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I was worried at first, the hostel does look a little bit old. The bathrooms were a bit dirty (this is mostly due to other backpackers - for some reason I kept finding dirt in the sink on the bottom floor? - but I don't...More
Noisy party hostel. A lot of ppl staying here and the kitchen is too small for everyone. The toilets and showers I think are cleaned twice a day, they are often very clean any way. The rooms are dirtier and small and dark and not...More
The room was small, but had lockers which was nice. They offer free limited Wifi that works good in the rooms. The hostel offered an amazing breakfast with homemade pancakes, eggs, everything you want. The bad part is that it's a traveler agency that pays...More
The Hump Backpackers is a place, that offer each possibility to get fun. They offer an wonderful free breakfast, free Bbq, Movie with ice cream biscuits and a lot of other.
Kindness people, free use of pc
Great atmosphere hostel in a perfect location.
15 minute walk into the CBD and a 1 minute walk to Kings Cross train station. Staff very friendly and helpful. Always extremely clean and has private bathrooms, which is pretty rare for a hostel! Free buffet breakfast...More
US$20 - US$49 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Changing liquor laws are remodeling "The Cross," Sydney's red light district. These new rules have encouraged trendy cafes and boutiques to pop-up in the area, as well as organic markets on Saturdays. The area's nightclubs are still popular with youngsters, however, who will dance to the early morning hours on weekend nights. There are plenty of artifacts from Kings Cross' shady past when gangsters and liquor
houses owned the place. Today, one can still find a variety of adult entertainment venues in this evolving area.