King Street Backpackers

197-199 King St, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Melbourne

2nd day- Great Ocean Road Tour

A travel blog entry by travelori


On our 2nd day we're off to explore the coastal scenery of Victoria and once again availed the private tour of ATWAD.

Here's the itinerary:

-morning tea at Torquay beach
-Visit Bells Beach, famous for its international surfing competition although at this point you cannot fully appreciate this surfer's paradise for …

1st day Melbourne- Dandenong Ranges Tour

A travel blog entry by travelori


We have heard so much about the beautiful country side of Victoria and its vast wineries so we opted to avail a private tour of the Dandenong Ranges via the ATWAD Tour.

So here's the trip:

-Morning tea in the middle of a forest park where you have the liberty to feed lyrebirds
-Puffing Billy steam …

If jetlag was a person,its punching me in the face

A travel blog entry by leannecromie


Jetlag is not a myth.
It is hiding under your bed.
And it WILL get you.

It will make you paranoid.
It will make you dilusional.
It will make you have breakfast at 4am, caught in a vicious cycle of being in bed by 7 but plagued with sleepless nights.

How dare I question its existence with my setting the watch ahead …

Melbourne, familiar faces, tennis, beaches + more

A travel blog entry by jonnyandjanette

This is a top pick!

When we arrived into Avalon airport we didn't quite realise that we were still another 60k from Melbourne and so that explained why our flights were pretty cheap. We get a bus into the centre and get to our hostel which is another contender for worst hostel of the trip. It’s looking like Australia doesn’t do hostels well. A massive dorm …

Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours

A travel blog entry by kat25


So its been a week since I last updated. Ramsay street was awesome if a little surreal, we also went to lassiters complex, the garage and school. On the monday night I then went to the neighbours night and met Karl kennedy, michael williams and janae timmins. Plus our table won the quiz and I came second in a dance competition winning a pass for …

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This hostel, located in the Melbourne CBD area of Melbourne, is near Melbourne Aquarium, Immigration Museum, Flagstaff Gardens, and Urban Penguin Tours.
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