Hostelworld.com

Group of 15 or more?

Contact our Group Travel team directly for a tailor made solution for your group

×
×
Darwin : of 8 Hostels available

8 Hostels in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Available
  • When do you want to stay in Darwin?
  • Search for availability & prices

Group of 15 or more?

Contact our Group Travel team directly for a tailor made solution for your group

FILTER
SORT
MAP
LIST
  • Price
  • Rating
  • Distance
  • Name
LESS
Average price per night - USD
close
Overall Property Rating
close
close
close
  • show more show less
close
close
You have active filters - clear all
We are showing you properties with a rating of 7 or higher. Click here to show all
Hostel

Melaleuca On Mitchell – Darwin YHA

Hostel
0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
7.7
Very good 1344
  • Perfect Location
Free WiFi

Melaleuca on Mitchell is Darwins newest, biggest and best equipped backpacker and budget accommodation...... More...

View
Hostel

Down Under Hostels on Harriet

Hostel
0.8km from city centre - Show on Map
7.2
Very good 316
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

Free Laundry, Free Unlimited WiFi, Air-conditioned Rooms, Jacuzzi, Free PS4, Free Pool Table, Foxtel, BBQ, Modern Kitchen and Great Location.on.... More...

View
Hostel

Down Under Hostels on Mitchell

Hostel
0.6km from city centre - Show on Map
7.1
Very good 24
  • Wonderful Location
Free WiFi

FREE Laundry, FREE Fast Unlimited WiFi, Air-conditioned Rooms, Nice Swimming Pool, FREE BBQ Facilities with great outdoor space in a central Location!... More...

View
Hostel

Chilli's Backpackers

Hostel
0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
7.2
Very good 357
  • Perfect Location
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Darwin's best kept secret for travellers and those on a budget looking for value for money accommodation, Chilli's Backpackers Hostel is centrally located right in the heart of Darwin.... More...

View
Hostel

Gecko Lodge

Hostel
1.5km from city centre - Show on Map
8.0
Fabulous 134
  • Wonderful Location
  • Superb Staff
Free WiFi

Gecko Lodge is a small, family run backpackers hostel located on the main street of Darwin, just out of the night life noise but close enough to walk...... More...

View
Hostel

Youth Shack

Hostel
0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Wonderful Location

Located right in the heart of Darwin on Mitchell St, the Youth Shack is a great choice for backpackers and travellers looking for affordable, value for money accommodation.... More...

View
Hostel

Frogshollow Lodge & Backpackers

Hostel
0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Rated the best backpackers in Darwin by Lonely Planet (2002), with free breakfast, 24hr check-in and a fantastic tour desk.... More...

View
Hotel

Value Inn

Hotel
0.3km from city centre - Show on Map

The best value in town, this clean and friendly budget accommodation has everything you need but also goes the extra mile free use of its nextdoor sister hostels waterfall spa, licensed bar, two pool... More...

View

We have 8 hostels in Darwin with an average rating of 7.2 based on 4,059 reviews

About Darwin

The capital of Australia’s Northern Territory and the gateway to Kakadu National Park, Darwin is sure to not disappoint when it comes to climate and culture. Closer to Bali than Bondi, Darwin is a backpacker’s dream with unique things to do and a tropical climate.

Darwin hostels really encompass the laid back and relaxed Aussie vibe, you’ll have ‘no worries mate’ wether you decide to sip a cold alcoholic beverage by the pool or take part in the hostels activities. Due to Darwin being Australia’s only tropical capital city you’ll find hostels in Darwin have a lot of emphasis on their outdoor and terrace areas. In terms of backpacker accommodation, we’re sure you will love your stay in the Northern Territory’s capital and your Darwin hostel.

All of our hostels in Darwin are scattered around the city centre giving you more flexibility when choosing your perfect backpacker accommodation. No matter what your interests when exploring Darwin, it’s public transport makes getting in and out of the city’s hustle and bustle a breeze.

One of the most popular (and Insta famous) things to do in Darwin is getting up close and personal in the Cage of Death with saltwater crocodiles at Crocosaurus Cover. For those who are not dear devils hop on a tinnie (Aussie slang for a boat) and go fishing, explore the Darwin Military Museum, Mindil beach sunset markets or take a stroll along Darwin’s waterfront with cafes, swimming lagoons and a wave pool. For a little more adventure try exploring Darwin’s National Parks, take a cruise and experience the wetlands. Head on down to the harbour to catch a movie outdoors at the Deckchair Cinema.

Even though Darwin is Australia’s smallest major city its transport options make getting around a breeze for any traveler. To use the public bus network, you can either purchase a Tap and Ride card or buy single fare tickets each time you use the bus. The card costs $20 AUD, so if you’re going to be in town for a while this would be your best option as once you have the card you can either take 10 bus trips or use it for 7 consecutive days of unlimited travel. Hiring a bike or exploring the city via foot are great ways to get up close and personal and explore the city’s inner treasures.

Hostelworld Mobile Apps

Book on the go with the new Hostelworld mobile apps.

Search and book more than 36,000 properties in over 170 countries, from anywhere.

Newsletter Sign Up

Submitting your info

Thank you for signing up to our newsletter!

Sign up for our newsletter to get the best hostel deals and news sent straight to your inbox. You can unsubscribe at any time.

×