General Public Heritage Tour of Woodman Point Quarantine Station
Visitors will tour Quarantine Station Heritage Buildings and learn the history of the station from 1851 to 1979. Each person who was quarantined has a story to tell. Listen to their many stories.
Visitors will be told of the history of the Quarantine Station while having morning tea, followed by a tour of the isolation Hospital, which contains our museum and of the oldest crematorium in Australia. Both built in 1903. Followed by a tour of the heritage buildings on site. These include the Shower Block, Fumication Building, Passenger Accommodation, Doctors Quarters and Dining Hall. Learn of the processing of passengers once their ship was quarantined in Fremantle.
This is a walking tour of 2 hours. It is not suited for children under 15 years, as there is graphic photos of patients in our museum. Closed footwear should be worn.