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Arriving by air
All international and domestic flights arrive at one of four terminals at Perth Airport. For details of public transport, car hire and taxi's visit the Perth Airport website.

Airport shuttle
myAirshuttle offer direct transport to and from central Fremantle to both the domestic and international Perth Airport terminals. They also offer a service to and from Fremantle Cruise Passenger Terminal and the Rottnest ferry terminal at B-Shed. For a timetable and prices click here. To book a transfer, ring the Fremantle Visitor Centre.

Airport transfers
Perth Platinum Tours & Transfers offer chauffeur driven transfers to and from Perth Airport and Fremantle Passenger Terminal. To book a transfer, ring the Fremantle Visitor Centre.

Bus and train
Perth's public transport system, Transperth, brings places of interest within easy reach and visitors can make good use of buses, trains and ferries at low cost.
Fremantle Bus and Train Station is in the centre of Fremantle and the main transport hub for the region. Trains and buses depart regularly north to Perth CBD and south to Rockingham and Mandurah.

Free CAT bus
Two free bus services operate daily around the Fremantle city centre. The blue CAT departs every 10 minutes and the red CAT departs every 15 minutes from Fremantle Train Station. Both services are fully accessible and run seven days a week, including public holidays except Good Friday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Visit Transperth website to plan a journey or phone the Transperth Infoline on 13 62 13.

Regional bus services
Transwa Road Coaches operate a fleet of 22 five star road coaches that connect regional Western Australia. For destinations, timetables and prices visit the Transwa website.
South West Coach Lines connect Perth and the southwest region of Western Australia with services to popular destinations such as Margaret River, Dunsborough, Busselton, Manjimup, Collie, Bunbury and Mandurah. For destinations, timetables and prices visit the South West Coach Lines website.
Fremantle Visitor Centre can book your tickets on either of these services and no booking fee is charged.

Regional train services
There are four train services that operate within regional Western Australia:
• Perth Railway Station to Bunbury
• East Perth Terminal to Kalgoorlie
• Midland Train Station to Northam
• East Perth Terminal to Merredin
Services can be booked through Transwa website or through the Fremantle Visitor Centre.

Interstate train services
Great Southern Rail provide the Indian Pacific rail journey across Australia. For timetables and prices visit their website.

Cycling and bike hire
All major Fremantle attractions and precincts are easily accessible by bicycle. Dedicated bicycle lanes throughout the city and shared cycle paths running north, south and along the Swan River to Perth. For information on cycling rules and safety visit the Department of Transport website.

You can hire a bike free from the Fremantle Visitor Centre for a refundable deposit. Bikes can be used anywhere in the Fremantle area allowing riders to explore the city at their own leisurely pace. Bikes are available for children over 8 years old and adults and electric bikes are available. Arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Free bike hire is available from Monday to Friday 9.30 am–4 pm, Saturday 9.30 am–3 pm and Sunday and public holidays: 10.30 am–3 pm. Spinway Bike Hire have automated stations outside the Esplanade Hotel and Sweetlips Fremantle. Simply insert your card, grab a bike and go. Return your bicycle to the station, 24 hours a day. Port City Cycles has a bike for everyone, road, hybrid, tandem and children. Hire for an hour, a day or a week. Open seven days a week.

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. For information on parking within the city centre visit the City of Fremantle website.

Disabled access
Official disabled parking permits are accepted in Fremantle as long as they are displayed with an expiry date and permit number clearly visible. Permits allow free parking in all City of Fremantle car parks and street parking with twice the signposted time limit (except time limits shown on dedicated accessible bays). For further information on parking in Fremantle visit the City of Fremantle website.

Taxis are regulated by the Department of Transport and can be hailed on the street or ordered by telephone. The main taxi rank locations include Adelaide Street, opposite St John's Church, Collie Street next to Esplanade Hotel Fremantle–by– Rydges and Fremantle Railway Station. There are three taxi services operating in Fremantle:
Swan Taxis 131 330
Black and White Taxis 131 008
Maxi Taxi Perth 0406 553 313
For more information visit the Department of Transport website.