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Bunk Brisbane, Brisbane City

Bunk Brisbane is located in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane’s restaurant and entertainment hub. They are a hostel consisting of eight, six and four share dormitories, standard and deluxe doubles and self contained loft style apartments. All rooms are air-conditioned and have their own ensuite (single rooms share bathrooms).

Facilities include, 24 hour reception, pool, spa, travel and job desk, bar with nightly entertainment and giveaways, plasma screen surround sound television room, full commercial kitchen, cafe, individual bed reading lamps, locker storage, guest safe, swipe card security access and over 40 closed circuit television surveillance cameras.

They are only 18 months old and the 2005 travel guide, Lonely Planet, considered them ‘Brisbane’s pick of the bunch’.

Call or visit their website to make a reservation.

Accommodation Options

Double Deluxe Room

Single Room

Apartment Three Share

This apartment was previously called a Loft Apartment.

Apartment Four Share

This apartment was previously called a Two Bedroom Apartment.

Eight Share Dormitory

Six Share Dormitory

Four Share Dormitory

Twin Room

Double Room


Popular Activities

  • Swimming
  • Nightlife

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