Melbourne Central YHA

  • Melbourne Central YHA - Rooftop Sunset
    • Melbourne Central YHA - Rooftop Sunset
    • Melbourne Central YHA - Exterior
    • Melbourne Central YHA - Reception
    • Melbourne Central YHA - Indoor Balcony
    • Melbourne Central YHA - Kitchen
    • Melbourne Central YHA - Balcony
    • Melbourne Central YHA - 4 Share Mixed Dorm Room
    • Melbourne Central YHA - Double Room
    • Melbourne Central YHA - Twin Share Female Room
    • Double/Twin Room
    • Melbourne Central YHA video
    • Melbourne History
    • Melbourne Central YHA - Rooftop
  • Very clean Hostel, well situated in the Center of Melborne. Nice and well organised kitchen area. Good place to stay for a while!

    Andrea N. (October 2014)

    Just for one night... But the perfect location makes all the weakness nothing...

    Min D. (October 2014)

    great staff, always feel welcome at Melbourne Central YHA.

    Andrew M. (October 2014)

    It's absolutely a wonderful place to live when you traveling.Great staff and service.I love it!

    Tingting L. (October 2014)

    Very friendly and helpful staff, excellent location and great facilities.

    Rebecca D. (September 2014)

    Really good hostel. Small kitchens! Once the communal area will be there it will be perfect!

    Katrien B. (September 2014)

  • Melbourne Central YHA is a trendy hostel located in the heart of Melbourne City!

    *Important* Melbourne Central YHA is currently undergoing renovations to create fabulous new communal spaces. The hostel is running as normal but guests may experience some noise during daytime hours. 

    Stay in the centre of the action and explore vibrant Melbourne with Melbourne Central YHA. Our hostel is ideally located only minutes walk from Melbourne's main attractions including Southern Cross Station, Crown Casino, Yarra River, Federation Square and Melbourne's hidden laneways filled with famous street art, cafes and unique bars.

    Our YHA offers modern facilities with two compact self-catering kitchens and internet lounges as well as an amazing rooftop complete with BBQ for you to enjoy the city views and meet new friends.

    Our friendly hostel never closes with 24 hour reception and our staff are always ready to answer your questions, give you local advice on the best spots to go in Melbourne and help you make the most of your trip.

    Book a room at Melbourne Central YHA and experience it for yourself.

  • Facilities

    • Barbeque
    • Cafe
    • Disabled Access
    • Food Store
    • Internet/E-mail
    • Television
  • Activities

    • City Sightseeing
    • Cycling
    • Galleries/Museums
    • Hot Air Ballooning
    • Shopping
    • Swimming
    • Street Art/Laneway tours
  • Things to do

    Melbourne Central YHA is in the perfect location to explore the city! The hostel is only a short walk to Melbourne's main attractions including Federation Square, ACMI, Yarra River, Bourke St Mall, Eureka Skydeck, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Docklands, Crown Casino, Etihad Stadium, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Aquarium and so much more.

    The free City Circle Tram and the $5 Melbourne Tourist Shuttle stops directly out the front of the hostel and will take you to iconic Melbourne sites such as the MCG, the Shrine of Remembrance and Rod Laver Arena.

    Catch a tram to bohemian St Kilda and walk along the beachside esplanade or head over to Fitzroy and see the eclectic cafes, bars and boutiques.


    Melbourne's events calendar is jam packed with fun throughout the year. Events include AFL,Australian Open Tennis, Formula 1 Grand Prix, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Melbourne Cup and Spring Fashion Week as well as many music festivals.


    Melbourne is a great place to go out with lots of unique hidden restaurants, bars, pubs and nightclubs for every taste with many close to the hostel! Check out our list of top places.

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    Food Store

    Melbourne Central YHA is just 50 metres from the nearest food store.


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