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What's On

  • 48 Hours in Melbourne

    Planning a whirlwind weekend escape? Tom Smith discovers how to make the most of two days in Melbourne.

  • Airlie Beach Festival of Music

    74 brands from across the world will head to the heart of the tropical Whitsundays for a massive 3 day music festival.

  • Giddy Up For the Spring Racing Carnival

    Gentlemen suit up and ladies get your frocks on for one of the biggest sporting events on the Victorian calendar. The Spring Racing Carnival is here and it’s going to be bigger and better than ever!

  • Party with the quokkas at Rottofest

    Rottnest Island’s annual comedy and music festival is back to rock the land of the quokka and put on the liveliest show you could imagine.

  • Why I rented a whole YHA

    Indulge in the tales of the fine folk who've rented their very own YHA, and be inspired for your next shindig! Au revoir, Airbnb! Sayonara, Stayz!

  • Field of Light at Uluru

    Don't miss the unique opportunity to experience the beautiful Field of Light with the stunning back drop of Uluru in the amazing Red Centre.

  • Tastings on Hastings 2017

    NSW North Coast – start working up an appetite! Tastings on Hastings is back for its 15th delicious year, and we very literally couldn’t be more excited. Or peckish.

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.