Everyone had told me glebe was to far out from the CBD to enjoy it's sights but I found this not to be true!
A bus pass to get into the city costs less than $3 one way but purchasing a ten pass for $18.40 works out cheaper if your travelling a that often and the bus stops just outside of the hostel and they run up to midnight in the week and till 3am on the weekends!
Think the lay out is good, with the kitchen on the ground floor along with the tv room, and thought the rooms were a good size.
Found other than meeting people in my room though the atmosphere wasn't great in the hostel but I was travelling out of season so it was quieter I suppose. Glebes got loads of trendy bars and independent restaurants to try so in the evening you don't have to go far to be entertained!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Glebe Point YHA is one of Sydney's most relaxed hostels and great for people on a working holiday. Choice of rooms and a lounge/tv room, free Wi-Fi hotspot (Premium Wi-Fi Plus also available), rooftop BBQ area with city views, jobs and car sales noticeboards and tour desk. Glebe is Sydney's Bohemian leafy inner city area, known for its cafes, restaurants and pubs. Vibrant with students and artists alike, minutes from the city centre. Enjoy the village atmosphere while using the hostel as a perfect base to explore. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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