After meeting your guide at the Wellignton Street Tourist Coach Stand, you'll travel along the Swan River towards Fremantle. Along the way your guide will point out some of Perth's most expensive real estate.
In Fremantle, the first location to visit is Fremantle Prison, the only World Heritage listed building in Western Australia and one of the state's maintourist attractions.
It was built in 1850 for convicts, using convict labor. Materials used for the construction of the building included limestone extractedfrom local quarry sites.Next stop is the Fremantle Markets. Housed in a Victorian building, the market that first opened in 1902. You'll have time to browse through the markets -- there are over 150 stalls offering fresh local produce, jewellery, handicrafts and souvenirs.
Following the markets enjoy a walk through the oldest building still standing in Western Australia, the iconic Round House, which is the first building constructed during the settlement of the Swan River Colony that opened in 1831.
Then in 1837, the Fremantle Whaling Company built The Whalers Tunnel, to transport goods between the original port & the town. It was the first tunnel built in Western Australia, which runs directly below the Roundhouse and is the only remaining structure of the whaling station.Stop for an Australian traditional fish and chip dinner (vegetarian options are also available) at the award winning Kailis Fish Market Cafe.
Following dinner head to South Perth, a unique, charming and popular area located across the Swan River, just 2.5-miles (4-kilometers), from Perth Central Business District and enjoy the spectacular view across the Swan River to Perth.