Transit Backpackers

Address: 251 Liverpool Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 251 Liverpool Street, Hobart, is near Salamanca Place, Savoy Baths & Day Spa, Shopping in Hobart, and Sub-Antarctic Plant House.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsTransit Backpackers Hobart

      Reviewed by romilein

      Noisy and dirty

      Reviewed Jan 14, 2011
      by (3 reviews) Munich , Germany Flag of Germany

      Not a good place for a relaxing stay, it's crowded, the rooms are stuffed with bunks and the kitchen and toilets are very dirty. Therefore it's cheap and has a good location near the town centre of Hobart.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Transit Backpackers Hobart

      3.00 of 5 stars Good

      Travel Blogs from Hobart

      Port Arthur

      A travel blog entry by marcandnat on Jan 01, 2015

      36 photos

      ... test fail).

      Otherwise the drive to Port Arthur was as lovely as any other drive in Tasmania, though Marc does regularly wonder why every Tasmanian drives 20 km below basically any speed limit and if the speed limit were 20 km - would they come to a halt?

      We arrived around 9.45 and got our entry tickets at the Visitors Centre, which included a walking tour and a harbour boat tour as well as any plays being presented on the grounds. ...

      Welcome to mini New Zealand - aka Tasmania

      A travel blog entry by mandersandhels on Nov 14, 2014

      19 photos

      ... burbs of Hobart we were up early to meet our friends Sam and Liz who we'd met in The Gibbon Experience, Laos for brekkie as they are Hobart locals. Such fun to catch up over eggs and hear about their upcoming hike across parts of Tasmania - definitely made our strolls seem like small fry.

      Back in the car again and this time heading north to the seaside town of Burnie and the home of Great Uncle Peter and Great Aunty Gwen.

      Hobart to Adelaide and everything in between.

      A travel blog entry by hazdrew on Nov 10, 2014

      3 comments, 28 photos

      ... Possibility there is a leak which somehow gets into the speakers as they were fussy sounding all morning but seemed to improve the longer we had the heat blowers on. Water, electricity and heat one of life's great combinations. Gambled that it would be clearer back on the coast and won. Cape Otway lighthouse provided us with some spectacular views down this stretch of wild and rugged coast.

      Got into an interesting discussion with the guide at the lighthouse ...

      Departure minus 8 hours or so

      A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf on Sep 20, 2014


      ... flight. I got the suitcase out of the cupboard and thought about starting to pack. I got the bag I was going to use as carry on and did the same. The couch was covered with stuff I thought I might need. There was clean laundry I hadn't bothered to put away because I knew I'd be taking it with me. On my study floor was a collection of cables, chargers and neatly labelled ziplock bags. I had coffee. I pottered around. ...

      It's All About The Wine

      A travel blog entry by bradmac120970 on Jun 27, 2014

      13 photos

      ... was exceptional. Met a couple of groovy chicks in Gabby and Genevieve and we gave the product range a good going over. Some lovely wines here and boy did we need them before heading into this gallery. Not sure I have ever witnessed or observed such dark representations of life. Not one for the kids and definitely worth checking out but wowee...pretty dark and depressing stuff. Close to two hours of wanting to slit my wrists, saw us emerge from the darkness and ...