Five free fun things to do

You don’t always have to spend money to have fun.

Five free fun things to do

You don’t always have to spend money to have fun. Make your holiday funds go further by trying these five free things to do.

Staircase to the Moon – Roebuck Bay
During the cooler months of May to October you can witness the Staircase to the Moon at this Broome beach. This spectacular natural phenomenon is created by the rising of a full moon reflecting off the tidal flats of Roebuck Bay.

Fremantle Trails – Fremantle
The 11 walking trails around Fremantle showcase the port city’s rich and colourful history and are an award winning attraction. Immerse yourself in the many different facets of Fremantle's unique culture as you enjoy these 2-4 hour walks which are designed to guide you on a personalised tour of the city.

Royal Australian Mint – Canberra
This is truly the best place to keep an eye on your money, well the nation’s money anyway. Enjoy the process of how money is made by witnessing the actual production line which is responsible for the coins and notes which line our pockets. The Royal Mint is open:
Monday to Friday - 9am to 4pm
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays - 10am to 4pm

City bikes – Adelaide
See Adelaide by bike with free cycle hire between 9am - 4.30pm from Bicycle SA or at other outlets around the city. Hire includes the use of a helmet and if required, a bicycle lock. Longer hire can be arranged at a cost.

Maguk – Kakadu
Situated 12kms off the Kakadu Highway, Maguk is your reward for a gentle 2km return walk through monsoon rainforests. Cool off and wash away the dust under this small waterfall and beautiful clear plunge pool.







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