Thrifty Fremantle Car Rental

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Thrifty Fremantle Car Rental
218 South Street
Beaconfield Wa 6160

Other Car Depots Located in Fremantle

Europcar Fremantle Depot
96 Queen Victoria Street
Fremantle 6160 Wa

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Fremantle at a Glance

Fremantle is a city of 26000 people located just 19 kilometres south of Perth, in Western Australia. Urban sprawl has meant the two cities have practically become one in a geographical sense, but Fremantle has retained its very distinct architectural characteristics and is thus easily told apart from Perth. It is a very multi cultural city, and there is a strong cafe and fine dining culture there which is very popular amongst tourists. A wealth of nearby attractions can be visited in your hire car from Rent New Cars if you go there on a holiday.

Ideas for Visitors to Fremantle
  1. The Little Creatures Brewery is a micro-brewery that serves up a fine selection of their own beers from their popular bar and restaurant. Having a relaxing beer right next to the vats in which it was brewed is a novel experience, and the food isn't so bad either!
  2. A short ferry ride from Fremantle gets you to Rottnest Island, whose white sandy beaches and bright blue waters have been attracting tourists for years. The snorkelling is great here, and hiring a bicycle to see the island is also popular.
  3. The Fremantle markets have got a worldwide reputation as being a diverse and interesting place to hunt down a bargain. The numerous stalls showcase local arts and crafts as well as an eclectic mix of products from around the globe.
  4. A visit to Fremantle goes hand in hand with a visit to Perth. The capital of Western Australia is a cosmopolitan and beautiful city spread along the banks of the Swan River. It is bordered by stunning beaches on the one side, and the lush Swan Valley on the other side.
  5. Fremantle Prison is one of the chief tourist attractions in the area. Built by convict labour in the 1850's, it has been turned into a public museum that provides powerful insights into the lives of prison inmates of the past.