Sundancer Backpackers Resort

Address: 80 High Street, Fremantle, Western Australia, 6160, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 80 High Street, Fremantle, is near Fremantle Prison, Western Australian Maritime Museum, Fremantle Markets, and The Shipwreck Galleries.
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    Travel Blogs from Fremantle

    Bunbury to Perth

    A travel blog entry by den-jen on Apr 07, 2015

    17 photos

    ... so we decided to do a 200km round trip through the Ferguson Valley. Our First stop was Wellington Dam in the Wellington National Park followed by lunch in Collie. a mining and timber town with a strong railway connection. Gnomesville as the name suggests is all about Gnomes, it's situated on a roundabout at the junction of Wellington Mill and Ferguson Road. There are over 3000 gnomes and growing daily as visitors to the ...

    Sand boarding, Surfing, and More.

    A travel blog entry by nathanaustralia on Mar 10, 2015

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... gave us beginner boards, which are meant to be used by sitting down on them. However, many of us, myself included, decided to try to stand up. Guess how that went.....Surprisingly well! Even though I have never snowboarded or anything, I was able to stand up and make it all the way down the hill! I don't know if there are any pictures of this. I'm waiting for more pictures of us sand boarding to be uploaded so I can steal ...

    Arrival to Perth and Moore ;)

    A travel blog entry by nathanaustralia on Feb 14, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... Upon arrival back home, Ken took me around their village in the buggy (golf cart). Ken filled me in on some of the inner workings of the Village. For example, when someone moves in, they choose their plot of land, and their house is brought in by crane in two pieces, set on the foundation, and TA DA! House! During that time any neighbors within a certain distance must move out, usually for only a day or two. Before heading back to the house, Ken and I played ...

    Goodbye Sunny Perth!

    A travel blog entry by hayleym on Jan 19, 2015

    45 photos

    ... together (which I'd paid for at the shop, he conveniently didn't have any money and wouldn't until he flew out to the mines in a weeks time so I ended up paying for it all which annoyed me, I felt like he was planning to use me for my $ that night). But I'd planned to met up with Paul that night when he got back to the hostel, so I wanted to socialise and have some drinks before hand. I seemed to get on pretty well with Robbie that night, but there were points when I was ...

    The Southern Hemisphere

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Dec 16, 2014

    4 photos

    ... 160;At the back of the plane there were also leaflets offering advice for Muslims praying on board. The crew did a particularly good job of pacifying the passengers: after food was finished with, they asked everyone to shut all the windows. Ben thinks this was so that the passengers would fall asleep or get engrossed in a film rather than becoming bored or restless. Drinks were offered every few minutes and the landing was strung out for the best part ...