The coastal town Fremantle the southern suburbs of western australia's capital Perth is about 20 kilometers from Perth and has a resident population of about 26000 people. Locals like to call it the Freo, at the swan river (Swan River) inlet of the indian ocean. It is australia's western gateway. It has been Perth's most important port and birthplace for more than 100 years.
Today's Fremantle have become part of the metropolitan Perth (Greater Perth), and although close to the Perth, the ancient and quiet town is at least a light-year away from the busy urban forest. Fremantle still retains its 19th-century look, with huge docks and mechanized wheat-loading equipment. It is also a gathering place for artists. There are many art shops, art shops, independent designer clothing shops and bookstores on the narrow streets. There are many restaurants, bars and coffee shops on the High St and Market St of the two main streets of the town.
- The fastest and most convenient way is to take the train ,Fremantle line to the terminal, go south about 1.5 kilometers is, or from the train station take the No .530 bus to Cockburn Central Station direction to take a stop to get off;
- A 107 or 102 bus from downtown is also available Fremantle, but for a longer;
- Like PerthCBD, Fremantle have two free bus lines called Fremantle cat buses (Fremantle Cat Bus) that connect the town's main attractions, known as "red cat Red Cat" and" blue cat ", which run seven days a week. Click here for details.