For more than 50 years, Aboriginal Hostels Limited (AHL) has provided accommodation across Australia for First Nations people who are travelling, relocating or who need to be away from home to access services and economic opportunities.
AHL currently has 42 nation-wide hostels for First Nations people to access.
You can access our national network of hostels, whether you’re away from home for education, employment, health or other reasons.
As an Australian Government organisation, we endeavour to ensure our hostels are safe, comfortable and affordable for First Nations people, with the added convenience of including 3 meals a day during your stay.
Need a place to stay?
Our hostels are like a home away from home, so whatever your reason for staying with us – visiting friends, cultural business, studying, working or attending community events – you’ll always feel welcome.
From little things, big things grow at Daisy Yarmirr Hostel
Over the years, AHL has teamed up with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) on a number of rewarding programs.
Read the full story here.
- Aboriginal Hostels Limited acknowledges the Traditional Owners and custodians of Country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.
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