Situated in Torquay, this hostel is within a 15-minute walk of Torquay Central Farmers Market, Surf World Museum, and Torquay Visitor Information Centre. Front Beach and Torquay Golf Club are also within 15 minutes.
Apartment is in a great location however was not clean, lights were blown, TV had no remote, tea and coffee facilities were less than satisfactory and crockery and glassware was chipped or broken. Needs a good clean and an update. For what I paid considering it was off peak is disappointing.
Many people stop in at Surf World Museum every year.
To get there, you'll need to go to Torquay. It's situated 80 kilometres from the state capital, Melbourne.
You have access to 17 hotels within an easy commute of Surf World Museum, so it won't be too hard to find something that works for you. We recommend the Whitesbeach Guesthouse, 2 kilometres away. If that doesn't work, perhaps you would prefer the Torquay Foreshore Caravan Park (a kilometre) or the Wyndham Resort Torquay (a kilometre).
Perhaps you'll like the features and amenities of Torquay Holiday Park, a low-price lodging only 0.3 kilometres away.
Those seeking a bit of elegance and luxury will appreciate the numerous upscale hotels. The Beachfront Resort Torquay and the Two Bays Apartments, a kilometre and a kilometre away, come highly recommended.
Don't want to travel far for your morning coffee? Choose Quiksilver, Roxy, DC Shoes - Boardriders. It's easy to get to from Surf World Museum. When you're desperate for some food, find something just right at Las Olas. After a wine or two? Stop by Bar 61 and meet some new friends.
Hotels in Surf World Museum start at AU$105 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.