Tony Mundine Hostel

Tertiary education hostel in Sydney with various room configurations.

 

203 Catherine Street

Leichardt NSW 2040

 (02) 9043 9520

 

Anthony ‘Tony’ William Mundine OAM was born in 1951 and is one of the Australia’s boxing legends and one of the greatest Indigenous fighters.  He held many titles in Australian boxing.  He is the only Australian boxer to compete in 4 weight divisions.  In 1986 he was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia for ‘service to sport particularly to boxing and to Aboriginal youth’.  He was the winner of the Ella Awards for Lifetime Achievement in Indigenous sports at ‘The Deadly Awards’ in 2004.

AHL acknowledges the Eora 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 24
Accommodation 24 residents’ rooms (primarily single beds, 3 family rooms with 3 single beds in each room).
Property amenities

Dining room

Resident laundry

TV lounge

Onsite parking

Local facilities

Aboriginal Medical Service Co-operative Limited (5.5km)

36 Turner Street, Redfern NSW

(02) 9319 5823

 

Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (2.6km)

50 Missenden Road, Camperdown NSW

(02) 9515 6111

 

Norton Plaza (1.1km)

51-57 Norton Street, Leichhardt NSW

 

Stanmore Train Station (1.7km)

 

AHL tariff includes all meals.

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