Getting around

Free CAT bus through FremantleThere are many transport options for getting in and around Fremantle, including public transport, taxis, bicycle and walking.

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Trains and buses

Fremantle Train Station and Bus Port provide direct walking access to Fishing Boat Harbour, museums and galleries, the shopping district, cinemas, the Cappuccino strip and restaurants.

Trains to and from Perth operate from the Fremantle Train Station by Transperth, with buses connecting to meet with trains. There are bus stops in and around the city making it easy to get around. Visit the Transperth website for schedules and service interruptions.

Free CAT bus

Two free Central Area Transit (CAT) buses operate in the Fremantle area and are free to board for all passengers. The blue CAT Services depart every 10 minutes and the red CAT services depart every 15 minutes. Both services run 7 days a week, except on Good Friday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

The services go to places of interest in the central Fremantle area, including the Fremantle Train Station, Fremantle Arts CentreFremantle Leisure Centre, the Maritime MuseumE-Shed Markets, the Cappuccino strip and the Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour.

All Fremantle CAT buses are modern and high–tech, complying with the stringent EURO2 emission standards. They are easily accessible with kneeling actions – a driver activated entry ramp and low floor. To board, simply wait at any CAT stop shown on the Fremantle CAT timetable.

View the Fremantle CAT bus map.

For further information about CAT services visit the Transperth website.


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