Fremantle has around 4,000 off street and on street parking bays throughout the City. Hourly rates apply in most car parks and time limits vary from half an hour to all day parking, check the parking signs in the area for charges and time limits.
Queensgate multistorey carpark is located in the centre of the CBD. Charges are by the hour and you can pay as you leave. Signage within the carpark directs visitors to the Fremantle Visitor Centre in Kings Square.
Fremantle Parking App
The best way to find out where to park in Fremantle is using the Fremantle Parking App (available for iPhones). The app shows the best parking spots, as well as hourly rates, opening hours and photos of each car park location. The car park locator tool will locate the car park with the most bays, the cheapest rates or that is closest to their location. The parking meter function acts as a reminder when the meter will expire.
Directional signage for parking
Large directional signage is located on the outskirts of the City and directs motorists to the major car parking opportunity for each of Fremantle’s major precincts. For the Cappuccino Strip the signage directs motorists to the Collie Street car park, for City Central the car parks are Queensgate and Parry Street, for Fishing Boat Harbour and for Victoria Quay there are many car parks for motorists to use and for the West End, motorists are directed to the car park under the Round House.
An Australian Council For Rehabilitation Of Disabled (ACROD) or Totally and Permanently Incapacitated (TPI) Permit allows free parking in all City of Fremantle car parks and street parking with an extra 30 minutes over the time limit (except time limits shown on dedicated accessible bays).Official disabled parking permits issued worldwide are accepted in Fremantle as long as they are displayed clearly with an expiry date visible. The Fremantle universal access map has details of accessible parking areas in Fremantle.
For further information on parking in Fremantle visit the City of Fremantle website.