Blue Galah Backpackers Hostel
AddressLevel 1 / 62 King William Street AdelaideSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
A friendly, 140-bed hostel with an enormous balcony above King Willie St (perfect for the Oz boutique beers from the bar) and an environmental bent. Rooms have good security and excellent mattresses, but some are sans windows and a little squishy.
Our independent authors have visited Blue Galah Backpackers Hostel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Adelaide.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Security
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Breakfast Included
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Pool Table
- Free Internet Access
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Linen Included
- Washing machine
- Luggage Storage
- Outdoor Terrace
- Wheelchair Accessible
Description provided by property
Blue Galah Backpackers Hostel offers guests the unrivalled city centre location with large balconies, and friendly staff.
The hostel has a 24-7 Convenience Deli, luggage storage, the safest fire protection, designated smoking zones, and great quality Sydney Olympic beds with full-inner spring mattresses.
Includes free light breakfast and free rice for any meal, free bedding linen, plus we have Global Gossip fast broadband connection, VOIP phones, a pool table, free use of DVD's & satellite TV in a quiet, relaxed atmosphere and the Adelaide's largest balcony to chill out on. Full laundry and kitchen facilities are also included. We have public notice boards and offer to help those who are looking for jobs or with guests' travelling in general.
We have dorms from 3 to 10 beds as well as singles, doubles, twins and shared dorm rooms. We also especially cater for group bookings with our on staff Event Manager, and all his contacts including excellent transport arrangements.
Valid international passport or drivers license is required to check in.
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