YHA Australia has great hostels all around the country. From Sydney to Perth, Darwin to Hobart, and everywhere in between - there's a YHA hostel for you!
No two hostels are the same - you could be sleeping in a train carriage, an old movie theatre, a former prison cell, a tropical bungalow or a purpose-built eco-hostel.
Are you looking for the adventure of a lifetime? Explore Australia with our point-to-point tour packages, or check out
the local scene with great deals on day trips and activities.
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Are you looking for the adventure of a lifetime? Explore Australia with our point-to-point tour packages, or check out the local scene with great deals on day trips and activities.
If you have a group of 10 or more and are looking for affordable, quality group accommodation, lots of city and
rural YHA hostels have excellent facilities for you. Some hostels can even provide meals for your group as well!
YHA Australia is part of the world's largest backpacker accommodation network, Hostelling International (HI),
providing more than 4,000 hostels in over 60 countries.
Take a Stateliner Bus from Adelaide to Port Augusta and then rent a car to get to Rawnsley Park Station. Journey time between Adelaide and Port Augusta is approximately five hours.
Rent a car from Port Augusta. Rawnsley Park YHA is 136 kilometres from Port Augusta. It should take approximately two hours to get there. Alternatively, you can drive direct from Adelaide - a distance of 576 kilometres, which will take about five hours.
It looks like you want to travel to somewhere we don’t have a YHA hostel. We’ve partnered with properties around Australia to ensure we don’t stand in your way of exploring. This property is a not member of the YHA network however you can still book your accommodation here. Standards may vary and YHA member discounts do not apply.
Rawnsley Park Station is a multi-award winning property that adjoins the Flinders Ranges National Park and overlooks Wilpena Pound. Rawnsley Park Station offers the experience of a working sheep station combined with top-class tourism facilities - making it a real hostel with a difference. Situated on a 3000 hectare property at the base of Rawnsley Bluff, the Rawnsley Park Station looks out onto the vivid colours of the majestic Flinders Ranges. Don't miss this unique hostel.
8:00am to 6:00pm
If you are planning on arriving outside of these hours, please phone the hostel to make alternative arrangements.