Leisure Activities in Fremantle

All year round, leisure activities in Fremantle provide a wide range of options for every age group. Fremantle is loaded with lavish shopping areas, resorts, restaurants, and spas that ensure that your trip to Fremantle is hassle-free. From a convincing landscape and outdoor to some world-class stay options and facilities, Fremantle packs an incredible amount of diversity in the luxury activities it offers. So be it a family vacation, a friends reunion or a solo trip to feed your wanderlust, these activities in Fremantle are a must try for a leisurely vacation!

Let's explore our list of recreational & leisure places in Fremantle:

  1. Fremantle Esplanade Reserve

    4.3 (3187 Votes)
    Fremantle Esplanade Reserve

    Outdoors, Garden, Park, Walking Area

    A nice way to spend time with family or even just by yourself, the park provides a green oasis in middle of the city. Spend a leisurely afternoon at the park and dine at the exciting options around the Esplanade, your day will feel well spent. Even though essentially the park is a transit point between the fishing harbor and the city, it is worth stopping by to absorb the lush greenery. There i...Read more
  2. Fremantle Market

    4.4 (2419 Votes)
    Fremantle Market

    Walking Area, Flea Market, Market, Street Market

    The Fremantle markets are a collection of the eclectic and the artsy, one can find some of the best souvenirs and local produce here. The atmosphere is bustling with energy and the eyes are treated with colorful, quaint sights. The ambience is lifted with music and joyous faces that come to escape in the glory of these historic markets. Situated in a historic building with beautiful Victorian a...Read more
  3. Fremantle Fishing Harbor

    Waterfront, Walking Area, Food And Drinks, Boating

    The fishing harbor is great for a day out. IT has a variety of things to do like high speed jet rides, charter sailing rides, the maritime museum and many options of restaurants. Located in the heart of Fremantle, the harbor is home to more than 400 boats and is the fun centre of Fremantle, surrounded by many bars and eateries.
  4. South Beach

    5 (1941 Votes)
    South Beach

    Outdoors, Beach, Waterfront, Walking Area

    South Beach has all the makings of a beautiful beach. The waters are crystal clear and blue, the beach has lovely white soft, fine sands and it is not very crowded. The waters invite you to swim and surf in them and the pristine beach beckons you to lay on it for hours. A secret paradise for many, the beach is a perfect break from the busy city life.
  5. Fremantle Arts Center

    4.5 (1665 Votes)
    Fremantle Arts Center

    Art And Culture, Garden, Entertainment, Performance

    The Fremantle Arts Center is a cultural hotspot where a number of exhibitions, hobby activities, concerts and events take place. If you are just in the mood to relax and read a book by a shaded tree, you will love the lush green gardens surrounding the heritage building. The live music concerts on Sunday are hugely popular for their good music and laid back vibe. On your visit to Fremantle, you...Read more
  6. Kings Square

    Walking Area, Square, Neighborhoods

    Kings Square is the cultural epicenter of Fremantle. Host to man interesting events and activities, there are a number of interesting sights surrounding the square. The main attractions at the square include the life-size chess board, Hughie Statue, Tom Edwards Memorial and John Curtin Artwork. Do catch one of the group activities that happens on the square like drum circles or yoga.
  7. Duyfken 1606 Replica


    A brilliant replica of the first European ship to reach Australian shores, the Dufyken is a popular tourist attraction for curious visitors. Learn about the incredible voyages undertaken by the Duyfken, the harsh conditions endured onboard and the simple technology of the time. The guided tours are informative and extensive. You can also choose to sail on the replica by booking in advance, only...Read more
  8. Kings Park

    Park, Botanical Garden

    One of the largest inner city parks in the world, the Kings Park in Perth is blessed with grassy area, native bushland on Mt Eliza and Botanical Gardens, offering exquisite vistas of the Darling Range and Swan River. Home to over eighty bird species, indigenous fungi species, and over 325 native plants, the Kings Park is rich in heritage and culture. The War Memorial commemorates the fallen sol...Read more
  9. Corner Of High Street and Bateman Street, Fremantle WA 6160, Australia
  10. Marine Terrace, Fremantle WA 6160, Australia