Get into your hardhat, slip into your overalls, lock into the ladder system and descend below the Prison to explore a labyrinth of tunnels built by prisoners.Scroll for more
Due to COVID-19 Fremantle Prison is currently closed to the public. Updates on when we may reopen will be provided on this website and via our social media channels.
Feeling adventurous? Get into your hardhat, slip into your overalls, lock into the ladder system and descend approximately 20 metres below the Prison to explore a labyrinth of tunnels built by prisoners. Discover original blast holes, bores, oil lamp recesses and artefacts from the days when working in the tunnels was hard labour for prisoners.
Guides lead the trek through dry sections of the tunnels on foot, before boarding replica convict punts to explore the submerged passageways accessible only by boat.
This tour is not recommended for pregnant women.
Minimum age is 12 years. Children between 12 and 15 must be accompanied by an adult (18+). It is recommended that at least two adults accompany groups of two or more children to ensure an adequate level of adult supervision. Should a child be unable to complete the tour for any reason they must be accompanied by at least one respective parent or guardian. Those aged 16 and 17 must have declaration forms signed by a parent or guardian, but can partake in the tour without an adult present.
Visitors are required to sign the following declaration form before participating in the Tunnels Tour (hard copies available on arrival).
Daily at 9.00am, 9.45am, 10.40am, 12.20pm, 1.40pm, 2.40pm and 3.25pm || Subject to availability
Please note: Due to COVID-19 Tunnels Tours have been removed from our schedule of available tours until further notice
|Tour length||2 hours 30 minutes|
$65.00 per adult | $55.00 per concession | $45 per child | $195.00 for a family pass
This tour is available as part of the following package:
|Wheelchair access||Not accessible|
|Bookings||Bookings and pre-payment essential || Online or by phone to (08) 9336 9200
You may not know this but summer in Australia can get pretty hot. Stay sun smart on tour by making sure you wear sunscreen, stay hydrated and wear a hat.Forecast