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Good hostels not just for the young?

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We are starting the planning of a first time trip to Australia and are looking to stretch our travel dollars by staying in a double room/shared bathroom in hostels or caravan parks (cabins) that are close to public transport. Am looking for the nicer places that will take us 60 year old geezers for under $100 a night. We need hostels in/around Sydney, Melbourne, Great Ocean Road and Port Douglas areas. Any suggestions?

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