The hostel was pleasant enough (although we have been in a lot better since) but the most annoying thing was all the rules the hostel enforced. It was like they were dealing with children.
Maybe it's because most of the backpacking clientele in Australia are young but after the freedom of Asian hostels it was a bit of a shock to the system. We did meet some nice travelers there though and thank god it was not one of the infamous party hostels.
Its a slight walk from the city centre.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Brisbane’s inner city escape. This boutique hostel is in a heritage listed colonial style building constructed in 1872. It holds all the charms of its historic past blended with today necessities with its open verandas, classic design and wooden floors, with air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, pool and BBQ area. Aussie Way prides itself as a clean, safe environment with a no alcohol policy that ensures, all get a good nights sleep. It does however promote Brisbane’s top entertainment and nightclub district, shops, restaurants and cinema only a few minutes walk away. Its close to Suncorp stadium and only a seven minute walk to the Brisbane city and transit centre. Limited parking available. Aussie Way Boutique Hostel operating for over 27 years, your “Inner City Escape”. ... more less
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