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We stayed for 2 nights in a private room in The Guesthouse, which is a separate building across the street. The kitchen had all the essentials and was clean whenever we were using it. Breakfast basics (toast, cereal, tea and coffee) were a welcome inclusion....More
This place was amazing. Everything I needed exactly when I need it. Staff were absolutely incredible, very helpful and friendly. The energy in the hostel is energetic, fun, and friendly. Great place to meet people. I think there was a free breakfast offered each morning...More
I lost my swipe card the first night, when I couldn't find where I has parked my car. My first night in an unfamiliar town, I was overtirred and searched for hours. I had one beer at the Fringe, then walked up and down city...More
My boyfriend and I stayed here for five days in Adelaide. On the whole we really enjoyed our stay here. The hostel was functional, in a well located place; just five minutes walk to the main high streets of Adelaide. The kitchen was well maintained...More
Response from BackpackOz, Manager at Backpack OZ
Hi and thanks for taking the time to write a review of your stay at Backpack OZ.
We understand your concerns about the bathrooms. Yes they are cleaned to an inch of their life each and every single day, but they are slightly dated and...More
USD 18 - USD 58 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I am Catherine from Malaysia. may I know whether we are allow to buy raw food from the market and cook ourselves for dinner? Is refrigerator provided for storage? I am exciding with raw food of the western countries and wish to try out ourselves.
I travel plan to Adelaide for a week end of November. what will be the recommendations for local travelling?
20 October 2014|
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Yes you can. All of hostels there are with kitchen, so you can cook raw foods and keep them in fridge if you can't finish them. Central Market is the biggest traditional market in Adelaide which nearby Chinatown, the prices... More
Yes you can. All of hostels there are with kitchen, so you can cook raw foods and keep them in fridge if you can't finish them. Central Market is the biggest traditional market in Adelaide which nearby Chinatown, the prices of foods is usually better than supermarket.
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