4 Items We Love About Railway Square YHA, NSW, Australia

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      Sydney’s most laid back hostel, Railway Square YHA, adjoins Central Station and is within minutes to the best pubs and restaurants in Sydney, Chinatown and Darling Harbour. Here are the top 4 items we love about Railway Square YHA here in Sydney!

1.) International Youths

        I met a lot of international people. The receptionists are French and German. The breakfast server is Bulgarian. The hostel’s janitor is Chinese. In the chill-out area, I met Spanish, Colombian, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Arab and German friends!

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2.) Scenic Chill Out Area

        Who thought that only 5-star hotels should have this ambience? I stayed here for a couple of hours. I took a selfie of that Big Ben tower look-alike. I recorded here my birthday greetings to my mom.

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3.) Very Nice Wall Art Installation

         I had some self pity this morning after realizing that Sydney is very expensive for me; that a 10 AUD burger would make me cry. I got a positive uplift of this YHA wall art installation near my room. What you feel depends on how you think. I feel good today!

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4.) Train Cabin-like Rooms

       Spend a once-in-a-lifetime night in a funky railway carriage on Platform Zero of Central Station or in one of the comfy rooms in the historic main building. It normally gets fully booked thus I suggest you book in advance! This backpacker hostel features a free Wi-Fi hotspot (Wi-Fi Plus also available), 24-hour access, tour desk, indoor and outdoor communal areas and self-catering kitchen.

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How to go to Railway Square 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 8-10 Lee Street (crn Upper Carriage Lane & Lee St or entry via the Henry Deane Plaza)

How much is the room rate: Prices may vary per season, you may look up Railway Square YHA in this link: https://www.yha.com.au/hostels/nsw/sydney-surrounds/railway-square/#detail

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