Fremantle Transportation

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    Getting around Fremantle: Walk or CAT

    by xuessium Written Dec 27, 2005

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    Fremantle is pretty small to get around. You can walk to most sights. However, if you really feel tired or felt walking is beneath you, fret not. The free Fremantle CAT buses to the rescue.

    The Fremantle Clipper completes a circuit around the city of Fremantle stopping at popular places of interest, offering easy access to major attractions and venues. The service is fully accessible with vehicle kneeling action at the curbside, driver activated ramp and low floor design, with the added comfort of fully air-conditioned vehicles.

    Buses have been coordinated with train arrivals and departures.

    Frequency of the CAT service - every 15 minutes.

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    Take a ride on the Orange Cat around Fremantle

    by 2Cities1Love Written Dec 25, 2005

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    Hop on the Fremantle Central Area Transit Orange Cat.
    A free service from the Fremantle Bus/Train terminus which runs a continuous loop through Fremantle.
    The buses are airconditioned and easily accessible for wheelchairs.
    The Buses run every 10 minutes
    Times:
    Monday to Friday.............7.30am to 6.30pm
    Weekends & Public Holidays.............10.00am to 6.30pm
    ( Except Good Friday,Christmas & Boxing Day )

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    The ticket system

    by keeweechic Written Dec 17, 2004

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    The parking ticket system is mostly around the Fremantle area so look for the ticket boxes. The length of time varies depending on the street/area and there is a maximum in some places of only half an hour. Check before you start putting your coins in. The ticket you receive will show your allotted time for leaving the pace. You need to put this on your dashboard in easy view.

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    Scoot Freo

    by keeweechic Written Dec 14, 2004

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    A different way to get around Freo. You can either hire a scooter or a Scoot Car. Scooter hire time ranges from 90mins, 3 hrs, 5 hrs or a full day. The Scoot Car hire starts at 30mins, 1 hr, 1 ½ hrs, 2, hrs, 3, hrs and 4 hrs. Petrol is provided but you will need a car licence.

    Location: 2 Phillimore Street

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    Tram Tours

    by keeweechic Updated Nov 10, 2003

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    There are tram tours around Fremantle running on the hour with full commentary. Trams West will take you past many of the historic old buildings, a lot were built by convicts. You will also go to the Fremantle Museum and Arts Centre and out around the harbour area.

    There are a variety of tours and they depart from the Town Hall every hour and last roughly around 45 mins.

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    Getting There

    by keeweechic Updated Nov 10, 2003

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    Fremantle is 19km (12 miles) to the southwest of Perth. Trains depart from Perth central station and takes less than an hour to get to Fremantle Station.

    By Bus : Transperth Bus No. 106 bus runs from Queen and Adelaide Street in the city for the Fremantle.

    By Ferry : You can take a ferry from the Barrack Street Jetty in Perth to Fremantle's East Street Jetty.

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    Driving and Getting Around

    by keeweechic Written Nov 10, 2002

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    Driving around Fremantle is fairly easy but there are quite a few one way streets. There is plenty of parking which are either 2 hour free parking buildings, street parking with a meter or sectioned off parking which is by a ticket system whereby you put your coins in for a certain amount of time and receive a ticket which you place on your dashboard. Most things are within walking distance so its best to park your car and just walk.
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    Fremantle Harbour

    by Alphons Updated Aug 20, 2007
    The harbour of Fremantle.

    Fremantle is a very busy port, there are a lot of activities, such as, container transport, a yacht harbour, It is a very nice town, with nice old buildings but with new buildings too.m*

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    View of the harbour from Fremantle

    by Alphons Written Aug 20, 2007

    This is one of the pictures from the harbour of Fremantle. It is the biggest harbour in Western Australia and the harbour is not so far from Perth.

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