Brisbane Aussie Way Hostel
34 Cricket Street
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Tripadvisor 4 Star Rating ''Certificate of Excellence Winner 2013''
Aussie Way is set in a classic heritage listed grand colonial building operating as a small travellers hostel. A quiet place to relax and enjoy Brisbane from.
We offer spacious 4 bed dorms, as well as single, twin, double, and family rooms. As a bonus, all our rooms are fitted with air conditioning and security lockers.
Cook up a storm in the self-catered kitchen, or use our laundry facilities to finish that bag of washing! We also have internet access, a swimming pool, and an outdoor entertainment area for the use of our guests.
Aussie Way Hostel is just a short walk to Roma Street Parklands, the Brisbane Transit Centre, Suncorp Stadium, Paddington & Caxton Street nightlife, and only ten minutes to the city centre.
The Coach Trans Airport Shuttle bus drops off at Aussie Way's front door. We accept all major credit cards for payment upon arrival. Please note we are an International Travellers hostel and will accept bookings from International Travellers only.
We are a small hostel and our office doors close at 8:00pm. Please let us know of your arrival time upon booking, however please note we cannot accept arrivals after 10:00pm.
There is a 3% surcharge on paying with EFTPOS. There are ATM's near the hostel if paying with CASH is desired.
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The hostel was very well located, a short walk to entertainment- movie theatre, pubs ,restaurants and cafe's. I would recommend to other travellers and back-packers. My room was small but well located to bathrooms. Really good value I thought. The pool looked inviting but the weather was inclement. Perhaps next time. A relatively easy and short walk to the city from hostel and close to Roma St Station.
A basic, friendly hostel in an old fashioned traditional Queensland house on a residential street about 10 mins walk from the main transit centre (bus & train) and about 15 mins walk to the city center.
The hostel had fridges and ceiling fans in the dorm rooms, a nice pool, internet access (1 PC) and a pool room with TV and DVD player etc.
While we were there there were some long-term residents from Ireland, England and Germany who seemed to be there together. They were nice enough but if you're not in the mood to get drunk and smoke weed I'd give it a miss!
Overall a decent, fairly priced alternative to the bigger 'party hostels' that are all too common in Australia.
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