy views of Perth from the water while feasting on a buffet lunch of seafood, hot dishes and a glass of wine or beer.

Or, select admission to the Fremantle Prison, part of the Australian Convict Sites UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the prison on either the ‘Doing Time’ or ‘Great Escapes’ tour to learn about Western Australia’s convict history. See what life was like behind bars at the prison, which was in use from the 1850s to 1990s, including prisoner artwork, the chapel and cells. Plus, hear about escape attempts over the years.
Reviews (28)
1 - 5 of 22 reviews
Reviewed 23 July 2018 via mobile
Great tour

I highly recommend this tour great way to see freemantle. Our driver/guide was very friendly and informative. Had a great day

1  Thank Anna M
Reviewed 7 June 2018 via mobile
Forgetful driver

Tour itself was a good way to get around Freeo but the driver reminded everyone else who booked tours through him but us which stop to get off at. As a result we lost valuable time and we were limited because we had to get...More

1  Thank James M
Reviewed 3 June 2018
Hop on hop off Tram

Lovely couple of hours spent on this tram, the driver James was a font of knowledge and was very amusing. A great way to see the port of Freemantle and find out the history.

Thank Kay F
Reviewed 13 May 2018
Rude driver would not recommend

Driver was so rude the best $60 we didn’t spend. we did not have the chance for the tour he was the rudest man we have met in Australia do you self a favour and walk .

1  Thank Archie57
Reviewed 12 May 2018

The Fremantle Tram Tour is definitely worth doing. We started our tour at Oçonnors Landing down where you catch the boats to Rottnest Island. This is a good place to start because of the parking issue in Fremantle which you have to pay for parking...More

Thank Startrekker13
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Ross D
18 July 2018|
Response from lovetrav_9 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Ross, Yes it does. I believe there re two timetables operating throughout the year; one from 1st September through 30th April and 1st of May through 31st August. Hope you enjoy as much as we did. Regards Ken