One of the best things about living in Australia is the lively food culture. The country has an ever evolving food scene that never fails to impress tourists and locals alike. To enjoy Australia’s excellent food, you don’t have to be extra rich!
Here are the cheap food experiences in Australia that you shouldn’t miss.
- New South Wales – Sydney Fish Markets
Heading to New South Wales and craving for some seafood fare? The Harbour City doesn’t disappoint if you’re looking for the freshest ocean catch, specifically at the Sydney’s Fish Market (Pyrmont) on a Sunday morning. Enjoy fresh rock oysters, snapper, tuna, squid and Balmain bugs.
- Australian Capital Territory – Canberra’s Wineries
A short 30-minute drive from Canberra will take you to a host of cellar doors that are home to some of the best wineries in the country. If you love wine, this is the perfect place to buy a few bottles of excellent vinos.
- Queensland – James St. Market
Love fresh fruits? Brissies’ James St. Market in Queensland is the perfect place to go fruit shopping. Feast on juicy pineapples, bananas, mangoes, pawpaw, coconuts, avocados, and lychees.
- Victoria – Laneway Cafe
Melbourne is heaven on earth for coffee lovers. The beautiful laneways of the city is teeming with gourmet and specialty coffees that you will not find elsewhere. From your typical morning brew to artisan coffee from special coffee beans that were roasted and ground in the same coffee shop.
- Tasmania Brewery Tour
Beer is a big business in Tasmania. In fact, Tassie offers a beer tour called the Tasmanian Beer Trail, which encompasses any and all of the state’s breweries that choose to be involved.
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