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Around 30 minutes from Perth city you’ll find yourself in the historical and electric town of Fremantle. Renowned for its alternative and lively culture, Fremantle is a town loved by both the locals and travellers. Located along the coast you’ll be minutes away from stunning beaches, beach-side restaurants and pubs. Not to mention all the trendy and quirky cafes nestled into the streets of the town centre.
In terms of accommodation, hostels in Fremantle offer affordable rooms with an exceptional emphasis on Aussie culture, welcoming every type of traveller. Fremantle is home to a modern conversion of a 19th-century prison - the only hostel in WA on a world heritage site. No matter what type of holiday you’re after, we’re sure that your stay at a hostel in Fremantle will be a memorable and exciting experience.
Hostels in Fremantle are all rather central to the town centre. Most hostels you’ll find are within walking distance to Fremantle’s main attractions, close to the Fremantle Markets, Esplanade Park, all with tons of restaurants around for the foodies out there. No matter what Fremantle hostel you choose, we’re sure you’ll have an amazing time getting to know the Aussie culture and exploring the quirks of the town.
Fremantle backpackers will fall in-love with the town’s authentic and unique vibes buzzing through the streets, from street performers to the famous Fremantle Markets. With an array of food and drink, you’ll never be short of options. While you’re in town, if you’re a beer or cider lover, you need to stop by and pay Little Creatures a visit. Trust me, you won’t regret it. For those who like all things creepy, why not hop on a ghost tour at the Fremantle Prison. You might want to explore out further than Fremantle and check out free things to do in Perth.
Due to Fremantle’s size, exploring the town by foot is probably your best (and cheapest – score!) option, to getting to know the town and its unique alleyways. Fremantle Station is your quickest public transport link to Perth city. Alternately, you can catch the CAT bus to get around the town.