Fremental Fremantle, a port town 19 km southwest of Perth, has a much longer history and a stronger British style than Perth. If it is a weekend, there is a market to go shopping. In fact, Fremental is a place worth spending more time. 1829, Captain Fremantle of the United Kingdom led the Challenger to land at the Swan Estuary. Soon, the town at the landing site was named Fremantle and gradually built into the port town of Perth. It is the estuary of the Swan River into the Indian Ocean and the west gate of Australia. It has been Perth's most important port for more than 100 years and is also a famous tourist attraction. Eat a famous Fish "n" Chips here, it's really good, very sweet, and there are so many seaside restaurants, people want to stay at home and eat it all over haha. Life is leisurely and there are many attractions, such as Fremental Prison, which is the oldest and oldest prison in Western Australia. In 1850-1860, the British government took British prisoners here, paving roads and bridges in Western Australia, building port terminals and other public facilities. Until the closure in 1991, it was the most heavily guarded prison in Australia. But now, its already people go to the building and become a tourist attraction. We sell tickets for the "Jail Journey", which takes about an hour or two.