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What's On

  • Sunshine Coast Craft Beer and Cider Festival

    Enjoy a cold brew and soak up the sun rays at the Sunshine Coast Craft Beer and Cider Festival this November.

  • Hyper Real Hype

    Describe the Hyper Real exhibit, you say? Existential, immersive, sensory, mind-broadening, and certainly not to be missed.

  • How to celebrate Christmas like an Australian

    You won’t see much mulled wine but you’ll find plenty of cold beer– welcome to Christmas, Aussie-style.

  • NYE in the Park, Sydney

    Bring in 2018 with a party that promises to blow every other New Year’s bash you’ve ever been to out of the Harbour.

  • From Blue Mountains, With Love

    All. Stays. Half. Price. In. December.

  • Kitties and coffee

    With purrfect Cat Cafes popping up in Sydney, Perth and Melbourne, we’d like to officially welcome Australia to the table. It may have some cat hair on it.

  • An Aussie Summer of Sport

    Grab your tickets sports fans and strap yourself in for a wild summer of sport!

  • How to speak "Heaps Good" in rAdelaide

    Just got your head around Aussie slang and keen to take it a step further? Then wrap your laughing gear around this heaps good list of lingo (language) that only an Adelaide local would know.

Hostel Network

  • YHA Australia

    YHA Australia is the largest backpacker accommodation provider in Australia, with quality, fun and affordable hostels all around the country. Get the latest information about YHA Australia.

  • International Hostels

    YHA is a member of Hostelling International, with more than 4,000 hostels worldwide in fantastic and unique locations. Discover the real hostel experience and find your dream adventure with HI.

  • New Zealand Hostels

    YHA has many hostels throughout New Zealand, from remote locations such as Ahipara and Te Anau to the more popuated tourist spots such as Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and, of course, Queenstown.

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