Housed in an old redbrick National Trust building in Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia, this youth hostel business seems to just keep growing. Charging from just $70 per room, there are options for room with en-suites, or TVs, or even both. The rooms contain multiple beds, though usually 2 bunk beds, you can get an extra bed if requested. This youth hostel also has a communal area, equipped with a kitchen and a TV room. The surrounding area is of the Blue Mountains, a thriving tourist attraction, and on top of that, the three sisters, one of Australia’s most popular attraction, is just a stone's throw away. The YHA has a very historic upbringing, first starting in 1950, and continuing to grow to more than 100 hostels all across Australia. Could it be the rich history or the cheap prices that make this hostel so popular? Or could it be conveniently placed tourist attractions? All in all, this hostel does not seem to want to stop growing any larger.