**Winner of the 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009 Brolga Award for Best Backpacker accommodation in the Northern Territory** ***Winner of TNT Magazine's Golden Backpak award 2007, 2008 & 2010 NT Best Backpackers Hostel. 2008 NT best Backpackers Night*******
The Melaleuca is definitely Darwin's best Backpacker hostel, located on Mitchell Street right in the heart of the city allowing for easy access to all of the shopping, dining and awesome nightlife that Darwin has to offer. All of our rooms are spacious and clean with air-conditioning and fans, as well as individual security lockers for each guest. Female or Mixed dorms available on request, all at great prices!
The hostel boasts the best leisure deck in the Top End (if not the World!), with a 4 metre Big Screen, Wide screen TV, sports and music channels, 2 fantastic pools and spa with waterfall, licensed poolside bar, outdoor pool table, table soccer, darts and much more. The deck also has our self-catering kitchen (the largest in any Darwin hostel) with a laundry also for your convenience located on the 2nd floor sun deck.
Our Reception, Tour Desk and Internet Cafe are all open 24hrs with our friendly staff able to assist in what to see and do around town and organise the trip of a lifetime for you to any destination Australia wide. So for great prices, a great atmosphere and a great time, come and stay with us!
The Melaleuca Crew!
Photo ID is required on check in
Payment for bed is due upon check in
All guest must be 18 years or older
Check in time is from 14.00
Check out time is by 10.00
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