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Sydney, Collaroy Beachouse YHA

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  • Getting here by bus

    50 metres from hostel to Collaroy bus stop. Catch the E88, E87, L90 or L88 from Carrington Street at Wynyard Station (Stand D). Tickets are not sold onboard the buses on weekdays. Pre-purchase your ticket from the station ticket office between 7am and 7pm or use an OPAL card.

    Nearest airport

    30 km from Sydney Collaroy hostel to airport . Direct shuttle bus service from Sydney Airport to Collaroy (independent paid service, must be pre-booked).

    Getting here by ferry

    Ferry from Circular Quay to Manly then catch bus 151/155/156 to Collaroy Beach.

    Around the hostel

    Main attractions

    • Long Reef Point
    • Collaroy Beach

    Nearby facilities & attractions

    • Marine Parks
    • Coastal Walk to Manly
    • Surf Schools
    • Water Skiing 
    • Sailing tours
    • Canoeing/Kayaking 
    • Bushwalking/Hiking
    • Cycle Paths
    • Collaroy Cinema

     

     

    Find us...
    Address 4 Collaroy Street
    Collaroy, NSW 2097
    Email collaroy@yha.com.au
    Phone (+612) 9981 1177
    Hostel Manager Lisa Moegle
    Payment MasterCard, Visa
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  • Sydney, Collaroy Beachouse YHA

    Sydney's northern beaches are arguably some of the best beaches in Australia. Thankfully, Collaroy YHA Hostel is just a stone’s throw (50 metres) from Collaroy beach and an easy commute to Dee Why, Manly & Palm Beach (Used in the filming of Australian TV series ‘Home & Away’).

    Collaroy YHA is more than just backpacker accommodation, featuring modern facilities, swimming pool, BBQ area, common area with arcade games, pool table, ping pong table, free Wi-Fi, TV/video room and lounge with log fireplace. 24-hour security access and nearby cafe serving breakfast and lunch. Lots of work for backpackers in local area – the hostel provides information and advice.

    762 customers have rated this hostel

    Accommodation

    • Sleeps 214 guests
    • Multi-share dorms
    • Double/Twin rooms
    • Ensuite rooms
    • Family rooms
    • Group bookings

    Facilities

    • Air-conditioning
    • Barbecue
    • Bicycles
    • Games room
    • Parking
    • Surfboards
    • Swimming pool
    • Free Wi-Fi

    Activities

    • Beach
    • Bushwalking/Hiking
    • Canoeing/Kayaking
    • Sailboarding
    • Sailing
    • Snorkelling
    • Surfing
    • Swimming

     

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    Find us...
    Address 4 Collaroy Street
    Collaroy, NSW 2097
    Email collaroy@yha.com.au
    Phone (+612) 9981 1177
    Hostel Manager Lisa Moegle
    Payment MasterCard, Visa
    Right now in Collaroy...
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    Opening times

    Hostel Open all year
    Reception

    Summer: 8:00am-8:00pm

    Winter: 8:30am-7:00pm

    If you are planning on arriving outside of these hours, please phone the hostel to make alternative arrangements.

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    Check out until 10:00am daily
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    Things to do in Collaroy

    Collaroy YHA is only metres from the beach and offers free use of surfboards, body boards, and snorkels.

    Learn to Surf - Book one of our surf packages or discounted surf lessons whilst staying at the Sydney Collaroy YHA, located close to 21 of the best surfing beaches in Sydney including Manly! 

    Other activities include kayaking, futsal, sailing, and bushwalking in the local national and marine parks.

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    FREE things to do in Collaroy
    1. Swim, surf or relax on Collaroy Beach
    2. Borrow a body board or snorkel from the hostel to explore the ocean
    3. Go bushwalking in the local national and marine parks