One of Fremantle’s greatest attractions is its coastline of pristine beaches on the edge of the Indian Ocean.
The City’s four main beaches are perfect for swimming, relaxing, kite surfing, paddling and other leisure activities. They offer a range of facilities that can be accessed year round and are utilised by locals and tourists alike.
Visit Google maps to find the location of Fremantle beaches.
The City offers a variety of beach wheelchairs and a walker which can be pushed onto the beach allowing access for people with disability and also seniors. The wheelchairs are available for loan every year over the summer months at South Beach, Bathers Beach. Leighton Beach facilities will be available from December 2021. Visit the City's Access and Inclusion webpage website to book or call 9432 9999 (alternative formats are also available on request).
South Beach is a family friendly beach which has superb views of Rottnest, Carnac, and Garden islands, and is the perfect place to enjoy a swim, a picnic or barbecue.
Enjoy a coffee or a meal at the relaxed beachside cafe.
This popular beach inner city beach, located between Fishing Boat Harbour and the Round House, is the perfect place to relax and swim. Enjoy fish and chips and watch the sunset. A beach wheelchair is available for free use from Shipwrecks Museum.
This is one of Perth's most visited and loved beaches. Swim, snorkel, wind and kite surf, or just relax and enjoy the view to Rottnest Island. Enjoy takeaway food and drinks from the kiosk or a drink from the family friendly cafe and restaurant with views of the Indian Ocean.
Close to Port Beach, Leighton Beach is another white sand spot perfect for swimming and watching the sunset. A grassed area is located a short walk up from the beach with electric barbecues, picnic tables, toilet facilities and a kiosk. Cafe and restaurant options are also available nearby.
Dogs are permitted in designated areas on this beach. A beach wheelchair is available for use, courtesy of the Disabled Surfers Association WA. To book contact the Fremantle Surf Life Saving Club.