Frommer's Melbourne Free and Dirt Cheap: 320 Free Events, Attractions and More

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Wiley, Aug 8, 2011 - Travel - 288 pages
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Wine and dine on half the dimein Australia's capital of cool!

  • Free Music: Classical, rock, jazz and acoustic, and the best outdoor gigs.

  • Free Speech: Contemporary theatre, quick-witted comedy and literary readings.

  • Free Food: The best happy hours, plus where to score delicious dirt-cheap eats––from Melbourne's best tapas to delectable dumplings.

  • Free Films: Outdoors and indoors, from indies to cult faves and insightful documentaries.

  • Free Classes: Learn how to go-go dance, discover the art of photography or take a free lesson with Melbourne's most passionate salsa dancers.

"Melbourne Free & Dirt Cheap smashes the myth that you have to empty your pockets to enjoy one of the world's most cutting-edge cities. Overflowing with essential money-saving tips on everything you could imagine doing in Australia'scapital of cool, this book is like being handed a key to the city's secrets. You can practically hear your wallet sigh with relief as you turn the pages." —TNT Magazine

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About the author (2011)

Lee Mylne is a freelance travel writer who writes for a broad range of publications, including the national travel trade magazine, "Travel Week Australia." Born and raised in New Zealand, she traveled widely before finally figuring out she could make a living out of it. Mylne has lived in Australia for the past 18 years and is a Full Member of the Australian Society of Travel Writers. She is also co-author of "Frommer's Australia 2005" and "Frommer's Australia from $50 a Day.

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