Cruises from Fremantle, Perth
Fremantle, situated at the mouth of the Swan River, is Western Australia’s gateway to cruising, and offers the perfect start to a relaxing cruise holiday. Cruises from Fremantle are easily accessible from Perth, as it is just a 20 minute drive to the Fremantle Passenger Terminal at Victoria Quay from the city. And, with her world-famous heritage buildings and fascinating marine and convict history, it is definitely worth getting to your cruise early to spend some time exploring this historic town.
Below are a selection of hot cruise deals from Fremantle. To book any of the deals, or for more information, call one of our Cruise Specialists today on 1300 769 228 or enquire online using the email form below.
Fremantle Cruise Deals
P&O Australia Sale - Save up to 30%^ + other bonus offers
Departs 07 May 2015
from $499* per person quad share
Popular Destinations from Fremantle
In addition to regular round-the-world cruise itineraries, more and more cruise ships are coming to Fremantle, offering different destinations around Australia and Asia, as well as to South Africa, the UK and more international destinations.
Fremantle Cruising Season
Cruises depart from Fremantle all year-round, but the main cruising season is November to March.
Cruise Ships Departing from Fremantle
- Celebrity Solstice
- Pacific Eden
- Pacific Jewel
- Sea Princess
- Queen Mary 2
Fremantle Cruise Terminal
Fremantle Passenger Terminal, Victoria Quay
All cruise ships berth at Fremantle Passenger Terminal at Victoria Quay, which is 27km from the Perth Domestic Airport terminal. This heritage-listed building is easily accessible from the city, with public transport buses and trains running from all areas of Perth to Fremantle Train Station and bus terminal, adjacent to Victoria Quay.
The parking area in front of the terminal is for drop-off and pick-up only, but there is short-term parking available at the Wharf on Victoria Quay (C & D Sheds), and long-term parking is available at Queensgate Car Park on Henderson Street opposite the Police Station. You can also use the free Fremantle CAT bus, which has a stop at A Shed, and there is a taxi rank at the terminal. Fremantle Passenger Terminal is also wheelchair accessible.