Western Australia

There are 16 hostels featuring WA

$28.5
per person
Albany, WA

Located in the historical part of Albany, the hostel dates back to the 1800's. Old world charm cheerfully blends with modern amenities to create a relaxed atmosphere. Magnificent views over Princess Royal Harbour from the top story.

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$29.5
per person
Bunbury, WA

You'll feel at home at the friendly Dolphin Retreat YHA hostel. Walk to the city and beaches. Free daily breakfast, fully-equipped kitchen, common room and travel information.

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$34
per person
Quindalup, WA

Dunsborough Beachouse YHA is the ideal base to enjoy the attractions of the Margaret River. Close to the vineyards, amazing coastline and unspoiled national parks, you'll love it!

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$31.5
per person
Pemberton, WA

Pemberton YHA, the only hostel in town, is situated in an original mill house cottage, that has been fully refurbished with modern kitchen and bathroom, wood fire, and a gas barbeque.

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$28.5
per person
Walpole, WA

A warm homely atmosphere awaits you at Tingle All Over YHA. This Walpole hostel has a spacious kitchen and wood fire in the lounge during winter, as well as heaters in most rooms.

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$28
per person
Esperance, WA

Esperance YHA hostel is a great base for exploring the Cape Le Grand National Park where kangaroos laze on the pristine beaches, only 15 minute walk to town.

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$31
per person
Kalgoorlie, WA

Experience Kalgoorlie, famous for its gold mining history, ghost towns and historic pubs. During your stay at the Kalgoorlie YHA hostel, see the 500m deep super pit, the largest working open-cut gold mine in Australia.

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$32
per person
Exmouth, WA

Situated in the heart of Exmouth, located on the grounds of the Potshot Hotel Resort, Excape Backpackers YHA is the perfect place to plan your Ningaloo Reef experience.

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$31.5
per person
Denmark, WA

For those that like a cosy place with an intimate feel, this is the baby of all WA hostels. A great little YHA in a great little town, where atmosphere and community comes first. The huge table in the dining room is infamous for its stimulating conversations.

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$30
per person
Margaret River, WA

Margaret River is the backpacker capital of Australia’s South West, voted by Lonely Planet as one of the top ten regional destinations.

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$26
per person
Perth, WA

The award-winning Perth City YHA offers everything you could want in backpacking accommodation: real heart, great value, safe and secure, central location and attention to detail.

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$18
per person
Broome, WA

Kimberley Klub YHA is a 5 star backpackers resort located within walking distance to both the airport and Chinatown. The hostel is surrounded by tropical gardens and African Gazebos overlooking the swimming pool.

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$26.5
per person
Kununurra, WA

Kimberley Croc YHA is a multi-award winning hostel that offers value accommodation in the heart of Kununurra. At the hostel, backpackers have access to shops, bars, restaurants, art galleries and the many unique local attractions that are in and around Kununurra.

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$23
per person
Fremantle, WA

Fremantle Prison YHA is the only hostel in WA with world heritage status - a 19th century prison that’s been converted into modern accommodation for adventurous backpackers.

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$31.5
per person
Lancelin, WA

Lancelin Lodge YHA is only 1.5 hours drive north of Perth. The hostel is close to windsurf/kitesurf/surf beaches, town attractions and facilities. Friendly, relaxed home atmosphere, free use of bikes and other activity equipment. Log fire in winter and 15 metre swimming pool.

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$29.5
per person
Kalbarri , WA

The Kalbarri Backpackers YHA is centrally located to town and only minutes from the river and beach. Friendly and relaxed atmosphere, tour bookings and information desk. The hostel is a great base for exploring the Kalbarri National Park and Murchison Gorge.

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FREE things to do in WA

  1. For a once in a lifetime experience, swim with giant whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef.
  2. Take a photo with a Quokka and cycle around to any of the 63 beaches on Rottnest Island.
  3. Enjoy the world class wineries, craft breweries, tall trees and walking trails of the Margaret River region.
  4. Tour the award winning World Heritage listed Fremantle Prison - day or night options available.
  5. Witness the 'Staircase to the Moon' as the full moon rises over Roebuck Bay in Broome.
  6. Enjoy a sunset swim and fish and chips on Perth's Cottesloe Beach.
  7. Enjoy vibrant waterfront precinct of Elizabeth Quay on the Swan River in Perth CBD.
  8. Immerse yourself in the history, beaches, music and colour of Fremantle.
  9. Travel the coast from Perth to Broome and be blown away by the diversity of scenery and wildlife
  10. Journey the south west of the state for stunning beaches, tall-timber forests and ancient caves.

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