Iris Clay Hostel

Multipurpose hostel in Townsville with various unit configurations.

 

261-269 Sturt Street

Townsville QLD 4810

 (07) 3151 8720

Iris Clay was born on Palm Island, an Aboriginal reserve off the coast of Queensland, near Townsville.  Iris Clay Hostel honours a courageous Aboriginal woman who was a campaigner for her people’s legal rights and argued strongly for more Aboriginal social services.  Iris was also a Director of AHL from 1974 to 1976.  Iris Clay passed away in 1979.

AHL acknowledges the Gugu-Badhun (TBC)  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 40
Accommodation 18 residents' units (3 units with 1 single bed, the remainder units contain 2 or 3 single beds per unit) with attached bathroom.
Accessibility Disabled toilets
Property amenities

Dining room

Resident laundry

TV lounge

Recreation room

BBQ area

Onsite parking
Local facilities

Townsville Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation for Health Services (4.7km)

57-59 Gorden Street, Garbutt QLD

(07) 4759 4000

 

Mater Hospital Pimlico (5.1km)

21-37 Fulham Rd, Pimlico QLD

(07) 4727 4444

 

Coles North Ward (1.6km)

26-28 Mitchell Street, North Ward QLD

 

AHL tariff includes all meals.

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