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Stayed a couple of nights in a double, we had a tv, fridge and sink in the room and it just seemed to be a handful of long term campers living there so it was nice and quiet. The place is put together pretty randomly,...More
Single room, next to toilet and shower. Good price, all that the website stated. Clean. Administration helpful. Bright old building. Had a fan and small fridge. Kettle in kitchenette. Good position. Worth looking at.
Hostel is okay. It smells like feet but most hostels do. Staff speak broken English, which led to a lot of miscommunication. Otherwise, the location is awesome (very close walk to the beach.) Definitely recommend if you don't want to spend any time besides sleeping...More
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In all honesty you could give me the shittest bed and it could be the most run-down place but if your staff are welcoming and informative, I would be one very happy traveller. Lamrock Lodge unfortunately lacked a lot of that. Upon arrival there wasn't...More
I stayed for 8 days and wish I had stayed longer, very clean and tidy big rooms large kitchen and dining area, staff were lovely always very helpful and friendly, every one spoke to each other, t.v, fridge, sink and table in the rooms only...More
US$21 - US$82 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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An iconic Australian suburb, Bondi Beach is famous for its fantastic beaches and views. Once the domain of backpackers, hundreds of tourists from all over the world descend en masse to Bondi in December ready to enjoy the "Aussie summer". Bondi Beach boasts impressive ocean views all along the many restaurants and bars on Campbell Parade. Wake up early and take a dip in the surf before walking the scenic stretch from
Bondi to Coogee Beach. Stroll through the Saturday organic markets in North Bondi or grab some fish and chips and relax in the grassy area opposite the beach. For more upscale cuisine, head down to Hall Street where a range of new eateries have recently opened. Just make sure to save enough energy for the buzzing nightlife Bondi Beach has to offer.