Buses and trains
Public transport buses and trains run from all areas of Perth to the Fremantle Train Station and bus terminal. There are bus stops in and around the city making it easy to get around. See Transperth for advice on the bus or train that best suits your requirements.
Fremantle CAT buses (free)
The Fremantle CAT buses are painted orange. They run on two routes: red and blue. There is a Red CAT bus stop located on Victoria Quay at A Shed and a stop near the corner of Phillimore and Cliff streets for the Blue CAT and Red CAT. The Blue CAT services depart every 10 minutes and the Red CAT services depart every 15 minutes. Both services run seven days a week, including public holidays except 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 Centre, Fremantle Leisure Centre, 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. All of the Fremantle CAT buses are easily accessible with kneeling actions, incorporating a driver-activated entry ramp and low floor. To board, simply wait at any CAT stop and hail the driver. The services are free to use. See Fremantle CAT bus for more information. See also here.
Designated taxi ranks are located around the city for safe and convenient travel. Taxis may also be hailed on the street or ordered by telephone.
Perth's major taxi operators:
Taxi companies provide wheelchair-accessible vehicles on request.
myAirshuttle offers direct transport between Fremantle and the domestic and international Perth Airport terminals. The service can also transport you to or from the airport and Fremantle Passenger Terminal or the Rottnest ferry service at B Shed, Victoria Quay.