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TravelPod Member ReviewsSugarloaf Backpackers Coffee Bay
This is a family run establishment with a good vibe and the bonus is it is quieter then the other backpackers in the area. So you can party at the others and then come home to sleep. The food was delicious and definitely worth the price. Staff goes out of their way to help you anyway they can. Place was clean and secure for being in Coffee Bay.
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