Fremantle Tourist Whee

The Tourist Wheel Fremantle, also known as the “Ferris Wheel,” was established in 2013 and has since become a must-visit destination for tourists and locals alike.

Fremantle Tourist Whee

 It’s conveniently situated within the Esplanade Park, a popular spot for picnics, its playground and leisurely strolls. This means you can easily include the Tourist Wheel in your Fremantle itinerary.

Fremantle Esplanade playground

At an impressive 40 metres tall, the Tourist Wheel Fremantle towers offers you an unmatched bird’s-eye view of the surroundings. As you hop on this fun ride, you’ll find yourself in awe of the breathtaking views of the coastline, city, and beyond.

Fremantle Tourist Whee


The wheel boasts 24 air-conditioned gondolas, each comfortably accommodating up to six passengers. This means you can enjoy the panoramic experience with your family and friends.

Fremantle Tourist Whee

As the wheel moves, you can enjoy the stunning 360-degree panoramic view of Fremantle, its historic architecture, bustling streets and the mesmerising ocean landscape.

Fremantle Tourist Whee

Fremantle Tourist Whee

The Tourist Wheel Fremantle is designed for all ages, making it an enjoyable activity for your entire family. Additionally, the attraction is wheelchair accessible, ensuring everyone can experience the joyride.

Fremantle Tourist Whee

The wheel operates from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm daily, with the last ride commencing at 9:45 pm. Tickets can be purchased online or at the box office on the day.


Nearby Attractions and Amenities

Markets and Dining

When visiting the Tourist Wheel Fremantle, you’ll discover a variety of markets and dining options nearby. Just a short walk away, you’ll find the famous Fremantle Markets, offering an array of fresh produce, handmade crafts, and food stalls. Here, you can indulge in mouth-watering dishes from different cuisines.

For a more formal dining experience, you can choose from numerous restaurants surrounding the area, serving local and international cuisines. See our guide to the best family-friendly restaurants in Fremantle.

Gage Roads

Fremantle Sights

Aside from the Tourist Wheel, Fremantle boasts several attractions that shouldn’t be missed during your visit. Be sure to check out the following sites:

Fremantle Prison: This World Heritage-listed site offers guided tours, providing an insight into the history of convicts and the early years of Western Australia.

WA Maritime Museum: With fascinating exhibitions, the museum showcases Western Australia’s rich maritime history and connection to the sea.

WA Shipwrecks Museum: This museum is dedicated to the maritime archaeology and history of shipwrecks along Western Australia’s coastline. It features a vast collection of artefacts and exhibits that tell the stories of the ships and their crews.

Round House: As the oldest public building in Western Australia, the Round House offers stunning views of the Indian Ocean and a glimpse into the past.

The Round House, Fremantle


About Jennie McNichol

After spending 11 years in London working in the television industry for the BBC, Jennie McNichol made the move to Perth in 2010. As the Co-Founder and Editor of Buggybuddys, she has been able to use her experience and passion for helping families to create a trusted online resource for parents across Perth.
Jennie is the proud mother of two daughters, aged 14 & 12 and is a big advocate of the family-friendly lifestyle that Perth has to offer.

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