Palace Hostel Hervey Bay

Torquay, Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$22 to AU$70

Having recently undergone major renovations, Palace Hostel Hervey Bay is a short three minute walk from Hervey Bay's stunning beaches, cafes and shopping precincts.

Set within tropical gardens, Palace Hostel offers dormitory, double or twin rooms in self-contained apartments. Each apartment features its own kitchen, dining and lounge area. Guests are encouraged to relax and chill out around the refreshing outdoor swimming pool or make use of the free barbecue facilities, 24 hour television room, communal laundry, internet access, pool tables or information desk provided by the hostel.

Your bed night cost includes all linen, shared facilities and secure key card access.

While in the region, it is recommended you take the trip of a lifetime and check out World Heritage Fraser Island on a Palace Adventure tour.

Other attractions around town include the whale season (July to November), the Fraser Coast Discovery Sphere and a number of natural and local tours. Don't miss out on seeing this beautiful part of the East Coast!

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
10 Bideford Street
Torquay, Hervey Bay
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Rooms are non-smoking with en-suite. Double Rooms contain one double bed only. Each room is fitted with secure door locks and each bed with anti-bedbug mattress casings.

Rooms are non-smoking with air conditioning and fresh linen. Six share rooms have three bunk beds. Each room is fitted with secure door locks and each bed with anti-bedbug mattress casings.

Rooms are non-smoking with air conditioning and fresh linen. Four share rooms have two bunk beds. Each room is fitted with secure door locks and each bed with anti-bedbug mattress casings.

Rooms are non-smoking with air conditioning and fresh linen. Ten share rooms have five bunk beds. Each room is fitted with secure door locks and each bed with anti-bedbug mattress casings.

Rooms are non-smoking with air conditioning and fresh linen. Eight share rooms have four bunk beds. Each room is fitted with secure door locks and each bed with anti-bedbug mattress casings.

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