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Melaleuca On Mitchell – Darwin YHA

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0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
7.8
Very good 1544
  • Perfect Location
Free WiFi

Melaleuca on Mitchell is Darwin’s premier backpacker and budget accommodation experience located in the heart of the CBD’s entertainment district.... More...

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Youth Shack

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0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
7.1
Very good 367
  • Perfect 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...

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Down Under Hostels on Harriet

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0.8km from city centre - Show on Map
7.5
Very good 370
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

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

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Chilli's Backpackers

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0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
7.3
Very good 384
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
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...

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Down Under Hostels on Mitchell

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0.6km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Wonderful Location
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

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

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Value Inn

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0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
8.6
Fabulous 29
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff

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...

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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 rainforests to explore, indigenous people to meet and a truly tropical climate. Not to mention a thriving nightlife scene, that attracts backpackers from far and wide.

Darwin hostels really encompass the laid back and relaxed Aussie vibe: you’ll have ‘no worries mate’ whether you decide to sip a cold alcoholic beverage by the pool or take part in the hostel’s 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. There are hostels with pools and plenty of air-con dorms and private rooms, so keeping cool is possible!

Hostels in Darwin are scattered around the city centre, which is easy to navigate. You can stay in a Darwin hostel next door to the Darwin Entertainment Centre, where there is regular live music and events. Or find your backpacking base nearer the beach on the Esplanade and book into a street-art walking tour with your hostel crew. Wherever you stay you won’t be far from a decent selection of cafes, bars and restaurants.

One of the most popular things to do in Darwin is getting up close and personal to saltwater crocodiles. You can see them in the wild, with a trained guide of course, so no need to visit those in captivity. Or 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. An absolute must if you find yourself in Darwin is to get educated on the indigenous community’s culture and there are many opportunities to do so.

Even though Darwin is Australia’s smallest major city, its transport options make getting around a breeze for any traveller. 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.

We have 6 hostels in Darwin with an average rating of 7.5 based on 3,229 reviews 6 of 6 properties available in Darwin

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 rainforests to explore, indigenous people to meet and a truly tropical climate. Not to mention a thriving nightlife scene, that attracts backpackers from far and wide.

Darwin hostels really encompass the laid back and relaxed Aussie vibe: you’ll have ‘no worries mate’ whether you decide to sip a cold alcoholic beverage by the pool or take part in the hostel’s 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. There are hostels with pools and plenty of air-con dorms and private rooms, so keeping cool is possible!

Hostels in Darwin are scattered around the city centre, which is easy to navigate. You can stay in a Darwin hostel next door to the Darwin Entertainment Centre, where there is regular live music and events. Or find your backpacking base nearer the beach on the Esplanade and book into a street-art walking tour with your hostel crew. Wherever you stay you won’t be far from a decent selection of cafes, bars and restaurants.

One of the most popular things to do in Darwin is getting up close and personal to saltwater crocodiles. You can see them in the wild, with a trained guide of course, so no need to visit those in captivity. Or 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. An absolute must if you find yourself in Darwin is to get educated on the indigenous community’s culture and there are many opportunities to do so.

Even though Darwin is Australia’s smallest major city, its transport options make getting around a breeze for any traveller. 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.