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Every week is different and your jobs will range from housekeeping, cleaning,painting & gardening. Also a big part of your job is to join in on hostel activities & interact with other guests, making them feel welcome and showing them a fun time. We usually have a few volunteers at once and we're like a big family. You will make life-long friends and enjoy spending time with them in one of the most beautiful spots in Australia! Can stay longerLearn more
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2 Developing social awareness
2 Meeting international travelers
2 Meeting locals
2 Learning about sustainability
2 Immersing in the local culture
1 Get in touch with nature
I absolutely loved my time here. I stayed about a month and it was the first place I ever did a work exchange for room and board and it was by far a great place for a first time experience! They are the sweetest people ever, and I met so many amazing travelers while living there. Definitely going to be visiting again soon!
17 days ago
My time at the Keiraleagh House was absolutely incredible, I cant recommend it enough.
I loved working for a family run business, and Kerrie and Karl make you feel so welcome in their beautiful home. They are extremely fair understanding of their workers dual role as a worker and a tourist, and are thus very fair with the work/play balance of the hostel.
If you're looking for a chill experience, wanting to live near the beach, and longing for a hostel that feels like home, then I can't recommend this place enough!
about 2 years ago
Family run hostel, laid back, very minimal hours, easy work. It's pretty basic, 2-3 hrs for free stay. You dont get much else, but can socialize with guests. My personal experience was good, the vibe of the place depends on the sort of people staying at any given time as with any hostel. That said, the atmosphere was a bit different since there were quite a few older people living there long term, not for accomodation but to live. Management could be better, wired hierachcy, bit of poor communication between helpers and homeowners. They need a better system for work that needs done each day.
over 2 years ago
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