Sydney Central YHA is a three-time winner (and Hall of Fame) in the Australian Tourism Awards. It is housed in a heritage-listed building officially opened by Friedrich Muth, President of the International Youth Hostel Federation on March 8, 1997. It is open to all travellers regardless of race, religion, or political opinion. It is in the heart of the city centre and close to all the action! Opposite Sydney’s Central Station, in the hub of the backpacker precinct, this hostel offers backpackers accommodation at its finest quality. Here are the top 4 Items We Love about this 5 star rated hostel!
1.) Cinema House
Entrance is free as long as you are a YHA guest! Inside are cozy couches better than commercial movie houses.
2.) Koala Mural
I never had a chance to see a Koala on my Australia visit. This Koala wall mural made me feel that I am really in Australia!
3.) Photo Booth
This free photo booth reminds me that most of the people staying here are Millenials!
4.) Sustainable Tourism
In this era of climate change, we must support establishments promoting sustainable tourism. YHA Sydney Central is one of them!
How to go to Sydney Central YHA: The last stop of your Murrays Bus from Canberra will be in Sydney Central Station. From there, you can just walk around 5 minutes to 11 Rawson Place, Corner of Pitt St and Rawson Place (opposite Central Station)
How much is the room rate: Prices may vary per season, you may look up Sydney Central YHA in this link: https://www.yha.com.au/hostels/nsw/sydney-surrounds/sydney-central-backpackers-hostel/#detail