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, Fremantle Markets, Western Australian Maritime Museum, and The Shipwreck Galleries.
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Travel Blogs from Fremantle

Hillary's boat harbour & Sorrento beach

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Nov 18, 2014

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... amp; gift wrapped and stashed away too. I was most satisfied that I was now nearly done in that department, even managing to grab myself an Xmas day dress along the way. Purchasing finally in hand, I was being pulled in a certain direction eagerly by Andy, who had got bored and wandered off himself to take a gander around, as I had plenty to occupy myself with. Leading me thru the maze of shops and pamper bars he introduced me to Chocolateria San Churro ...

From east to west - an 8.500km journey

A travel blog entry by movi on Nov 14, 2014

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... and had even driven Australia’s longest stretch of straight road: a total of 90 miles, yes that’s 146,6 km straight – can you imagine that in Europe?

After the completion of the Nullarbor our journey brought us south again to Esperance where we jumped right back into some lovely national parks. Our first stop was ‘Cape Le Grand National Park’, famous for its snow-white beaches, turquoise waters and kangaroos that like sunbathing ...

North Western Australia the red desert.

A travel blog entry by tudyfrudy on Oct 14, 2014

... They even want to send some of them to Cambodia. why not let some of those families live in the towns in Northern Territory and North Western Australia and try to make those places a bit more self-sufficient; They will be able to produce most of their own food, solar energy, farming etc. English language schools (would get other Asians in), integration courses, education, health. Anything is possible there, and most people will already be used to the hot ...

Last flight and home

A travel blog entry by lil.wombat on Sep 02, 2014

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... we would be commencing our descent into Perth. We were a tiny bit early. They have improved the arrivals process in Perth making it a lot easier, and the e-gate worked for me this time so I didn't have to queue up. Customs has improved to. Much faster and easier. I had to declare my shoes that I took out walking with me as I was unsure as to quite how much soil was still on them, but they were fine.

Walked out to hear ...

So, What Do I Have To Do To Get Out Of Here?

A travel blog entry by georgegoode on Aug 07, 2014

... stores. What do I mean by that? Well, in the rest of Bali, the hawkers don't leave you alone, they see you, they call out to you, they make you an offer, you say 'No,' but they follow you anyway, intent on selling you something. They seem to suffer from selective deafness, because they just can't seem to understand the word 'no'. Maybe it doesn't exist in their language, but somehow I don't think that's quite true; like ...