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The Two Cities

Time to discover the attractions of Perth & Fremantle

Time to discover the attractions of Perth & Fremantle


Although both Perth and Fremantle were established in 1829 they are quite different to each other. Perth is WA’s capital city: a bustling business and commercial hub located on the banks of the Swan River with the backdrop of Kings Park and a distinctive high-rise skyline. Fremantle, located at the mouth of the Swan River, is a much smaller city: a fishing and commercial port and a market city where successive waves of settlers have left their imprint in the architecture of the early colonial, Victorian and Edwardian buildings and their cuisine in the many restaurants serving pizza, fresh pasta and gelatos along the “Cappuccino Strip”. So it is time to discover what each city has to offer and then decide which is your favourite.

Departs:  10.00am MON, WED, FRI, SUN      Returns: 3.30pm





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Take photos at Kings Park, Cottesloe and South Perth

Browse the historic markets (Fridays & Sundays)

Discover historic Fremantle attractions and architecture

Enjoy a freshly-brewed cuppa/lunch on the “Cappuccino Strip or fish and chips at the Fishing Boat Harbour (own expense)


Free pick up/drop off from Perth City accommodation

Option to spend more time in Fremantle or South Perth

Tour Itinerary (5.5 Hours)

  • 1

    Welcome Aboard

    Pick ups from Perth City hotels

  • 2

    Perth City Orientation

    Commence orientation of the Perth Central Business District, East Perth & Northbridge – learn about the City’s historic and modern landmarks, shopping locations plus transport and dining options

  • 3

    Kings Park – Photo Stop

    Time to stretch your legs and take in the magnificent City and Swan River views from Kings Park: so close to the City Centre this is an amazing place for outdoor recreation and events, walks and picnics.

  • 4

    Cottesloe Beach – Photo/ Light Refreshment Stop

    Arrive Cottesloe Beach via Perry Lakes and West Coast Hwy. With its one kilometre of pure white sand , this beach is a long-established, local favourite for swimming, snorkeling and surfing. Whatever the season or weather, you will be captivated by the shoreline and the Indian Ocean views. Enjoy a coffee or icecream (own expense)

  • 5

    Fremantle Orientation

    Arrive Fremantle and commence a brief orientation tour including Monument Hill , Fishing Boat Harbour, the historic West End with its distinctive colonial, Victorian and Edwardian buildings and O’Connor’s Landing: named in honour of the talented Irish-born engineer Charles Yelverton O’Connor, designer of the deep-water Fremantle Harbour

  • 6

    Free time in Fremantle

    Time to discover Fremantle on your own : visit the colonial Round House or the Shipwrecks Gallery, browse the Fremantle Markets (Fridays and Sundays) or simply soak up the relaxed atmosphere and delightful architecture of the “Cappuccino Strip” as you enjoy a light lunch or some freshly- brewed coffee and cake or dine on fish and chips at the Fishing Boat Harbour (own expense).

  • 7

    Swan River Drive to South Perth Foreshore

    Return to Perth via a leisurely drive through the leafy riverside suburbs of Mosman Park, Claremont, Dalkeith, Nedlands and Crawley, home of Perth’s oldest university before crossing the Narrows Bridge to the South Perth Foreshore for a view across the Swan River of the City skyline.

  • 8

    Tour concludes in Perth City Centre

    Drop offs at Perth City Hotels

Note: Times given are approximate and may differ due to weather conditions and/or unforeseen delays

By Train/tube

Catch a train to Perth Underground Station, then head North-West down Murray Street.

By bus

Catch a bus heading towards Murray St Raine Square Red Cat 23.

By Taxi/cabs

Ask the driver to take you to the Mantra on Murray Hotel, at 305 Murray Street, Perth

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