7 Best Female-friendly Hostels in Sydney

Best Female-friendly Hostels in Sydney

Base Sydney

Base Sydney is Sydney’s most centrally located budget accommodation venue, so said the Lonely Planet guide book.Spend some time staying with us and you will understand why Base Sydney is the place where the coolest and funkiest people in Sydney hang out.

Location: 477 Kent Street, NSW 2000 Australia, Sydney, Australia

The Downing Hostel

We are a small, chill, cheerful hostel located right in the center ofall the hustle of Sydney.ou can go to all the main things to do and seein Sydney by foot! Too tired? Museum and Town Hall train stations are on
the corner!

Location: 253 Castlereagh Street,  Sydney, Australia

Wake Up! Sydney Central

This hostel is located just next to the Central Station, near Paddy’s Market and Chinatown and a short walk from Darling Harbour. Travelers tell us they appreciate the hostel’s ‘very engaging community’, with staff who ‘are super friendly and go out of their way to accommodate you’, hosting parties and events every day.  

Location: 509 Pitt Street, Opposite Central Railway , Sydney, Australia

Wake Up! Bondi Beach

The recently refurbished property is home to a spacious rooftop furnished with umbrellas & deck chairs showcasing panoramic views of Bondi Beach, the coastline and its surrounds. The multi-story hostel offers a range of room types from private twin and double rooms to 4 and 6 share mixed dorms with a number of premium dorm options looking straight over Bondi Beach.

Location: 110 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach , Sydney, Australia

790 on George

Come on in and stay with the 790 family. 790 on George is located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD on its historic George Street just a stone throw from the cities Chinatown and conveniently positioned just a few minutes from Central.

Location: 790 George Street, Sydney, Australia

Sydney Central YHA

Sydney Central YHA was voted the best in Australia and the second-best in Oceania in 2009, and this clean, spacious hostel continues to receive high ratings, especially for its location. It’s set next to the buses and trains at Central Station and is a short walk from Paddy’s Market and Chinatown.  

Location: 11 Rawson Place, Sydney, Australia

Lord Wolseley

The ground floor comprises a historic public bar and restaurant and the upper floors are for accommodation only.we are minutes’ walk from Chinatown which offers the cheapest dining options in Sydney, and there is a picturesque cliff-top park 1 minute walk away that has free public barbecue/cooking facilities – and great sunset views!

Location: 265 Bulwara Road, Ultimo, Sydney, Australia

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