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One-way Sightseeing Cruise between Perth and Fremantle

Highlights
  • Cruise between Perth and Fremantle for a scenic, fun, and easy journey
  • Enjoy a unique perspective on the Perth skyline from the water
  • See elegant mansions, gardens, yacht clubs, and parks along the Swan River
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One-way Sightseeing Cruise between Perth and Fremantle
From US$21.97
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11:15am Perth to FremantleMost Popular
Departing Perth at 11:15am. Arriving into Fremantle at 12:30pm
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3:45pm Fremantle to Perth
Departing Fremantle 3:45pm. Arriving into Perth 5:00pm
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2:15pm Perth to Fremantle
Departing Perth at 2:15pm. Arriving into Fremantle at 3:30pm
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Overview
Take the scenic route when traveling between Perth and Fremantle with this 1-way ticket for the Swan River cruise boat. Take in clear views of the waterfront, city skyline, yacht clubs, and riverside mansions along the way. Some cruises include a wine tasting, and drinks are available for purchase from the onboard bar. When booking, simply select the departure location and time that suits your travel schedule.
What to Expect

Board your boat in either central Perth or Fremantle, and then take a comfortable seat indoors or on deck. 

From the water, take in unobstructed views of downtown Perth and elegant homes, parks, and marinas on the riverfront, hearing commentary about the sights along the way. Enjoy complimentary coffee or tea during your scenic journey along the Swan River. On the cruise from Fremantle to Perth, a selection of Western Australian wines is available for tasting (except on the 12:45pm sailing). You can also purchase drinks from the onboard bar.

You can book this tour for either direction between Perth and Fremantle, a port city located where the Swan River empties into the Indian Ocean. There are multiple daily departures from each city.

Reviews (102)
1 - 5 of 23 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
A long way to go for Lunch...

Weather was hot (38) yesterday so I did the Perth-Freo. 2.15 cruise. Conditions were excellent, so make sure you sit outside at the back. Trip was beautiful, commentary informative and as usual the sights spectacular. Highlights include the stunning views of King’s Park and looking...More

Date of experience: January 2019
2  Thank SimonJAddicoat
SeaLinkWA, Guest Relations Manager at Captain Cook Cruises, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Good afternoon Simon, Thank you so much for the 5 star review!! We agree the trip is beautiful and a must do when visiting Perth. We are thrilled to hear your enjoyed the cruise and we hope to see you on board again soon! Kind...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
Great way to get to Fremantle

Easy to book, great way to see the river on our way to Fremantle. Could do with more trips as only 3 run during the day, so the ferry was very busy and couldn't hear the commentary.More

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank LCKT0105
SeaLinkWA, Guest Relations Manager at Captain Cook Cruises, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hello, Thank you for taking the time to review your experience on our cruise to Fremantle, we are glad to hear you enjoyed it and that the booking process was easy for you. We appreciate the feedback you have provided us regarding the schedule, I...More

Reviewed 2 December 2018
Rode one way to Fremantle down the Swan River

This is about a two hour trip down the Swan River. Pretty typucal, lots of yacht clubs and fancy houses. Fremantle was disappointing because their big market place was only opened on the weekend and we were there on a week day. Rode the train...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank HannaHoney18
Reviewed 27 November 2018
Relaxing trip

Nice long cruise down the river to Fremantle on a comfortable boat. We caught the morning trip down and sat inside and just watched the scenery go by but even then they were serving alcohol if you wanted it. Coffee was free though. There appears...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank rogerl044
SeaLinkWA, Front Office Manager at Captain Cook Cruises, responded to this reviewResponded 5 December 2018

Thank you for your feedback on our Fremantle Explorer Cruise. We are glad that you enjoyed the cruise with us, and Fremantle is indeed a great place to visit whist in Perth. We hope to have the opportunity of welcoming you back on board with...More

Reviewed 15 November 2018
A disappointing tour from Perth to Fremantle by boat.

Having already done the tour with the same company from Fremantle to Perth, I was looking forward to doing the reverse journey. However this boat was much inferior to the James Stirling I had experienced the day before, with virtually no outside seating (3 seats...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank judithcZ9747NM
SeaLinkWA, Front Office Manager at Captain Cook Cruises, responded to this reviewResponded 5 December 2018

Thank you for this feedback on your recent Perth to Fremantle cruise. We are sorry to hear that this cruise did not meet your expectations from the 'reverse' cruise with us on the previous day. We will certainly take your comments and feedback 'on board'...More

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Annie N
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Response from wlkbt_trvlr | Reviewed this property |
You can buy tickets at their bookings booth at Barrack Street Jetty prior to travel. Otherwise you can pre-book your tickets online through their website.
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