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Walpole YHA

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  • Getting here by bus

    100 metres from the hostel. Daily Westrail Service from Perth and Albany to Walpole. Phone the YHA to be picked up.

    Late arrivals by appointment only. If there is no availability online, please contact the hostel directly to check if there has been any cancellations.

    Around the hostel

    Main attractions

    • Walpole-Nornalup National Park
    • Giant Tingle Tree
    • Ancient Empire
    • Bibbulmun Track
    • Mount Frankland National Park

    Nearby facilities & attractions

    • Walpole Nornalup Visitor Centre
    • Forests of Tingle and Karri trees
    • WOW Wilderness Eco Cruise
    • Nornalup Inlet
    • Circular Pool
    • Swarbrick 
    • Fernhook Falls
    Find us...
    Address 60 Nockolds Street
    Walpole , WA 6398
    Email tinglealloveryha@yahoo.com.au
    Phone (+618) 9840 1041
    Hostel Manager Peggy Polkinghorne
    Payment MasterCard, Visa
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  • Walpole YHA

    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. Bicycle and hire cars available! Complimentary tea and coffee for all guests.

    Please note this hostel will be closed for Winter from June 1st.

    • Superb! Love to stay here! Everything was well prepared! Definitely will come back if we have a trip to Walpole! 😊
      100%
      Nimas S October 2016
    • Friendly, comfortable with great facilities in a great location.
      100%
      Jarred W July 2016
    • One of the best hostels I have stayed at. The lady that runs the hostel is just lovely.
      100%
      Katharina D June 2016
    • Peggy the manager was lovely and friendly. Made you feel really welcome. Loved coming home to a warm fire in the lounge room after a day of exploring the area.
      100%
      Caren J June 2016
    • Warm, friendly owner. Great facilities. Would definitely recommend this hostel to others.
      100%
      Jenny M February 2017
    • Cosy hostel owned by nice people ! Free lemons and tomatos from the garden ! Very Good wifi, I recommand for sure !
      95%
      Anais B March 2016
    • Walpole is the friendliest town in WA, and this hostel reflects that!
      97%
      Carole C July 2015
    211 customers have rated this hostel

    Accommodation

    • Sleeps 12 guests
    • Multi-share dorms
    • Double/Twin rooms
    • Family rooms

    Facilities

    • Bicycles
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Television
    • Tour desk

    Activities

    • Beach
    • Bird watching
    • Bushwalking/Hiking
    • Canoeing/Kayaking
    • Fishing
    • Golfing
    • National Park
    • Swimming
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    Find us...
    Address 60 Nockolds Street
    Walpole , WA 6398
    Email tinglealloveryha@yahoo.com.au
    Phone (+618) 9840 1041
    Hostel Manager Peggy Polkinghorne
    Payment MasterCard, Visa
    Right now in Walpole ...
    01:42 AM | 16°C | Summer

    Opening times

    Hostel Open all year
    Reception

    8:30am-11:00am and 3:00pm-8:00pm

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

    Check in 3:00pm-8:00pm
    Check out until 10:00am daily
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    Things to do in Walpole
    Walpole is situated in the middle of the 18,000 hectare Walpole-Nornalup National Park. Forests of Tingle and Karri trees and unspoilt coastline. From the Walpole YHA hostel you can visit the famous Tree Top Walk and Ancient Empire. See the Giant Tingle Tree, the largest girthed living eucalypt known in the world.Take a hike in the surrounding forest, including the Bibbulmun Track. Tours available from the Walpole YHA hostel.
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