YHA on an up

YHA is bucking the downturn in the tourism industry by launching 372 budget beds and themed facilities offering an ‘Australia Experience’ as part of a hostel redevelopment at Brisbane City YHA.
YHA Queensland CEO Ralph Kajet says the redevelopment has shown a great attention to detail and goes far beyond offering the standards his organisation is renowned for.

“This hostel has been designed to enhance the guest experience and provide them with a real taste of Australia to encourage further travel throughout Queensland and the rest of the continent,” says Kajet.
“We think our guests are going to appreciate this kind of experience and attention to detail.”

YHA is also promoting small businesses to use their new meeting room within walking distance of the CBD.

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