Neville Bonner Hostel

Multipurpose hostel in Rockhampton with various room configurations.

 

5 Bridge Street

Berserker QLD 4701

 (07) 3151 8760

 

Neville Thomas Bonner (1922-99) was born at Franklin Island, a small settlement on the Tweed River NSW.  He helped to change the face of Aboriginal Affairs in Australia during his time as the first Aboriginal to sit in Federal Parliament, as a Senator for Queensland form 1971 to 1983.  In 1979 Bonner was named Australian of the Year and in 1984 he was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia.  Neville Bonner was a founding Director of AHL and served on the Board as Queensland representative for 10 years.  The suburb of Bonner in Canberra bears his name.

AHL acknowledges the Darumbal People as the traditional owners of the land on which we operate the hostel. AHL pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging

Resident beds 47
Accommodation 24 resident’s units (8 contain 3 single beds, 7 contain 2 single beds, 9 contain 1 single bed) with an attached bathroom.
Accessibility 3 x disability friendly units
Property amenities

Dining room

Resident laundry

TV lounge

Recreation room

Study room

Basketball court

BBQ area

Playground

Local facilities

Bidgerdii Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders Corp Com Service Central (1.2km)

162 Bolsover Street, Rockhampton QLD

(07) 4930 4600

 

Rockhampton Hospital (3.1km)

2 Canning Street, Rockhampton QLD

(07) 4920 6211

 

Woolworths Northside Plaza (2.0km)

222 Musgrave Street, Rockhampton QLD

 

AHL tariff includes all meals.

AHL has a No Pay, No Stay policy and all room tariffs must be paid in advance.