Hostels in Australia

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Stay in cheap accommodation in Australia and you’ll save your money to spend on learning to surf, exploring the Australian nightlife and scuba diving with the fishies. has some great hostels in Australia, cheap hotels, guesthouses, B&Bs and apartments in Australia, starting at just a few dollars.

You could save even more money by staying a few miles out of the city and making the most of the public transport, opting to stay in a dorm instead of a private room, or choosing one of the less popular accommodation options. Just decide what key aspect is important to you and be prepared to compromise on the rest.

Hostels in Australia - Sydney

Of course Sydney will be key to your proposed tour across Australia. Make the most of having so many beautiful beaches, and city districts close at hand by staying at the Surfside Backpackers Coogee Beach.

It’s a top choice if you want to surf on your holiday, or if you want to enjoy a long walk as it marks the start of the famous Coogee Beach to Bondi Beach cliff walk. Complete the beach lifestyle with free bodyboard hire, free snorkelling trips, excursions to Watsons Bay, crab racing, beach BBQs, quiz nights and local pub crawls. Private and dorm rooms range from €22pppn. Surfside Backpackers Coogee

If you’d rather stay in a hotel, Central Railway Hotel & Apartments prides itself on its clean, comfortable and modern accommodation. Rooms are available in singles, doubles, twins, triples and quads and include internet, TV, personal balconies and en-suites. You’ll be just 600m from Sydney Central Station giving excellent access to the CBD, Darling Harbour, China Town, Harbour Bridge and Circular Quay. Private rooms start from $30pppn.

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Hostels in Australia - Melbourne

In Melbourne you can get around easily using the tram so you don’t need to stay right in the centre of the city for all the action. Stay near the beach at St Kilda – the city’s seaside suburb – and you can easily make your way in when you need. Base St Kilda is a funky hostel there with a bar, pool table and dorms with en suite facilities. Shared rooms from $40pppn.

Or if you do crave the centre then try the chic and modern Space Hotel. It’s perfect for anyone seeking a stylish hotel stay on a budget in the centre of all the bars and restaurants. Step inside and you’ll find a workout space, a movie room, a games room and lounge area and a bar and restaurant too. Shared rooms from $32pppn and private rooms from $30 pppn.

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Hostels in Australia - Cairns

In the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns, check out the Hides Hotel Cairns. It’s great value with basic private rooms and a free breakfast included and you’ll be close to the Kuranda Railway, the casino and a big shopping centre. You can enjoy scuba diving nearby and the Kuranda Rainforest too. The beautiful building houses fully equipped rooms, complete with phones, fridges and TVs. Private rooms from $34pppn.

If it’s a hostel you’re after try Tropic Days Hostel – it’s one of the highest rated on HostelBookers. They have free Wi-Fi throughout the hostel and they have a relaxed vibe with super clean facilities. It’s just a 10-minute walk from the Cairns Central Shopping Centre and they have a courtesy bus if you can’t quite face that. There’s also a tropical pool and garden hammocks too. Shared rooms from $16pppn and private rooms from $12pppn.

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