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Darwin International YHA, Darwin

Darwin International YHA offers a unique travelling experience and has a relaxed Northern Territory atmosphere. Located in the city centre, the YHA features a large swimming pool surrounded by sun lounges and palm trees, a games room and a spacious sundeck.

Facilities include bike hire, a fully equipped self catering kitchen, luggage storage, security lockers, a small food store, laundry facilities and a barbecue. A full range of discount backpacker tours and travel packages are available from the tour desk. Darwin International YHA is located in the heart of a backpacker haven. Pubs, nightclubs, outdoor cafes, cinemas and restaurants will keep you entertained.

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YHA Dormitory

The YHA dormitory rooms are four or eight share rooms, with access to shared facilities. All rooms include security lockers for your convenience.


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