Pittwater YHA

Address: Halls Wharf, Sydney, New South Wales, 2105, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Halls Wharf, Sydney, is near Newport Beach, Mona Vale Beach, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, and Bilgola Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Sydney

    Winston, Putin & the really wild show

    A travel blog entry by catandstu on Oct 09, 2015

    3 comments, 50 photos

    ... Oz you'll understand the noise! If not it's like a really loud OOOOOH OOOOH AHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!! Like a monkey or a crazy laugh! Not funny at that time in the morning!! Despite the lack of sleep we were keen to do a bush walk in the blue mountains national park. The horrible, wet, misty weather didn't put us off and we went ahead. It turned out the walk we had chosen was a walk along a ...

    Not all those who wander are lost.

    A travel blog entry by dancrook919 on Sep 11, 2015

    1 photo

    ... could do it! 3 days of work, each 10-12 hours long at 21 dollars and hour, not a bad start!

    I got back to hostel about half 3 and then headed to the shop to get some food (including fruit!!) as I was starving!! now this shop to also include 2 boxes of goon for a big night tonight! gotta get the partying out the way before all this work! :D

    "Fear nothing! Have peace until the morining! heed no nightly noises!"


    Last stop Sydney

    A travel blog entry by ruthtolchard on Jul 18, 2015

    21 photos

    ... Cairns, watched the stars in a swag at Uluru and Kings Canyon, took a trip to Bondi, went sightseeing round the Northern Beaches, and I think I have been on most forms of transport...trains, planes, busses, coaches, a sail boat, catamaran, rubber dinghies, hot air balloon, ferries and cars. The people I have met along the way have made it an incredible trip, and I know I have friends for life in Peaches, Ashley, Lou and Allan. No wonder I'm exhausted, I think I need a ...

    Thoughts gone wild..

    A travel blog entry by lil_gem on Jun 09, 2015

    6 photos

    ... time I have been able to see it through.. Coming out here was Step 1 and finding a way to STAY was Step 2. This is what I am working daily towards and needing to remember that is what is going to help me.

    Having my mom here was an eye opener to how much she cares, how much I mean to her and how scared she is to not have her baby by her side. Both my parents have given me the world of opportunities and I could never thank them enough. This mini one on ...

    The Rocks and the Blue Mountains

    A travel blog entry by luckyme1wayaway on Mar 25, 2015

    ... with an english family, we (a girl I met in the hostel the evening before) arrived in the place with amazing endless view, behind hundreds of chinese tourists..but we adapted us quickly and made at least so many pictures as they did in a lot of photo sessions (the day with the most pictures), then we rode with the steepest train in the world and had a nice picnic in the remote area which the tourist buses can't reach:)