Author: 
Daronet
Date: 
Tuesday, 18th Jan - Friday, 18th Feb

Budget hostels in Melbourne are a clean and safe alternative to a hotel. Nearly all Melbourne budget accommodation in will provide you with fresh linen and towels for your use during your stay. And some special backpackers hostels even offer a complimentary breakfast. Most Melbourne backpackers hostels have air conditioning, available luggage storage, no curfews and 24 hour reception. Some have key card access, car parking and travel information, as well as a "local" to get inside information about where the best restaurants and hangouts are in the area.

Most Melbourne budget hostel accommodation have kitchens and/or laundry facilities that are accessible to all guests. Moreover, most supply free wifi internet – for most backpackers need to be connected in order to plan their trip and book their next backpackers hostel. Some travelers might like to share with their friends and family back home how fun this backpackers hostel in Melbourne is!

Then there are those glitzy ‘flashpacker’ budget accommodation in Melbourne that are first-rate and provide some rooms with their own bathroom, appealing to those who appreciate privacy, and also for those wishing a little more luxury. These fancy hostels also offer concierge services and access to a pool and workout facilities as well as many other little extras.



Many backpacker hostels in Melbourne are not that child-friendly – and most budget hostels in Melbourne only allow guests who are 18 years or older. Nevertheless, this opens up more options to explore for budget accommodation specifically tailored to families.

Some Backpacker hostels in Melbourne are located in renovated warehouses in St Kilda close to the beach, some are located in YMCAs, some occupy a corner in the CBD, and some are cozy guesthouses. Some are in residential areas, while some are positioned in the center of Melbourne’s action.


A really entertaining hostel to stay at is the Habitat HQ Hostel – Melbourne’s best hostel for backpackers, groups, and those exploring Victoria’s capital on a budget. The dorm beds are about $30 to $40 AUD per night and it located close to the St Kilda beach, and countless St Kilda bars and restaurants . Habitat HQ is the best backpackers hostel in Melbourne, without a doubt.