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. Plus, the City Circle Tram service runs free of cost around the Melbourne city canter, and is particularly aimed at tourists. » Similarly, Sydney too has a MyMulti DayPass which enables travellers for unlimited travel all day on city and intercity trains, local and regional buses including Newcastle, Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Hunter, and Illawarra services, along with some private buses that connect with intercity train services, Sydney Ferries, the Stockton ferry in Newcastle, and light rail in Sydney. » Most of Australia's best museums are free for all, including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of NSF, and the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney, the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, and the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra. » For the wildlife enthusiasts, the best place to watch kangaroos would be the Bennett Ridge camp ground, Europa, Blue Mountains National Park, New South Wales, which happens to be just an hour from down town Sydney. The only fee you'll pay is a tiny amount for parking. There certainly isn't anything wrong with that, of course. If you can take this as an alternative instead of a replacement, you can actually achieve a dual goal of exploring the country for way less than it would cost you otherwise. The facilities here are very basic, and you may have rooms with or without an en suite toilet. These rooms may not always be advertised; but ask around, and you will find them.Jet lag can really stress you, especially on longer transcontinental flights. To get around jet lag, choose a flight that comes in right about the time you normally get up for the day. Once you get on the flight, you can take a Tylenol PM or two to sleep; this works the best after a meal. ) and rest as much as you can on the plane. You will feel refreshed and better prepared to deal with the day.
Even better, if the fast really suits you, maybe you won't want them back after all. [See: 10 Foolproof Ways to Reach Your Money Goals .] 5. Break the recreational spending habit. Going on a financial fast can help you realize how often you turn to shopping or spending to pass time or deal with boredom. If you are more of a recreational spender and have a hard time keeping your budget under control, the fast can help break the habit. It will feel like going cold turkey for a while, which is why you need to fill your time with other activities -- anything that doesn't cost money. Maybe you can finally read the books gathering in your "read later" pile. Maybe you can seriously declutter (and earn some extra income selling your clutter on eBay or Craigslist). Whatever it is, the goal is to make a shift to a no-cost activity, so you don't pass time shopping or spending.
The facilities here are very basic, and you may have rooms with or without an en suite toilet. For starters, it simply happens to be on the other side of the world, and there are times when a Venice or Paris simply gets the better of us. Go stingy on internal travel and sightseeing. » It's easy when you're travelling in the big cities of Melbourne and Sydney, as the public transport system is top-notch. So, what's to be done? The only fee you'll pay is a tiny amount for parking. Besides, Australia, just like other destinations, does have a lot of other delights which are not as touristy. This is an excellent way to get in touch with the locals, and lower your accommodation costs to nothingness.