Fremantle Cruise Passenger Terminal on Victoria Quay
Cruise ships dock at either the Fremantle Passenger Terminal or D Berth on Victoria Quay in the bustling commercial port area. Both piers are located within close distance of the city centre and railway station, as well as the Fremantle Maritime Museum and the Rottnest Ferry Terminals. There are numerous hotels in close vicinity to Victoria Quay.
The Fremantle passenger terminal offers free wi-fi when ships are in port, as well as a cafe and bar.
Address: Peter Hughes Drive, Victoria Quay, Fremantle WA 6160, Australia
1 Cliff Street FREMANTLE, Western Australia 6160
Tel: +61 8 9430 3555
Fax: +61 8 9336 1391
A major cruise line departing from the port is Royal Caribbean International.
Staying in Fremantle or Perth
Why not reserve budget, medium or high range hotel accommodation in Fremantle which is also renowned for its relaxed bars and a great opportunity to meet the friendly locals. Weekends are especially popular here so if you want a slice of the action, make arrangements to book a cheap hotel to join in the fun.
For anyone wishing to use the services of the port maybe to go on a cruise vacation, then staying in Fremantle is the best option due to its close proximity to the terminal building.
What’s more, it will only take around twenty minutes by train, bus or taxi to travel into the fascinating city of Perth.
The cheapest way to see what the city has to offer is to buy a SmartRider card which is valid for all buses and trains within certain zones. This will give you the chance to see King’s Park, the Zoo, the Army Museum and the city’s acclaimed Art Gallery.
During your time in Perth for something a little different, why not take the kids to Adventure World or have a night out at His Majesty’s Theatre?
On your trip to Down Under how about taking a sightseeing tour of the John Forrest National Park, the Munday Regional Park, Heirisson Island or spend the day on Floreat Beach?
Take a short cruise ride to Penguin Island in a glass bottomed boat where you might see sea lions, fish, crabs and limestone reefs.
After a day of adventure, it’s reassuring to know you can return to comfortable, cheap hotels only minutes away from the cruise port and terminal.
Naturally, when searching for a hotel, an apartment, studio, B&B or hostel you will want to stay within your budget. The best way to do this is to plan ahead by searching online to find the latest accommodation deals and special offers.
Fremantle’s town centre is a relaxing place to wander around, grab a snack or have a coffee.
Check out the Maritime Museum to get an idea of how thing’s used to be in days gone by and Victoria Quay which is a modern building that has a range of interesting galleries.
Weekends are market days in town where you can spend a few hours shopping at local stalls that sell a wide variety of fruit, vegetables, cheeses, jewellery, ceramics and antiques, great for souvenirs.
Book a cost-effective hotel in the area soon.