Adelaide Travellers Inn
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Adelaide Travellers Inn was our home for a couple of weeks about 9 months ago when we were looking for work, so returning there had a strange 'coming home' kind of feeling about it. It was chosen purely for the fact it has a car-park and we can sleep in the van for $7.50 each a night. Once again we took up job hunting and in-between long stints …
We enjoyed chilling out in Adelaide for a few days. It has a really laid back country feel to it with wide streets and plenty of parks and trees. Being in a city is a great opportunity for us to fill up on cheap fuel (it ranges from $1.29 to $1.52 depending where you are) and stock up on food. We've found that canned meals can actually be rather …
Overall Adelaide is a nice city and has alot to offer, I for one preferred it to Melbourne. During our two day stay the Fringe Festival was in the full swing of things so there was lots going on in town. There was street entertainment (see pictures), comedy acts, alternative music concerts and silent discos, plus …
Had a brilliant time today! We've been on a mountain bike trip this morning and along the way we stopped at Cleland Wildlife Park, where we fed kangaroos and stroked koalas!!! Its was so cool! The kangaroos are used to people so they just come upto you and eat from your palm. We also saw the Tasmanian Devil, disappointed it didnt …
Hello!!! Not been on here for a while so thought I'd send you a quick update. We're staying at Adelaide Travellers Inn now which is sooooooooooooooo much better than our last hostel. We've made loads of mates here and have been lucky enough to be in a dorm room with another brilliant couple from laaandan (London), Chloe & Jack. We've just …
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Adelaide Travellers Inn is rough around the edges but on the two occasions I have stayed there it has provided a great sense of community.
Situated on the outskirts of town on the village-feel Hutt Street this accomodation is much quieter than other hostels in the city and also caters for those wanting more privacy with the double and family sized motel-style rooms at the back.
The large balcony overlooking Hutt Street is a vibrant and social area where many drinks are shared of an evening.
The dorms here are usually 4 or 6 beds and some even have their own bathroom. The lounge has a large TV and comfy sofas. The kitchen is relatively small but cleaned regularly.
Great for long term stays or just a quick weekend visit. Gary and Chloe on the front desk are always willing to help with finding work, especially when it comes to the all important regional work for second year visas!
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