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Cruise

Please note: There are no international cruise ships calling at Fremantle Port.  Fremantle Ports is complying with all regulations and directions from government.

Pre-COVID-19 information: Fremantle was one of Australia’s most important cruise ship ports. Cruising was one of the most popular and fastest growing sectors of the tourism industry worldwide. Fremantle Ports works with cruise and tourism bodies and other ports to promote Fremantle and Western Australia’s attractions to cruise companies.

Fremantle Passenger Terminal

All visiting cruise ships berth at the Fremantle Passenger Terminal, Australia's largest cruise terminal, or at D Berth. The terminal has undergone significant upgrading in recent years. The work is respectful of the heritage significance of this Victoria Quay landmark and has improved security and visitor amenity.

Want to see cruise ships arriving and departing?

Check out the cruise ship schedule. Be at the port about 30 minutes before arrival times so you can see the ship enter the harbour. Best viewing places are along Victoria Quay and at North and South moles.

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