69 Bealey Avenue
Why does a Japanese owned and operated backpacker hostel in New Zealand have a Hebrew name? Who knows. I didn't particularly notice many Israeli backpackers there. In fact, I'm not sure I met any.
It doesn't matter much, though. The place is homey and restful. Dorms are NZ$17-18 (US$12-13), the single is NZ$29 (US$21), and there are also twins and triples. Bathroom facilities are down the hall, there's a kitchen you can use, and there's a sauna which I never got around to using.
Not a particularly social place but very nice for peace and quiet. And it's cheap.