This is the iconic building of Fremantle. It is the earliest prison in Perth. It is probably because of its white exterior wall and round diamond-shaped structure that make this building very unique and worth seeing!
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The round house in Fremantle is the earliest prison here, because the whole building is circular, hence the name. This building is all built with rocks on the seashore. The area is not large. There is a well in it. It can be imagined how small the prisons were held here at that time. There is really no freedom.
The round house in Fremantle is also an old prison, which he built in 1830. The area of the prison is not large, that is, there is a well in the circle, and the cell is built around the circular wall, which makes this prison very boring and small. Compared with the Freemantel prison built at the same time, it is a world of difference.
The circular brick building has many years of history and is also an important place in Australia. The scenery in this area is very simple. The functional area here was a place of imprisonment at the time.
It's a short walk from Ferrimantle Pier, just 7,8 minutes away, and the Round House is a great place to see the sea, as well as his historical significance, and it's stunning to see the green, blue and blue sea for the first time. Go around the roundhouse and go to the back to have a fort, the fort can see the beautiful coastline. The roundhouse visit is not strong charge tickets, but still suggest sponsor a dollar or two as maintenance fee.