|About the Book|
Planning to visit Australia? You’ve already broken the bank just getting there.Fear not! With this book, you will learn how to enjoy the Land Down Under for as free as humanly possible.Did you know you can get free guided exhibition tours at theMorePlanning to visit Australia? You’ve already broken the bank just getting there.Fear not! With this book, you will learn how to enjoy the Land Down Under for as free as humanly possible.Did you know you can get free guided exhibition tours at the National Gallery in Melbourne? Melbourne also puts on free concerts, including including blues and roots, rock, indie pop, folk, soul, hip hop, and Indigenous music.Believe it or not, there are tons of free things to do in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Tasmania, Brisbane, the entire country...• Free access to the RAAF Museum in Point Cook• Mint your own money at the Royal Australian Mint• Free festivals across the continent• Free movies at the National Film and Sound Archive• Check out the 3.8 billion-year-old Moon rock at the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex• Get around Melbourne for free• Take the kids to a free open range zoo in Werribee• Free trampoline training• Free sailing, beaches, walks, tours, pelican feeding, performing arts, concerts, and much moreThis book includes 107 high quality, well researched FREE sightseeing attractions, music, events, museums, galleries, walks, tours, performances, festivals, and fun free things to do – things that are always free, sometimes free, or free for certain people.With this book you can save time and money. You won’t have to search dozens of websites and you will have the information you need to keep your travel costs in check.WHY THIS GUIDEBOOK IS DIFFERENTKeep your money with this book! It will help you spend nothing but time enjoying one of the greatest countries in the world.This book is not about discount travel. It’s about FREE travel. The difference between this and other travel books is that:1. It only includes free activities, events and attractions2. It’s exclusively formatted for the Kindle and Kindle App3. It’s interactive, so you can easily access directions from your current location, reviews from other travelers, and more information about the free sites, events, and attractions.WHAT YOU’LL FIND INSIDEEach entry has a well-researched description, contact information (email, phone, website, Facebook, Twitter, etc), and links to more information that give you context. Color photos too.In each entry, you can click on a Google Map to get directions from your current location. Great for getting around town with the Kindle App on your smartphone.There’s also an interactive map, showing you where all the free activities at a glance.Plus there’s an appendix full of free trip planning tools: the best websites, free apps, free podcasts, free walking tours, and more free planning tools.CHAPTERS• Introduction• Interactive Map• Free Museums• Free Transportation• Free Kid Activities• Free Outdoor Activities• Free Music, Theater and Performances• Free Arts & Architecture• Free Tours• Free Festivals• Flea Markets• Appendix – Free Australia Travel Resources• About the AuthorYou’ll learn not only about “always free” attractions, but also experiences that usually cost money. With this book you’ll know all the days and times where you can get free entrance to the same experiences that tourists are paying top dollar for.Enjoy Australia without the sucking sound in your wallet. This book could save you hundreds!!