vacant hotel rooms into safe spaces for people sleeping rough to experience a night of rest, relief and restoration.


with trusted community service providers to offer people sleeping rough an immediate relief response on their pathway to securing sustainable housing solutions.


single men and single women sleeping rough with relevant service providers to ensure they receive wrap-around, targeted support.


guests are supported by experienced community service providers across Australia to reach our goal of ensuring everyone gets a good night’s sleep. 

The Good Night Initiative

Let’s help everyone get a good night’s sleep. 

Beddown is once again activating underutilised spaces into safe and secure overnight accommodation for people sleeping rough. Reimagining our welcoming hospitality and turn-down accommodation service for Beddown guests, and taking it to the next level.

In 2024, we launch the Good Night Initiative, kick starting with 1,000 bed nights in vacant hotel rooms for single adults sleeping rough on the streets of our cities and towns.

Working with trusted community organisations who are highly experienced in ensuring people sleeping rough can access pathways to sustainable housing, Beddown is providing an immediate relief response, with health and wellbeing support at its heart.

Our bed nights offer a chance for personal care and grooming to occur, a peaceful environment to consider next steps, and a place to have a good night’s sleep in comfort and safety.

All the while ensuring Beddown guests receive wrap-around support from knowledgeable teams who can link them to general and specialised medical care, government organisations, and other support programs.

But what next? 1,000 bed nights for people sleeping rough is a start. With your help, we can continue to provide this much-needed stopgap between sleeping rough and longer-term housing solutions.

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people were supported by specialist homelessness service agencies across Australia during 2022-2023 of which 100,682 people were new to these organisations.*

An average of 31.3% of accommodation across Australia was vacant each night during 2022-2023.**

We also know that single adults are highly represented in cohorts of people seeking assistance from homelessness services.***

Beddown activates underutilised hotel accommodation, partnering with skilled community service providers, to deliver an immediate relief response for people sleeping rough.

Together, let’s make the human experience behind these statistics better and reach our goal of ensuring everyone gets a good night’s sleep.

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Community Partners

Having highly skilled and experienced community service providers partnering with Beddown is essential to the success of the Good Night Initiative.

Each of our Community Partners is adept at providing targeted wrap-around support for single adults sleeping rough and sharing the tools to empower them to navigate a successful pathway to sustainable housing solutions.

Beddown is proud to partner with the following community service providers:

Full colour logo for Hervey Bay Neighbourhood CentreHervey Bay, Queensland

Toowoomba and Warwick, Queensland


Full colour logo Womens Centre Far North QueenslandCairns and Atherton, Queensland

Learn how your organisation can partner with us.

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Hotel Partners

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Beddown is renowned for creating safe and secure spaces through respectful and warm hospitality. So we link with like-minded Hotel Partners whose accommodation is synonymous with warmly welcoming all members of our community.

Learn more about how your hotel can partner with us and our Community Partners to offer people sleeping rough a good night’s sleep.

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The Good Night Initiative Project Launch