Regular buses depart from Southern Cross Station heading towards Yarram. The hostel is located 200 metres from the Foster bus stop. For timetable information contact PTV on 1800 800 007
Prom Coast Backpackers YHA is centrally located in the peaceful township of Foster, gateway to Wilsons Promontory National Park. The hostel is only 100 metres from the main shopping area and has a self-catering kitchen, free Wi-Fi, free laundry facilities for backpackers, lounge with TV/DVD and board games as well as a veranda with a BBQ.
The hostel can organise transport to Wilsons Promontory National Park for approximately $30 per person by prior arrangement.
Both private room and multi-share accommodation is available. Contact the hostel directly to enquire about multi-share room availability (prices start from $30 per person per night for YHA members). Please note that accommodation and check-in time must be arranged in advance as the Prom Coast Backpackers YHA managers are not located on-site.
7 AM to 10 PM
Please note that accommodation and check-in time must be arranged in advance as the hostel managers are not located on-site.
YHA members save at least 10% off accommodation at YHA hostels.
Prom Coast Backpackers YHA is in the perfect location to explore stunning South Gippsland with its vast, beautiful beaches and farmlands. Foster is at the gateway to famous Wilsons Promontory National Park, mainland Australia's southernmost point. This beautiful national park offers sweeping white beaches, granite mountain views, stunning rainforest, wild wombats and days worth of hiking and cycling tracks! Don't have a car? No worries! The hostel can organise transport for you for $30 one way to the national park with prior notice.
The Foster township itself has historic buildings, the historical museum, a relaxing local pub, cute cafes and the Foster Craft markets (held monthly during the holiday season). Close by there is excellent windsurfing at Shallow Inlet, beautiful views from Foster North Lookout, fishing at Corner Inlet, excellent swimming at Sandy Point and Waratah Bay, plenty of local wineries and Agnes Falls (Victoria's highest single span falls). The Great Southern Rail Trail also goes through town for cycle enthusiasts.