Occupying an historic timber house circa 1872, this charming little hostel features rooms with traditional Qld VJ walls and modern comforts.
A relaxed subtropical vibe permeates this popular hostel, located on Petrie Terrace behind a yellow stucco wall dripping with bougainvillea.
This hostel has been operating as a budget accommodation option for out-of-towners since its creation as the People’s Palace by Salvation Army architect Colonel Saunders in 1911.
A modern and slick outfit, Chill is the closest backpackers to the city centre from the Upper Roma St’s backpacker alley.
Perched on a breezy hill spot with city vistas is this multi-storey Queenslander with wraparound latticed verandas, hammocks, lush tropical gardens and a salt water pool.
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