Noosa is one of Australia’s most popular beachside holiday destinations and is becoming increasingly popular with backpackers, and it’s no surprise why! Picture yourself surrounded by breathtaking beaches, lakes, and national parks, with plenty of activities to do and adventure activities to choose from. It’s a beach-goers paradise!
Hostel G Perth is not your typical hostel in Perth. This is a big place, with 290 beds spread over 5 rooms. It is also is a trendy hostel that’s affordable and accessible. It blends art, cuisine, design and community.
The family rooms include children’s books, toys and an en-suite bathroom. The friendly staff – at hand 24/7 – can offer their expertise on city tours and local experiences. Just ask and you shall receive.
Spinners Hostel is “Perth’s most chilled hostel.” It is very clean hostel, with good facilities, and located 20 minutes walk from the city. There is also a cozy chill area with a TV and couches. You can enjoy watching Netflix in the shared lounge area, have a drink in the alfresco garden, entertain with a late afternoon BBQ or play a game of billiards.
All rooms feature air-conditioning and have access to shared bathroom facilities with built-in hairdryers. And they have a really fast WiFi.
Youth Shack Backpackers is conveniently located in the central town, just a short stroll away from the Darwin entertainment centre. The hostel provides excellent accommodation facilities. There are private rooms, dorms with basic amenities, facilities for laundry, shared kitchen, and common room with TV, wifi etc. A large pool and an outdoor bar area are often turned into a DJ-hosted dance party by night, which makes this hostel a perfect place for nightlife activities.
The guests can enjoy the property’s gardens, and comprehensive dining options are also available. The hostel has everything you require to make your stay in Darwin comfortable. You can comfortably soak in the pool, relax on the sunbeds and enjoy a few cool drinks in the bar while hanging out with fellow travellers.
Mom Darwin is one of the best hostels in Darwin, offering modern coliving and private accommodations in the city’s heart. The hostel provides guests with the best and most comfortable experience. There is a vast sun deck with two massive pools, a pool deck bar and several places to chill or party. The amazing hostel is very close to Croc Cove, so if you wish to enjoy the Territories’ famous wildlife, this is the best place that allows that.
There are newly created co-working spaces for travellers who love to work while on the go. They also host many licensed events throughout the season from May to November, making it an excellent place for those looking for a pleasant and upbeat vibe.
Darwin Hostel is a fantastic, clean, safe property offering a fun environment for international travellers. The facilities offered are designed keeping in mind the needs of the backpackers.
Private rooms and dorms are available in different sizes and have air conditioning facilities and bathrooms for convenience. The 60-bed hostel has shared female and mixed rooms for 18-35’s only and private rooms aimed at all young international travellers who love to party and socialise. All guests can use the variety of facilities offered by the hostel.
UPDATE: Best Hostels in Launceston: Arthouse Hostel
Other than Hobart, Launceston is the second biggest city in Tasmania and the most common stop on route to Cradle Mountain and the Overland Track.
Whilst you’re in town, we recommend staying in a 1888 heritage building, the Arthouse Hostel.
On first appearances it looks a little like a haunted house. But inside you’ll be greeted with high ceilings, huge windows and homely spaces. This felt much like a big house-share – it’s incredibly sociable.
Make use of the:
FREE, SUPER FAST Wi-Fi thanks to NBN and gaming router (fastest in Australia)
Two large common areas w/ sofas, TV, games + free tea and coffee
What are the best hostel in Australia for solo travellers?
There are many awesome hostels in Australia for solo travellers! Our top recommendations are Sydney Harbour YHA in Sydney, Space Hotel (nevermind the name; this is a travellers HOSTEL) in Melbourne and The Pickled Frog in Hobart.
What are the best hostel in Australia for couples?
Not all hostels in Australia are necessarily safe, especially the one that offers the cheapest price in sketchy areas. It might be an illegal hostel, without proper license to run and safety measures.
So in all fairness, it is best to check out Hostelgeeks.com because we feature safe hostels in Portugal. You can find backpacker hostel with top ratings! Keep a close eye on the overall ratings on booking platforms!
If you are not sure, you can also send us an email and ask us!
What are the best sites for finding hostels?
Of course, the best site to find hostels is Hostelgeeks.com
When backpacking around Australia, there’s no doubt you’re going to need transport. Come on, walking is no option really……
Your options are:
The vastness of Australia and its cities connect brilliantly thanks to the wonderful Greyhound bus.
It’s possible to buy different length passes that enable you to hop on and hop off any destination on route. For example; buy a week long pass and travel from Sydney to Adelaide, hopping off at Melbourne on the way.