Book NowTake a journey to the time of the Wadjuk, the traditional custodians of Fremantle, Perth and the Swan River. learn of Fremantle's untold history spanning from the Dreamtime to the arrival of the early explorers and settlers.
Hear the ancient Dreamtime story of the Nyoongar People, visit the Roundhouse Prison, Western Australia's first public building completed in 1831 and learn of it's tragic link with Rottnest Island which served as a prison for over 3700 Aboriginal men during the years of 1838-1931.
Follow the story of Yagan (The Wadjuk Warrior) and Midgegooroo (The Wadjuk Elder of the Beeliar people) who both resisted settlment in the year of 1833
Discover how sustainability and caring for nature was a way of life.
90 minutes in duration
Tour departs from lawn area of the Maritime Museum Shipwreck Galleries (Cliff St) Fremantle.
To book online please click the red tab above. To book over the phone using a credit card or pay in store please visit/call the Fremantle Visitor Centre (08) 9431 7878
Adults: $35 Concession:$25 Groups of 10+:$25 Children: $15
Please note: a minimum of four guest will be required for the tour to operate, if booking for one or two please email prior to booking to ensure the tour timeslot has met minimum numbers.
(Bookings are essential) 1:30-3:00pm Saturdays. weekdays by appointment See online booking schedule
Mobile: 0405 630 606
Enquiries please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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