Hillarys Boat Harbour
Hillarys Boat Harbour is a large marina development approximately 40 minutes drive north of Fremantle that is made up of boardwalks, shops, café’s and restaurants. It was built in preparation for Australia's defence of the 1987 America’s Cup at Fremantle, the first major marina in the north metropolitan area.
Travel north from Fremantle along the Sunset Coast through Cottesloe and Scarborough to Hillarys Boat Harbour overlooking the Indian Ocean.
Along the Sorrento Quay boardwalk visitors will find an array of fashion, souvenir and jewellery shops along with restaurants, cafes and speciality shops to satisfy everyone’s interest.
Hillarys is also home to AQWA (The Aquarium of Western Australia) the largest aquarium and underwater glass tunnel in Australia. AQWA showcases the marine life and unique regions of Western Australia's 12,000km coastline.
Visit AQWA website for more details.
The Great Escape also located at Hillarys Boat Harbour, is a leisure park that caters for the whole family. The park offers numerous attractions including waterslides, high ropes, rock climbing and trampolining. Nearby there is a sheltered swimming beach ideal for families.
Visit The Great Escape website for full details.
Entry fees apply to attractions.
Restaurants, attractions, activities, shops, and services catering to fishermen, boaters, beach goers, tourists and local residents.
Alfresco dining and eating out
Bars and nightclubs
Marine Discovery Centre