Surfside Bondi Beach Backpackers
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This was the best organised backpackers that we have stayed at so far in Australia. It also had a nice character to it. Although they bump the price by $3 each by charging you for making the beds they do give you 45 minutes of internet access too. You just don't have a choice whether you want it or not.
I was pretty annoyed that the manager decided to charge the balance of my stay to my credit card and charge me a surcharge for doing so. This was before I had even arrived! If it hadn't been for this I might have given 5 stars.
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