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Leave the car and get to this YHA by bus/ferry. The view is beautiful and the room/shower/kitchen are clean and well equipped. The outdoor fire pit is always an attraction at night. Take an early morning walk to watch the sun rise, then kayaking in...More
Great place, relaxing and with a beautiful view. Can hire kayaks from the hostel. Good walks nearby too. Rooms at clean and shared bathrooms are clean too. Shared kitchen is really well equipped with everything you need. Bit irritating they ask for a $10 fee...More
YHA is a wondering example of a youth hostel - all you need with amazing views and wildlife. We booked it out for the weekend for a group of Girl Guides, but it's also ideal as a getaway for couples etc. Kayaking, lots of bush...More
Response from YHA_Backpacker, General Manager at Pittwater YHAResponded March 28, 2016
Thanks for your review and we are glad you and the girls enjoyed our very unique location and setting. We were sorry to hear that you had an upsetting experience as you left. We can assure you though that thousands of guests stay...More
Had a brilliant one night stay at the Pittwater YHA in November. Great place to take international visitors on a budget so they get to experience the beauty of the area. Arrived on a 40C day, super hot. Bobbie looked after us and ensured we...More
I stayed in Pittwater YHA with my friends and it was a wonderful stay for us! We received a warm welcome when we arrived at the accommodation, and we also found that the room and the bathroom is really clean! Pittwater YHA is really suitable...More
Hillside lodge is nestled over Morning Bay in Ku-ring-gai National Park. This hostel is an easy escape from the busy city life of Sydney and ideal for groups. Attractions include bushwalks to lookouts and Aboriginal engravings, plus from the hostel you can see native birds, wallabies, possums and goannas. Paid Wi-Fi available.