Fremantle is 19 kilometers southwest of Perth. Founded in 1892, Fremantle is the outlet of Swan River. It is also the satellite city and important port of Perth. It is also a historic city. It is now a famous tourist attraction of Perth. The population is 30,000. The port has huge docks and mechanized wheat loading equipment. There are petroleum refining, flour, fertilizer, automobile assembly, leather and other industries. It is also an important fishing port. Beach baths are famous.
Freemantle is the largest town near Perth. There are many famous scenic spots around this rich and historic town. The buildings in small towns are full of historical flavor. Most of them have a history of more than 100 years. It is absolutely worth taking a good turn.
Like this 19th century architecture style, art town! The oldest public building in Western Australia - quot; Round House - quot; in this town! Port Freeman 20 kilometers south of downtown Perth, 45 minutes by boat from here to Lotterney Island Look at the cute Australian Short-tailed Short-tailed Kangaroo!
Perth is very convenient to go to Fremantle, either by light rail or by ferry. About 40 minutes after the light rail transit, you will see different colors of bus line signs when you leave the station. It seems that three of them are free. Convenient public transport will take you to any block here, where the sea is beautiful, the sea is white sand, and there are not many tourists. On weekends, there is a Sunday market. It's comfortable to find a restaurant or bar for a rest.
It's very convenient to go to Fremantle by train. There are few people on the train. It rained today, but not on weekends. The town seemed a little cold. With the light rain, I began my hiking. After getting off the bus, the full English wind was quite distinctive.