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Fremantle is an Australian city located on the West Coast and it's 12 miles from Perth. It was named after Captain Charles Howe Fremantle. Rottnest Express offers a convenient ferry service from Rottness Island to the two terminals in Fremantle: Northport Terminal and BShed Terminal. Below, you can find all the Fremantle ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.
Ferries to and from Fremantle
Rottnest Express offers a convenient ferry service from the port of Fremantle to Rottnest Island on the Australia's West Coast. For this service, the Fremantle terminals are located on the historic city of Fremantle. You can book tickets to and from Fremantle port right here on AFerry.
Rottnest Express Ferries is one of the Australia's favourite passenger ferry. All their ferries will make your journey enjoyable with unforgettable views.
The Fremantle Nothport Terminal is located on Rous Head, North Fremantle and the B-Shed Terminal is located on Victoria Quay, Fremantle.
Fremantle port facilities
Fremantle Port was built in 1829 when the Swan River Colony was founded. There is a maritime museum: the Western Australian Museum, shopping areas, restaurants and cafés.
There are a few parking areas in Victoria Quay and also free parking at Fremantle's South Mole and North Mole.
Getting to Fremantle port
By public transport
Public transport is available from Perth to the Fremantle's train station and bus terminal. Taxi service and the Fremantle CAT buses (free) are also available.
Driving from Perh to the Fremantle's Northport Terminal will take you 35 minutes approximately and if you drive to the Fremantle's B Shed Terminal it will take you around 30 minutes.
Book your ferry to Fremantle from Rottnest Island today simply and securely with AFerry.
Fremantle has a strong maritime history sitting on Western Australia's coastline located at the mouth of the Swan River and is very much seen as a port city with ferry links to Rottnest Island via the two ports in Fremantle (B Shed and North Ferry Terminals). The city is named after Captain Charles Fremantle, the English naval officer who established a camp at the site on 2 May 1829 and has a rich heritage from both the sea and the land. Popular sites include well-preserved 19th century buildings, the 12-sided Round House, Fremantle Prison which is no longer a jail anymore, more of a museum these days and WA Maritime Museum.
Rottnest Express Ferries
Fremantle Ports, North Fremantle WA 6159, Australia