The Bannister Suites Fremantle

22 Bannister Street, Fremantle, 6300, Australia
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Perth or Fremantle

by Vicki-Maree

We will be first time visitors to WA in mid January and have only just booked flights. We thought we would stay 2 nights in Perth before picking up a car and exploring. However, I am starting to think it would be better to stay in Fremantle rather than Perth but there doesn't appear to be a great deal of accommodation available or if it is, it is $200 plus a night. Does anybody have any suggestions, there are only the 2 of us and we would like to be close to the water.

Re: Perth or Fremantle

by earthflyer

Fremantle defiantly by the water but if you want a beach to stay at I went to Cotsloe. Perth city was a city but a quite one.

Re: Perth or Fremantle

by pgthompson


On my visit, I preferred Fremantle, I stayed 3 nights there and 3 nights in Perth.

I found that all accommodation was on the expensive side! The Norfolk pub in Freemantle was OK apart from having to share bathroom with other guests.

Re: Perth or Fremantle

by albaaust

Try the Esplanade in Fremantle which is very close to everything and they do have a 2 night special. Fremantle is not really where you want to stay if you want to swim although you might consider staying near Port Beach which is the main swimming area in Fremantle. If it is swimming that you want to do then Cottesloe is right next to the ocean and there is a variety of accomodation..go to my Cottesloe page. If you want a beach which has more of a "surfing"feel to it try Scarborough Beach and the Rendezvous Hotel.

Re: Perth or Fremantle

by swissfondue

I also considered staying in Fremantle but found the accommodation option very limited and very expensive with the Esplanade Hotel being at the higher end of the price scale (and somewhat over rated for that price in my opinion).

As you only have two nights in Perth I would stay in the city centre. Its an easy drive to Fremantle if you want to spend one of the days there. Perth is quite compact but has a friendly vibe so I think you will enjoy it.

If you are planning to do the South West touring route in your car there will be many places where you can stay by the water. Albany, Margaret River and Bunker Bay are particularly nice coastal towns.

Re: Perth or Fremantle

by stedeb

I would stay in the city Fremantle is only a train ride(30 mins)or take the ferry to Freo a nice way to go, you dont need a car to commute between the 2. Check out Seasons of Perth about $AU200 a night with b/fast we have stayed here often centrally located and we have always been quite happy with the standard of room & b/fast. Also check out Regal self contained apartments in East Perth havent stayed here but heard good reports you can access on the FREE CAT bus (there are 3 free CATS buses in the city)there are 2 supermarkets in the city you can pick up b/fast to prepare in the kitchen check them both out on Australia Perth CBD.Regal also have free parking for 1 vehicle which is a bonus in any city (paid parking at Seasons).

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a nice city called freo

by ukirsari

addressing fremantle with 'freo' as locals did is something reflecting the charm of the city. especially the old quarter from freo's train station to direction high street and kings square. it's beautiful. an architectural delights for my eyes and my camera. wander around old freo in one fine day with dearly vt member willy_wonka. she's proudly show me her beautiful city!

and of course, speaking about freo i will never forgot to mention about shipwreck museum and the old buildings from high street, kings square to essex street.

What time is it there

by 2Cities1Love

Time Zones:
Western Australia is on Western Standard Time...( WST )
Which is 8 hours ahead of GMT
WA is 1 1/2 hours behind South Australia and the Northern Territory and 2 hours behind all other states.
From October to mid March,time differences to Victoria,New South Wales,ACT,Tasmania and South Australia increase by 1 hour because of daylight savings,which does not opreate in Western Australia. I wish Fremantle had daylight Savings.

Festival of Flowers

by keeweechic

The festival of flowers is held at St John’s in Kings Square every year in November. The whole church is decorated in various themes with the flowers. A lot of effort is taken by the artists and the displays are magnificent. Usually the festival opens on a Friday evening and runs through to Tuesday afternoon. On the first night there is a concert with an admission charge otherwise visiting the church for the rest of the days is free.

Location : St John of the Evangelist, Kings Square, Fremantle

Fremantle Heritage Festival

by keeweechic

The Fremantle Heritage Festival is held from the end of May to the first week in June where the city celebrates its rich past and showcases some of their wonderfully restored buildings. Fremantle has taken great pains to restore the grandeur of many of these and it all adds to the atmosphere of this port town. There is live music, events and activities as well as awards.

Fremantle Oval

by keeweechic

Football in Fremantle has been represented back as far as 1885 when 4 clubs contested the premiership. The old Victoria Grandstand style was very popular at the turn of the century with its iron lacework and towers. This one was opened by Sir John Forrest in 1897.


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Address: 22 Bannister Street, Fremantle, 6300, Australia