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Very basic accommodation. Rooms vary in size and I discovered I actually had quite the bum deal. Free breakfast is really just minimal but it's free and its less food to worry about. Kitchen is a little too small and utensils are lacking which makes...More
After booking the work and travel programme with STA. This was the hostel I stayed in. The hostel is in a good location, 10 mins to Kings Cross and supermarket, 15 mins to city centre. But, there is 6 flights of stairs to the rooms...More
Boomerang backpackers is, as it says in its name, a backpackers. It's quite a small hostel, with one floor of rooms and bathrooms on another floor and the kitchen and tv room on a different floor.
The kitchen is quite small and can get very...More
I did not enjoy my stay here. The beds are horrible, I don't think they're even mattresses, just pieces of foam. The kitchen was very small. The bathrooms are all one one floor. The rooms are six flight of stairs up, so if you're travelling...More
I've been there for the firs time on March 2007 and came back again May 2008, in just one year everything changed. They depend way too much on the receptionist, so if the are not good the hostel will be a mess. Last time i've...More
US$ 19 - US$ 59 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Home of the small bar revolution in Sydney, Darlinghurst has more bars per capita than any other suburb. Themes range from American whiskey bars and 1950’s theme bars to hidden bars requiring secret passwords. Oxford Street is the "Gay Capital" of Australia, where gay and lesbian-friendly venues feature “diva shows” and dancing until the morning. Vintage lovers flock to Crown Street, and small
designer boutiques can be found along Victoria and Bourke Streets. Dining in Darlinghurst is a gastronomic adventure. Food from all over the world is on the menu, from American ribs to tapas, sushi to gelato and every ethnicity in between.