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The weather in Fremantle
This is the climate diagram in Fremantle. The highest average temperatures are in the month of January. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 6° in July. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is February.
Situated a half-hour drive from Perth in Western Australia, Fremantle is a vibrant coastal town. A mix of eclectic accommodations and activities are perfect for a great getaway for holidaymakers. Steeped in maritime history, art and the beauty of the sea, Fremantle is a growing modern city known for its wide variety of good food. Holiday lettings in Fremantle consist of beachfront properties, homes with private pools, and quaint cottages. Once situated, you can make the most of your stay by biking or catching the free services of the Fremantle CAT bus, which makes regular circuits of main attractions around the city centre.
Good food, great vibes
Fremantle's restaurants serve an array of cuisine, so picking a spot to eat is easy! Pop into the long-established Gino's Cafe on the Cappuccino Strip for a morning brew, eat your fill of artisan bread at Bread in Common, enjoy the vibes at Little Creatures Brewery, and don't forget to drink your fill of its famous pale ale.
Families with little tummies to fill will love the fish and chips at Kailis, situated at the Fishing Boat Harbour—just watch out for mischievous seagulls! On the weekends, line up for a filling bowl of ramen at Dosukoi in the market, or satisfy your sweet tooth at Michele's Crepe Suzette! Evenings, meanwhile, are lit up by a variety of pubs and restaurants, so you'll never be without a dinner plan.
A kaleidescope of art, culture, and shopping
Immerse yourself in Aboriginal art, history, and architecture by visiting the Maritime Museum, the Round House, and the Arts Centre. Peek into the pages of life of a convict at the UNESCO heritage site, Fremantle Prison—thrill seekers can book the torchlight tour.
Up your Instagram game when you visit beautiful nooks and crannies featuring Edwardian buildings, like the Notre Dame University, or walk down little alleys with surprising shops. Fremantle boasts exciting shopping precincts, with over 50 boutiques featuring up-and-coming Australian designers and funky fashion. There also a weekend market with plentiful wares, ranging from the practical to the quirkiest of gifts.
Relaxing beyond the buzz in Fremantle
Take a break from the city centre by lounging at Leighton or Port beach, both well known for long stretches of white sand. On a fine day, take a dip at gorgeous Bathers Beach. Alternatively, you can hire a bike from the Fremantle Visitor Centre or stretch your legs on the many walking trails nearby, many of them in view of the sparkling Indian Ocean.
A good number of parks and reserves are also good for a picnic under the sun or barbecuing some bangers. If you fancy a day away, plan and catch the ferry to visit the quokkas on Rottnest Island at the jetty, which is also a wonderful activity for the whole family.
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