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Apollo Bay Eco YHA is a stylish and comfortable ECO Certified Nature Tourism accredited hostel located in Apollo Bay along the famous Great Ocean Road. Situated between the rainforests of the Otway Ranges and the Apollo Bay surf beach Apollo Bay Eco YHA is the perfect base for exploring this amazing region. Hostel facilities include free on-site parking, free Wifi Hot Spot, a wood heater, two spacious communal lounges, two communal kitchens, shared bathrooms, a TV and reading room, DVD hire, several outdoor balconies and a rooftop deck complete with a BBQ offering spectacular views. Passive solar design, clever zoning and water consumption techniques are used to reduce the level of energy consumption and give you a great getaway with the knowledge your bed doesn't cost the earth! Various room types are available including 4 multi-share, twin/double and family rooms. Each room is heated and comes with lockers and an individual bed light. Please note that all bathroom facilities are shared for all room types. Apollo Bay Eco YHA is close to all the action with only a 2-minute walk from restaurants, cafes and beach in Apollo Bay town centre and a 90-minute drive to the Twelve Apostles. The region is nature lover's haven with deserted beaches, Cape Otway Lighthouse (Australia's oldest lighthouse), the Great Otway National Park complete with rainforest and waterfalls and of course the Great Ocean Road drive! Head further into the Otways to try your luck spotting glow worms at Melba Gully, the elusive platypus at Lake Elizabeth or the wild koalas at nearby Kennet River. Feeling adventurous? Activities in the area include surfing, windsurfing, snorkelling, horse riding along the beach, hiking, paragliding, kayaking out to the seals and the Great Ocean Road walk. Apollo Bay Eco YHA is also a Rent-a-YHA hostel, and can be booked exclusively for large groups. Bookings can be made for either half the hostel, which sleeps up to 36 people, or the whole hostel which sleeps up to 72 people. Please call the hostel Manager for more information.
All reviews private room the kitchen beautiful hostel stayed in a double room common areas rooftop deck the great ocean road comfy couches shared facilities family room place to stay great facilities the ground floor log fire only stayed one night central location the main street
Christ I didn't sleep at all because of that worst bunk I've ever seen
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We stayed 1 night at the hostel. All in all the hostel looks good but if you look closer, you can see that everything is quite old and has flaws. But the hostel is clean. The only thing is that the cover of thedown blanked...More
This place was pretty nice! Me and two other friends stayed in a 4 person shared room. The common spaces were clean and comfortable, and so were the kitchens. It all seems pretty new, definitely one of the nicest hostels I’ve stayed in! Would recommend!
Good facilities, great location, and pretty clean. We only stayed one night here but would have been happy to stay a bit longer. The gentleman who checked us in also gave us good recommendations on where to eat.
Amazing hostel, eco friendly too which is really great. Arrived to be greeted by a friendly receptionist, gave us the info we needed, had a 4 bed room and there was 4 of us so worked out perfect that we had the room to ourselves....More
The best place for information about the Great Ocean Walk is their official website. Google 'Great Ocean Walk' and it's the first link after the two ads (TripAdvisor doesn't allow me to post links in my answer)
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"I was travelling with a friend and the private room with two beds was perfect!"