Habitat HQ

Melbourne, Australia

Habitat HQ

Hostel, 6-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room

6-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room

gps 333 St Kilda Road, 3182 Melbourne, Australia

Featuring free WiFi, a barbecue area, bar and a sunny terrace, Habitat HQ Hostel is just 15 minutes’ walk from St. Kilda Beach. This hostel has a 24-hour front desk, a guest lounge and a communal kitchen. Guests can prepare a meal in the communal kitchen, or enjoy a game of billiards in the guest lounge. Free activities are available, including movies nights, walking tours and karaoke. Coin-operated laundry facilities are available. HQ Habitat is a 15-minutes walk from Luna Park, and a 20-minute tram ride from Melbourne’s city centre. Melbourne Airport is 30-minutes’ drive away.


I really enjoyed my stay at the Habitat. It is one of the best hostels I ever stayed at! The staff is extra nice and helpful. The rooms are clean. The toilets and showers as well and very big. There is a bunch of shower stalls hence there is always a few free - no hustle. The hostel is close to the tram station that gates you to the city center in no time. Check it out once you are in Melbourne. It’s definitely a place I would come back to.

Only stayed there for 1 night for "transit", but really liked it. Kitchen is big, lots of space to chill out and where to eat. Bathroom was really really clean! Room was fine, bed was comfy. Ppl at reception were very helpful and friendly. Nice location close to the beach. Good vibe. Would stay there again.


Melbourne is the coastal capital of the southeastern Australian state of Victoria. At the city's centre is the modern Federation Square development, with plazas, bars, and restaurants by the Yarra River. In the Southbank area, the Melbourne Arts Precinct is the site of Arts Centre Melbourne – a performing arts complex – and the National Gallery of Victoria, with Australian and indigenous art. Melbourne Museum and the Royal Exhibition Building explore city history and culture. The Immigration Museum and the Chinese Museum provide differing cultural perspectives on local settlement, while Old Melbourne Gaol offers insight into 19th-century prison life. A major shopping destination is Queen Victoria Market, a Victorian-era building with food stalls. The city’s 19th-century "laneways" and shopping arcades are lined with cafes, galleries and boutiques. The riverside Royal Botanic Gardens shelter 10,000-plus plant species, and Yarra Park is home to the Melbourne Cricket Ground.