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I stayed at Surf n Sun for a few weeks. Cheap stay, perfect location, within 10 minute walking distance to Cavill Avenue/all local shops, Coles, restaurants and more. Super market, bottle-o and yummy cafe directly across the road, what more could you want! Tram station...More
Great hostel located a few minutes walk from the beach. Surfers Paradise North Tram stop is located outside the building which gives easy access to the city and other places of interest.
Few things to note
* free use of computers and printing...More
Booked this hostel based on the fact we were here one night and they claimed to be a very social hostel with good location.
For starts, the place could really do with some updating, the sofas in the living area are extremely worn, stairs feel...More
Upon arrival, we were greeted by minimally friendly staff. The rooms were okay, however, the bathroom was filthy (the shower head was about 5 feet off the ground, had to duck to use). The fan didn't rotate making the room uncomfortably hot. The kitchen closes...More
This hostel is by far the best hostel I've stay in Australia 🇦🇺. Still currently here as a long termer now, as am working in surfers paradise 😊. The staff are the main attraction there more like family so friendly helpful in every way! And...More
US$22 - US$50 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Surf N Sun Beachside Backpackers Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Australia