NSW Backpackers & Hostels Accommodation

Seeking a place to stay in Regional NSW - or simply want to known that there's a good hotel or motel where you can break your journey along the way? Seek and you shall find a range of affordable, convenient accomodation options around the state.

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  1. Towers Lodge

    Towers Lodge Dubbo is centrally located budget accommodation, situated just minutes from Dubbo's central business district, and just a short walk from the Dubbo train station/bus terminal. If you are visiting a loved...

  2. Crown and Anchor Hotel

    The Crown and Anchor provides clean, affordable accommodation in the heart of the Newcastle central business district Arts and Cultural precinct. Perfect for overnight, short, medium and long term stays, caters for...

  3. Riverina Hotel Holbrook

    Enjoy great value pub style accommodation at the Riverina Hotel Holbrook. You can eat, drink, and stay all in the one place when spending the night at the Riverina. With great value bistro meals, and pokies and TAB in...

  4. Mungo Shearers Quarters

    Mungo National Park is located in Outback New South Wales and can be easily accessed from Wentworth, Mildura, Balranald and Broken Hill.Located within the park are the Mungo Shearer's Quarters. ...

  5. Doodle Cooma Arms Hotel

    Enjoy great value, pub style accommodation at the Doodle Cooma Arms Hotel. You can eat, drink, and stay all in the one place when spending the night in Henty. With great value bistro meals and cold...

  6. Coonara Farm Stay

    Coonara Farm Stay is a located at Tocumwal on a farm about seven kilometres from town, the well maintained farm house has been set up with dormitory style shared accommodation. The house is fully furnished,...

  7. Kinchega Shearers Quarters

    Kinchega Shearers Quarters is approximately 111 kilometres south east of Broken Hill, located in Kinchega National Park.The Kinchega Shearer's Quarters provide an excellent opportunity to spend a...

  8. Trilby Station

    Trilby Station, a vast 320,000 acre merino sheep and goat station, is situated on the banks of the Darling River in Outback New South Wales, near the village of Louth on the Darling River Run Adventure Trail....

  9. Heritage Park Bathurst

    Heritage Park Bathurst has eight farm motel units and three large bunkhouses which can accommodate up to 250 people. As well there is a country style kitchen/dining room, conference room and large drome/hall. Ideal...

  10. Bega Caravan Park

    Bega Caravan Park is a friendly and peaceful park - it is the perfect base for travellers to relax and enjoy the views, and discover the hinterland and Sapphire Coast. In the heart of the valley,...

  11. Araluen Lodge

    In the heart of Jindabyne, just 200 metres from the shores of Lake Jindabyne, Araluen Lodge is a perfect getaway for families, groups and organisations. It is the ideal location for winter ski trips and a great base...

  12. Bunkhouse Grafton

    Accommodation comes in a variety of room/dormitory configurations that sleep two to twenty two people. With the exception of one queen bed, all other bed configurations are single bunk beds. This ensures management...

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Cheap Hostel Accommodation in NSW

Travelling inexpensively around NSW is easy with the great range of hostel and backpacker accommodation available. Meet like-minded fellow travellers and enjoy all the facilities you could want and need for a hassle-free stay.

NSW is home to some of Australia's most beautiful coastal regions, and one not to miss is Jervis Bay on the South Coast. The region is just a couple of hours' drive from Sydney and this idyllic pocket of pristine beaches, National Parks and friendly seaside communities is a great spot to hang out all year round. You'll find great hostel accommodation in Lake Conjola and Ulladulla.

On NSW's North Coast, head straight to the seaside haven of Port Stephens, famous for its snorkelling, Stockton Bight sand dunes and great hostels in Anna Bay and Boat Harbour, just minutes' walk from One Mile Beach. Further north, backpackers are also sorted in Byron Bay, with accommodation right in the heart of town or next to the beach.

In the Blue Mountains, there are heaps of hostels close to Katoomba's shops, eateries and Echo Point. You'll also find backpacker accommodation in the Megalong Valley and Jenolan Caves, one of the oldest cave systems in the world.

Love your wine? Head to Cessnock and Barrington Tops in the Hunter Valley; it's easy to hop on a wine-tasting tour right from your hostel. Or, enjoy a rural break at a backpacker hostel in Armidale, Bathurst, Wagga Wagga or Tamworth - all great locations to base yourself while checking out the best country NSW has to offer.