Fremantle - Convicts, Culture & Street Art

Two Feet and A Heartbeat Walking Tours - Fremantle

Fremantle Urban Adventure/ Convicts & Colonials


A$100 (2 Passengers)


2 hours.

Departure Days:

Valid for 01APR21-31MAR22: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday except 02APR-05APR, 25APR, 26APR, 07JUN, 27SEP, 25DEC-28DEC, 01JAN-03JAN, 26JAN, 07MAR.

Departure Time:


Departure Point:

Fremantle Visitor Information Centre - Kings Square - 8 William St, Fremantle WA 6160


Not available.


Not available.


- No meals included.

Not Included:

- Items of personal nature.
- Tips or gratuities for guides.
- Meals.
- Hotel Pick-up/Drop-off.


On Request


A$100 (2 Passengers)


- 2 hour guided tour.
- Entry to Fremantle Roadhouse

What to Bring:
- Water, comfortable shoes, sunglasses, hat and camera.


Valid for 01APR20-31MAR22:
Discover the factual, anecdotal, and downright fascinating local stories….Fremantle is Perth’s hip and historical cousin, just 25 minutes from the city. The streets are lined with beautiful heritage buildings and filled with boutique shops, cafés and local products. Starting at the Fremantle Town Hall, this walking tour is no boring history lesson, but rather takes a non-traditional route, discovering factual, anecdotal, and downright fascinating local stories, all as you wander Freo’s vibrant cappuccino strip, boat harbours, narrow West End streets and see the landmarks, including the UNESCO World Heritage Fremantle Prison and the Roundhouse. Fremantle, once home to whaling stations and mass immigration, Freo is now a charming town, which is celebrated for its variety of restaurants and multicultural history.You’ll hear of local tales, such as Irish prisoners escaping, comical British bushrangers, and the shameful expulsion of Indigenous peoples to Rottnest Island. The locals here were as hard as nails; salty sea dogs who rubbed shoulders with newly arrived immigrants to create a town full of characters – some of who’s stories you’ll be amazed to hear about from your local guide! Find out why almost 10,000 men were transported from Great Britain and Ireland, how they built their own prison and helped shape the future of Western Australia. There is no better way to explore Freo than with a local guide to share all its fascinating stories and visit the amazing sites, of which there are many, if you hadn’t guessed!

Child Policy:

Valid for 01APR20-31MAR22:
Child: 0-6 years inclusive - free of charge.
Child: 7-12 years inclusive - child rates apply.

Eat Drink Walk Perth
- Children 15 and under not allowed.
- Children 16-18 year olds at adult rates.

Important Information:

Valid for 01APR20-31MAR22:
- Tours run rain or shine - please dress for the weather Hotel pickups are not offered - customers must make their own way to the tour start location

Tour End Point:
- Fremantle Prison, 1 The Terrace, Fremantle 03:00pm.
- Customers must make their own way from the tour end point. No drop offs are available.


On Request