The only fee you'll pay is a tiny amount for parking. You don't need me to tell you how expensive that can be. Overall, it works out to be a good deal. » Speaking of food, Australian cuisine is a class apart, and you do have to set aside some time to try to local delicacies. Opt for packaged deals, if you can't avoid doing that, but remember that you're throwing flexibility out of the window. For instance, nothing in the world can match up to the majestic Great Ocean Road, but believe me when I mention the Captain Cook Main road in the same breath. But remember that there is a huge distance separating the three, which means that you'll have to get on three inter-country flights to get it done. These rooms may not always be advertised; but ask around, and you will find them. Camper vans, as mentioned above, are also an excellent choice. » As you go into the interiors, you'll come across several pubs that also have a few basic rooms to let out. When you are in Melbourne, you may choose to buy the myki Visitor Pack, which will let you travel on trams, buses, and trains within Melbourne and regional Victoria.
Purchase the National Park Pass if national parks are something you and your family visit quite often. Each pass costs $50. They are good all year and can be used at any national park.
However, buying a slab of 24 cans from any of the supermarkets will surely be cheaper than a bar. Well, if you have the means to go all out on an Australian holiday, just go ahead and splurge. Camper vans, as mentioned above, are also an excellent choice. » As you go into the interiors, you'll come across several pubs that also have a few basic rooms to let out. Also, going off-season may make sense budget-wise, but really think again if you want to visit a faraway place like Australia when it is at its unattractive best. » Keep in mind―Australia is positively huge, and rightly qualifies to be a continent. But for the penny pincers, the following tips may come handy. It would be advisable to treat it like one.