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#1 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Fremantle
It's a great tour and gives you a little bit of adventure as you traverse ladders and pull you self around the channels in little boats with great tour guides providing great insight along the way.
We did the tunnel tour which was very fantastic, very informative, great to learn the history and interesting and our guide Tristan was hilarious and so knowledgeable.
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#5 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Fremantle
The Roundhouse is interesting by itself, but give yourself time to chat with some of the volunteers and you'll learn so many interesting tidbits about the history of Fremantle and this jail.
Situated in the historic west end of Fremantle is the Roundhouse WA's first prison.Each day the canon is fired as was the tradition in the 1800's for ships to set their time.
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#9 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Fremantle
I was lucky to be a group of one, and so was able to get the very best out of both Allan and his folio of historic photos which allowed me to grt s real sense of how this fascinating city has changed.
He personalised the tour well to address our questions and interests and we left feeling very satisfied we know about Fremantle's history now .
Leighton Battery Guns Mosman Park 2.7 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Mosman Park
It's a little piece of history, the tour was great and the guide was very knowledgable and passionate about the guns, history of the tunnels and the connections to the wider history of World War II.
This tour is very informative and interesting to all ages and links in well if you have been and visited Oliver Hill on Rottnest.
#23 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Fremantle
The Proclamation Tree, a Moreton Bay Fig, was planted on 21st October 1890, Trafalgar Day, to commemorate the granting of a responsible government to the colony of Western Australia by Her Majesty Queen Victoria,...
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