Nomad's Backpackers Hostel

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This hostel has been operation for over half a century, and is reportedly haunted, although the origin of the haunting is unknown. Guests staying here have allegedly awoken to see a figure standing at the end of their beds, who vanishes suddenly. Strange noises have been heard coming from the bar area late at night, and strangely enough, the hostel has no thirteenth room.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

44 Noosa Drive
Noosa, Queensland

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-26.3953208, 153.0895524
Nearest Towns:
Noosa Heads, AU (0.1 mi.)
Cooroy Mountain, AU (8.6 mi.)
Yandina Creek, AU (10.4 mi.)
Mount Coolum, AU (11.8 mi.)
Eulama, AU (16.3 mi.)
Alexandra Headland, AU (19.1 mi.)
Traveston, AU (19.7 mi.)
Coondoo, AU (20.3 mi.)
Kawana Waters, AU (21.6 mi.)
Wolvi, AU (22.4 mi.)


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