I went on the Convicts and Colonials tour in Fremantle last Friday and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Out tour guide Matt was great, very knowledgeable and charismatic. Would definitely recommend!
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Vaughan was very knowledgeable about Perth’s history, but I was expecting stories about older crimes. I did enjoy it though, and the beer at the end was a bonus!
Melissa (?) gave a great historic tour of Fremantle. Not only great history, but what is going on now. Not too much walking, but covered a lot of ground. Would highly recommend.
What an excellent tour, showed us through some of the small unknown bars of Freo and gave us a great insight into the history of this amazing town!
We did the Sailors Guide to Freo and what an awesome an enriching tour! Both blown away by the extent of knowledge, interesting stories and just genuinely great personality from our guide Vaughan. What a fantastic way to spend a Saturday, we'll definitely be doing...More
This tour was amazing and thoroughly enjoyable and informative. My daughter gave me this for a Mother's Day present, knowing how much I love Australian History, and we were lucky enough to be the only two on the tour that day. Vaughan pointed out the...More
This was our second walking tour in as many days. We did a walking tour of Perth City and then one of Fremantle. We enjoyed the history, our guides were knowledgeable, and we learnt much about the areas. Would definitely recommend the 2 hour walks...More
I really enjoyed the Convicts and Colonials tour, and thank you Vaughan for giving us stories which made sense of how Fremantle has come to be the unique place it is. This was my first Two Feet & a Heartbeat tour and now I'll definitely...More
Fantastic walking tour and very informative. A total must if visiting Fremantle. With thanks to Ryan for making our visit so memorable. It was good to learn the history of Fremantle
With only one full day in Fremantle I was keen to see and learn as much as I could about this beautiful town. Well I certainly wasn't disappointed - I met Dave at the newly restored Town Hall and went from there - so much...More