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Old Firestation

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18 Phillimore Street Fremantle 6160 Australia
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Description Old Firestation

Hotel Old Firestation
Come home to our funky, converted Firestation and become one of the many who just can’t leave! With staff committed to providing helpful travel advice, job assistance and the latest info on events and attractions in and around Fremantle, its no wonder this place sticks on people. Facilities include laundry, outdoor cinema (compete with Foxtel), job board, your own dish set and locker, and a 24-hour common area with a fully equipped kitchen, FREE internet access, FREE play station, FREE pool table, FREE coffee & tea and FREE movies! But don’t get caught inside and miss our awesome outdoor courtyard complete with over 20,000 songs on our self serve jukebox, a free BBQ, ping pong and our famous monthly theme parties. Our female guests can even enjoy an exclusive common area, kitchen and shower facilities just for the ladies!If our endless amenities don’t take up all your time, Fremantle city will! Whether you are after museums, beaches, markets, shopping or just a great coffee on a sunny afternoon, The Old Firestation is right around the corner. We are also only a three minute walk from the transit centre, making getting here or day tripping to Perth easy!Did we mention we are also own the oldest Indian restaurant in Perth? Yep, and our backpacker dinner specials start at $4.50!Comfortable, safe, fun and one-of-a-kind, the Old Firestation Backpackers is a must stay for travelers eager to meet other outgoing, adventurous people. Just see what Lonely Planet say:“Behold, is this a dorm with natural light and fresh currents of air? It feels secure here and the girls have their own space. Along with the toga parties, surf trips and free internet, they’ll keep you fed with BBQ’s ($5) and cheap curries ($4.50)” Lonely Planet Australia, 2006We look forward to seeing you soon!OFS Family Source: Hostelworld

Address

  • Old Firestation
  • 18 Phillimore Street
  • 6160Fremantle
  • Australia
  • Telephone: +61(8)94305454
  • Fax:+61(8)93356828
  • Official Homepage

Room features Old Firestation

  • Windows that open
  • Internet
  • WiFi in the rooms

Hotel features Old Firestation

  • Arcade/ Video games
  • TV lounge
  • Parking lot
  • Terrace
  • WiFi in Lobby

Sports Facilities

  • Billiards
  • Table Tennis

Type of lodging

  • Hostel
Rating Overview
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82 out of 100 based on 51 reviews
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