Looking for a affordable accommodation with beer, free wifi, live music, transportation and local tours an example of real Australian life? Our stayover in Kin Kin is made for you! Backpackers Noosa is located in Kin Kin, a peaceful village where you can find the relaxing atmosphere found by the hippies of the late 60’s and the real Australian country life. Kin Kin is situated close to Noosa and Rainbow Beach which makes it a perfect stopover on your way to Fraser Island or Byron Bay. Rates for accommodation are the cheapest you can find in Noosa, starting from $10 for a tent to $25 p.p for a bed in one of our comfortable 4 bed rooms in the Pub with modern facilities and nice clean bathrooms. Please note that we can pick you up in Noosa or from Rainbow Beach!
The Backpackers Pub
The Backpackers Pub was builded in 1914 and celebrated its 100th birthday two years ago. Beside the 10 modern rooms to stay in, it offers you lunch and dinner as well as nice and affordable beer for relaxing nights. Have a lot of fun on Friday evenings while being part of the Raffles where you can buy tickets and win big trays of meat or rum. On Sundays the Backpackers Pub is highly frequented to listen to really good live music.
Backpackers Noosa – Camping in the paradise
The locals who came from all over the world often refer to Kin Kin as a paradise. Situated in the stunning green hills and with its Hippie-atmosphere everybody will feel comfortable. You can stay in your own tent or in your camper van and go for a nice refreshing drink at the Pub next to you. For what you are paying, Backpackers Noosa is giving you everything you need. From modern bathrooms, camp kitchen to hot showers.
About Kin Kin
Kin Kin is one of the most peaceful and beautiful places you can find along the east coast. It is just a 30 minutes drive from Noosa on the way to Rainbow Beach but much less touristic which makes it a real treasure. The general store is inviting you to take a nice caffè or to buy everything else you need. You can visit plenty of artists from all over the world as well as bike rides and local tours. Climb up Mount Coorooba and try to break the world record of 22 minutes up and down. It will be very challenging!