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Experience a historical and unique stay at the Fremantle Prison YHA. Built in the 1850's it's the only accommodation in Western Australia with UNESCO World Heritage Status. If you’re feeling brave, sleep in the actual prison cells! The hostel has an additional purpose-built building with ensuited private rooms for luxurious travellers.
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All co-living rooms include:
Fremantle Prison YHA has all the added comfort of a modern traveller's hostel - a mix of private and co-living rooms, free Wi-Fi, modern facilities - all within a charming historic building.
Learn about the rich history displayed throughout the hostel during your stay. World Heritage-listed Fremantle Prison was built in the 1850s with the first convicts occupying it in 1855, all the way up until 1991. The women’s division of the prison is now the Fremantle Prison YHA.
6A The Terrace
|Phone:||08 9433 4305|
|Hostel Manager:||Ebony Thompson|
|Hostel||Open all year|
10am till 8pm. If you are planning on arriving outside of these hours, please phone the hostel in advance to make alternative arrangements.
|Check in||2pm - 8pm|
|Check out||until 10:00am daily|