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31 Hostels in Perth, Western Australia, Australia

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Sorrento Beach Manor

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17.3km from city centre - Show on Map
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Located in Sorrento and only a 5-minute walk from a safe swimming beach, Sorrento Beach Manor Guest House offers incredible luxury within a private setting.... More...


We have 31 hostels in Perth with an average rating of 7.4 based on 10,067 reviews

About Perth

In the past Perth has been seen as the little sibling to its well-known bigger family on the east coast; Sydney and Melbourne. But forget those past perceptions, Perth is evolving and has undergone big developments in recent years.

In terms of your perth hostel options, expect a mixture between budget and modern chic hostels. Comparable with most modern-day hostels, you’ll find a mixture of private and dorm room options, which makes the planning of any style trip, an easy one. Fremantle is home to a modern conversion of a 19th-century prison - the only hostel in WA on a world heritage site. No matter what type of holiday you’re after, we’re sure that your hostel in Perth will be a memorable and exciting experience.

Perth offers centralized youth hostels with options in the city itself, and for those looking to hit the nightlife scene, there are hostels on the doorstep of the action in Northbridge. On the other hand, for a more cultural experience opt for a hostel in Fremantle – don’t worry you’ll also find a decent amount of nightlife activity here too! If you’re after a true Aussie beach getaway stay at one of the beachside hostels in Perth.

Chances are if you’re a traditional backpacker, you’re keen to find cheap, yet interesting things to do in the places you visit. Lucky for you there is a variety of free things to do in Perth. Take a trip up to Kings Park to explore the botanical gardens and panoramic view over the city. Explore the historical Fremantle and its markets, bar hop city rooftop bars or visit the kangaroos on Heirisson Island (walkable distance from the city centre!).

The cheapest way to explore Fremantle and Joondalup is to hop on one of the free CAT buses. For travel on the bus and trains, you can either purchase a Smartrider (travel card) which you can top up or buy single tickets for each journey. The city of Perth also has free city walking tours every Monday – Friday which are a great option to get your bearings when you first arrive, plus it’s free so you might as well.