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How much do hostels cost?

The standard of hostels in Australia is generally very high due to competition (there are a lot of them around!), they are usually quite cheap as well. But as with anything, you get what you pay for, so in most cases the price usually reflects the standard of the hostel and possibly the amount of beds they cram into one room. Expect to pay anything from $15 to $35 for a dorm room of 4-10 beds and there may be a few freebies thrown in to entice you to stay - an hourís free internet, free breakfast or maybe even a free beer! Hostels in city centres tend to be pricier than those on the outskirts of town.

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