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Exploring Fremantle Markets

Once in Fremantle, you will surely want to head over to the Fremantle Markets and grab a bite. This historic market was built in 1897 and house over 150 shops for craftspeople, fashion designers, and merchants in the historic Hall, and fresh food producers, vegetable growers and food retailers in The Yard.

Accommodations near Fremantle Markets

A city break in Perth ranges from high class hotels that line the Swan River to boutique joints in the inner city suburbs. With a variety of attractions, from the white sandy beaches to the rolling hills and vineyards, there is accommodation to fit all themes, tastes and budgets. Recommended accommodation in Perth include the Arundel's Boutique Accommodation, 30 Arundel Accommodation and Adelaide House Apartments Fremantle.

Sightseeing near Fremantle Markets

- Fremantle Prison

Fremantle Prison is the largest and most intact convict built prison in Australia. It was continuously used as a place of incarceration for almost 140 years. The prison was decommissioned as a maximum-security gaol in 1991. Without doubt, the highlight of a visit to the prison is the entertaining tours conducted by experienced tour guides who bring the rich folklore and stories of the prison to life. You can also experience the Prison by night.

- Round House

Continuing with the prison theme, you can also head over to the Round House a few meters away. The Roundhouse is the oldest public building in the State of Western Australia. Opened in January 1831, just 18 months after settlement, it was built to hold any person convicted of a crime in the settlement and was used until 1886. After it ceased being used as a gaol it became a Police Lock-up until the late 1890s and then was used as accommodation for the Water Police, and afterwards as a storage facility for Fremantle Ports.

Transportation near Fremantle Markets

Buses, trains, and ferries are operated by Transperth, the capital city’s public transportation authority. The downtown area is a free transit zone, meaning locals and tourists alike can catch Central Area Transit (CAT) buses without charge. However, prices for bus tickets to other areas, like Fremantle, South Perth, and West Perth, are reasonable. The train is another great way to explore Perth’s metropolitan area. New northern and southern rail routes now make it easier than ever before to travel to all corners of the city.

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