Perth welcomes thousands of cruise passengers at Fremantle every year from small ships to world-class liners.
You can view a cruise ship entering or leaving the harbour from the western end of Victoria Quay (for example, near the B Shed Ferry Terminal, on the wharf side of A and B Sheds or near the Maritime Museum) or from the South and North moles. Non-passengers are not permitted inside the terminal during large ship visits due the large number of people disembarking/embarking.
View the Current Cruising Schedule or for passenger information, including security and baggage, visit fremantleports.com.au or call the Cruise Line on +61 8 9430 3335. Or vVisit www.dreamlines.com.aufor a list of cruises leaving, departing and visiting Perth this year. See below visitor information for passengers embarking or disembarking from Fremantle. Find out more about travelling to and around Perth.
Once you have disembarked, it is just a short walk into the heart of Fremantle. Fremantle's attractions are within easy strolling distance, you can ride for free aboard Central Area Transit (CAT) buses or join a guided tour.
About Perth City
It's a quick trip to Perth City from Fremantle, by land, rail and water. The 25-minute train ride will take you right into the heart of the city or a leisurely cruise up the Swan River takes around 90 minutes and brings you to Barrack St Jetty. If you hire a car, the city is a quick 25-minute drive from Fremantle on the Kwinana Freeway.
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