Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour
Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour (FFBH) caters to both recreational and commercial fishing vessels with over 350 commercial and recreational pens, fuelling and maintenance facilities, 5 jetties and 3 wharves.
FFBH features universal access and provides easy access to open water and most vessels can be accommodated at the harbour with varying pen sizes available. The harbour caters for commercial operators but is also preferred by recreational boat owners seeking a safe, secure convenient location for their vessel which provides penholders with more time on the water.
The location of the harbour, with easy access to Rottnest Island, makes it hugely desirable as a base for boat owners seeking a convenient location to pen their vessel.
Vessel accommodation at FFBH
FFBH has both fixed and floating pens, with and without walkways and also a number of pens are available for short term (casual) use.
Casual vessel accommodation options can be offered for daily, weekly and monthly recreational and commercial visitors. 2021/22 per day rates for FFBH are outlined below:
- For a recreational vessel is $56.00 per vessel per day; or
- For a commercial vessel is $7.90 per metre of the vessel’s length, per day.
Other fees are detailed in the 'Maritime facilities: Schedule of marine fees and charges' document found below in the fees and charges section.
Find out more
To find out about these pens and to check availability please contact FFBH:
14 Capo D'Orlando Drive, South Fremantle WA 6162
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Maritime facilities: Schedule of fees and charges (2021/2022)
For information regarding fees and charges to be applied from 1 July 2021, refer to the documents below:
The 'Maritime facilities: Schedule of marine fees and charges' document contains fees and vessel accommodation information on numerous DoT managed facilities, including the following;
- Ferry licence fees.
- Fuel wharfage fees.
- General notes.
- Jetty and mooring area licence fees.
- Statewide fees.
Things to do at FFBH
Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour is a Western Australian tourism icon and people from throughout the world are attracted to its unique history.
As a working harbour the fishing fleet provides the perfect backdrop for families to enjoy casual fish and chips, watch the sun set from the onsite brewery or indulge at one of the restaurants.
The endless activities and the self-contained accommodation make Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour the perfect place to take a break or visit.
Great ideas for your next harbour experience:
- Follow one of the harbour walking trails. Download the map below.
- Pay homage to ACDC legend Bon Scott taking in his memorial.
- Stroll the boardwalks and admire the public art.
- Cast a line from the breakwaters.
- Cycle around the harbour.
- Swim at Bathers Beach.
- Take a break at the harbour piazza.
- Order some fish and chips or book a table at one of the great restaurants. Visit the Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour website to find out more.
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FFBH includes a variety of charter vessel businesses operating from the facility’s public boardwalks.
If you have a proposition for a charter vessel business to operate from our harbour with a vessel up to 15 metres in length, please contact the Harbour Manager.
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