|12 bed dorm||$28||$178|
|8 bed dorm||$30||$183|
|5 bed dorm||$31||$188|
|4 bed dorm||$32||$193|
|double room a/c||$80||$450|
please note that weekly rate must be paid up front in full book carefully no refund will be given
FREE INTERNET, FREE TEA AND COFFEE, FREE SECURITY LOCKERS, FREE JOB FINDING, FREE POOL TABLE, FREE PING PONG, FREE SONY PS'4, FREE NINTENDO WII, FREE OUTDOOR CINEMA WITH FOXTEL, FREE TV AND VIDEOS, FREE FOOTBALL PRACTICE
We don't just celebrate Christmas day at the Old Fire Station Backpackers Fremantle, we have a party that lasts THREE crazy days! If you're in Australia this Christmas make sure you don't miss the most popular party on the OFS calendar. Some say you haven't truly experienced the OFS until you have experienced Xtremas! The OFS Ping Pong Tournament is held on the final Monday of every month. Cost is $2 entry per person with the winner taking away the pot, an official OFS Guest T-Shirt, a case of beer and as well as the glory of being crowned the ultimate Ping Pong Champion of the hostel. Your name will be immortalized on the tournament trophy which is displayed in the office for all to see!
We are proud of our history
Fremantle Fire Station, in Fremantle, Western Australia, was the second fire station built for the Fremantle Fire Brigade and was opened in 1909. It was designed by architectural firm Cavanagh and Cavanagh and constructed by J. Lake.
The fire station was designed to house four horse-drawn vehicles, including the district's ambulance, which was also operated by the fire brigade. During World War II the building was taken over by the US military for use as Marine quarters.
In the early 1970s the accommodation at the fire station was inadequate and the Fire Brigade Board wanted to demolish the building, to allow the building of a larger station suitable for vehicles. This proposal was met with opposition from The Fremantle Society and the Fremantle Council. Eventually the Fire Brigade built a new building on railway land next door, and in 1977 the building was vested in the City of Fremantle.
The building is listed on the Register of the National Estate.
Located 100m from the train station in a heritage listed building in funky Fremantle. Our hostel caters for international backpackers, particularly those looking to work in Freo.