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Top-rated holiday rentals in Fremantle

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Loft in Fremantle
Caledonian ground floor apartment in Fremantle
A gorgeous ground floor apartment with white walls, great high ceilings and a spacious combined living dining area. This is a converted heritage hall space so it has thick limestone walls and exposed steel beams. The apartment has an entry on Quarry St as well as it's James St. You'll love staying at this wonderful studio apartment so close to cafes and the Fremantle Arts Centre in Freo's East End. Just a 15 min walk to the train station and located on the free circle CAT bus (orange route).
13 – 20 Aug
Cottage in Fremantle
Kloppers Cottage.
Kloppers cottage is an inviting, stand alone building nestled in the heritage listed west end of Fremantle. Made from recycled bricks, steel railway beams and repurposed telegraph poles. It is a completely private space, that you wouldn't believe is quite so close to Fremantle's best dining and drinking venues. With being so central - we are surrounded by eating and drinking venues, don't be surprised if there is some street/ bar noise, but our walled courtyard is private and gated.
9 – 16 Apr
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Apartment in Fremantle
Central Fremantle courtyard studio apartment.
My place is close to beautiful beaches, nightlife, many cafes and restaurants, and public transport. The Studio with ensuite is located in central Fremantle next block to Esplanade Hotel, opposite the Esplanade Park and Fishing Boat Harbour with attractions such as Little Creatures, The Beach House, Cicerellos, the Shipwreck and Maritime Museums, the World Heritage listed Fremantle Prison, Markets and all Freo's exciting attractions. Free CAT bus stop opposite to take you the Harbour.
17 – 24 July

Popular amenities for Fremantle holiday rentals

Stay near Fremantle's top sights

Fremantle Markets528 locals recommend
Fremantle Prison339 locals recommend
Esplanade Park45 locals recommend
Fremantle Arts Centre243 locals recommend
The Roundhouse112 locals recommend
Esplanade Hotel Fremantle by Rydges5 locals recommend

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Laneway studio, heart of Fremantle
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Charming, Convenient, self contained tiny house.
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Fremantle West End - Modern Apartment
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Harbour Lights Fremantle Arts Centre Location
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Quick stats about holiday rentals in Fremantle

Total rentals

440 properties

Rentals with a pool

20 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

30 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

200 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

31K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$15 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Fremantle

All About Fremantle

Situated on the mouth of the Swan River 30 minutes southwest of Perth, the town of Fremantle is steeped in history and home to many heritage buildings built from the pale-coloured local limestone on which the city sits. Fremantle is Western Australia’s major port, where cruise ships, ferries, and leisure craft come to birth. It is also the gateway to Rottnest Island, a special place for Western Australians with its relaxed atmosphere, amazing scenery, and some of the world's finest beaches and bays — the island boasts some world-famous inhabitants, including the adorable and very inquisitive quokkas.

A great way to discover all the attractions of the city is to embark on The Fremantle Discovery Trail. This easy walk will take you to the iconic Fremantle Markets, the Cappuccino Strip with a mix of cafes, bars, and restaurants, the historic Fremantle Prison, and to the heritage listed West End precinct of the city. The trail normally takes around two hours, but with so many places to stop and enjoy, you could make a whole day of it.

The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Fremantle

Fremantle is a great place to visit year-round with a Mediterranean-style climate and an average of eight hours of sunshine per day. The Fremantle International Streets Arts Festival is held over the Easter long weekend, when the whole city becomes a stage with a variety of live theatre, music, and circus performers on the city’s streets. Spring is a pleasant time in town when Western Australia’s famous wildflowers are in bloom. In November Australia’s biggest alfresco craft beer and food festival, takes centre stage with food, music, and comedy, all delivered with a side serve of beer. Summer will offer long warm days and nights perfect for enjoying the outdoor activities on offer. Whenever you decide to visit, you’ll find a range of holiday accommodations in Fremantle to suit all tastes and budgets.

Top things to do in Fremantle

Western Australian Maritime Museum

Take a tour around the Western Australian Maritime Museum and learn all about the naval history of the coastal city. Home to original vessels from before World War II, the site honours the mariners lost during conflict and shares insight into the waters of the nearby harbours now used primarily for fishing and gathering of the seafood delicacies enjoyed by visitors around the city.

Fremantle Markets

Wander around the lively Fremantle Markets, considered to be one of the world's premier tourist markets. For over 100 years the markets have oozed culture and heritage, with more than 150 stalls, each as unique as the next, selling art and photography, clothing, gifts, homewares, and the freshest fruit and vegetables. There’s an amazing food court where you enjoy cuisine from all over the world and a busker’s corner with live musicians and street performers.

Rottnest Island

Take the 30-minute ferry ride to Western Australia's favourite island getaway, Rottnest Island. This is a tranquil setting that feels a million miles away from the city. The island is car-free, so once you arrive hire a bicycle and enjoy the protected nature reserve’s abundance of unique flora and fauna, and the island's most famous resident — the adorable quokka. There are 83 beautiful beaches and bays on the island to explore, with most offering pristine waters to swim and snorkel in.

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