If you’re looking for budget accommodation in Broome that is conveniently located, the Kimberley Klub YHA is the perfect choice! With a vibrant and social atmosphere, lots of space and all the facilities that you’d need, this hostel will give you the opportunity to explore the surrounding attractions, meet new people and enjoy everything that Broome has to offer, including the Staircase to the Moon!
What really stands out about the Kimberley Klub YHA is the luscious surroundings; it’s like a tropical oasis with African thatched roofs, a rock-lined swimming pool and green palms all over the place. There are regular theme nights, pizza and fish & chip nights, and during Broome’s annual horse racing event, guests get a free shuttle to the racecourse. Kimberley Klub YHA guests are also privy to a free shuttle bus to Broome’s Nightclubs, as well as free entry, and if you love sport, there is a massive new projector screen for international coverage.
You have the choice of single, double and twin room, as well as multi-share dorms and female only dorms, all with air conditioning and clean linen. The communal bathrooms are centrally located and cleaned daily.
The stainless steel communal kitchen has plenty of preparation space, stove tops and storage, and you can hire pots/pans, crockery and cutlery for free from reception. There is also an outdoor BBQ with lots of undercover seating, as well as hammocks to laze in. The lounge room has a large TV for movie nights and a ping pong table for those to like to get competitive. The swimming pool is surrounded by a tropical garden, timber decking and sun chairs, and right next to it is a licensed bar.
The laundry is open for use from 1pm, there is a 24 hour internet café and WiFi, secure lockers, free luggage storage, a tours desk and bike hire, as well as regular shuttle buses to Cable Beach.
Courthouse Markets – running every Saturday from 8am to midday, the markets are located about 400 metres towards the town centre and it’s chockablock full of funky clothes, artistic creations, jewellery, food stalls and local products.
The Airport – almost across the road. Fly into Broome and walk to the hostel – easy!
Broome PT Bus Stop – the bus that travels around Broome has a bus stop that is 300 metres down the road.
Town Centre & Chinatown – only 1km from the hostel, the town centre has cafes, restaurants, the supermarket and other shops and facilities.
Shopping Centre – about 800 metres west from the hostel, this is a good sized shopping centre with clothing stores, a petrol station, a food court and supermarkets.
The Roey – located in the town centre, this a great place for a drink and a meal.
Broome RSL – if you want to meet some true locals, the Broome RSL is the place to do it and it’s only 500 metres from the hostel! On Friday nights, they sell meat packs for $10 that you cook on the BBQ yourself and eat with the free salads on offer.
Matso’s Brewery – this is a mandatory place to visit and is a quick 15 minute walk from the hostel. The atmosphere is relaxed, the beer garden is spacious, and the award-winning beer is delicious and plentiful.
Town Beach – about 2km south from the hostel is a nice little beach just past the Matos Brewery, with a park that has a playground, toilets and BBQ/picnic facilities.
Kimberley Klub YHA is located at 62 Frederick Street in Broome. Reception is open 24 hours a day and check in is after 1pm. To make a booking, visit the YHA Australia website.
Phone: (08) 9192 3233