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How to get to Fremantle

By Train 
A good network of train lines get you into and out of Perth city, taking you west to Fremantle, north to Joondalup, east to Midland and south to Armadale and Mandurah.

SmartRider cards are the most convenient way to pay for your travel, but tickets are available at all stations. Both are valid for use on Perth trains, buses and ferry services.

Check out train timetables, maps and information at:

There are taxi services operating 24/7 at both the domestic and international terminals. A ride to Fremantle city centre will take around 30 minutes and costs approximately $65.00. The main taxi services providers are Swan Taxis and Black & White Cabs.

To make a booking call:
Swan Taxis: 13 13 30
Black and White Taxis: 13 10 08

Transperth buses will get you to and around Fremantle, and in metropolitan areas, Perth’s blue, red, green and yellow CAT buses offer free and frequent transport services to many of the city’s highlights.

For bus timetables, maps and more information, visit their website:

Swan River ferry services are a convenient and scenic way to get across the water between Perth’s Barrack Street Jetty and South Perth. You can also cruise down-river from the Barrack Street Jetty to Fremantle, and a high-speed ferry service will take you from Fremantle to Rottnest Island.

For ferry information, or to plan your journey, please visit: