When it comes to hot spots in Australia, the one that’s free is a great one, with more than one million people per day visiting them.
But where do you find free hot spots?
Here’s our guide to finding the best.
Brisbane’s CBD CBD’s best free hot-spot If you’re looking for something to get you to work, then the CBD is a perfect place to start.
This is a city that has an abundance of restaurants and cafes and lots of public transport, and it’s a great place to be when the weather’s cold.
Free-food spots have been popping up all over Brisbane in recent years, such as the Bunnings, where you can eat in the comfort of your own home.
If you’ve never visited the CBD before, it’s best to start with a walk through the inner city, such the Grand Parade or The Parade of the Princes, as the city is a little less walkable.
Free hot spots The main free hot destination is the CBD itself.
While there are many different options here, the most popular is the Downtown area of the CBD.
There’s also a number of other popular free hotspots around Brisbane, including the West End area, on Brisbane’s northern fringe, and the inner west of the city, near the Riverwalk.
There are a few other free hot spots around the city as well, including The Grove, The Gold Coast, and The Docklands, and you can also check out the City of Brisbane’s free hotspot map.
The CBD is also a great choice for free hot showers, free food, and free exercise.
Free public transport options If you want to get around the CBD and enjoy free public transport or public transport passes, then you’ll need to head to the inner-city.
It’s not too far away from the CBD, and there are plenty of free public transportation options, including free public transit in the CBD to the west, to the south, and to the north.
The city is also home to many other public transport hubs, such Westgate, Gold Coast Junction, The Junction, and Sunshine Coast.
Free parking options In addition to the free hot points in the city centre, there are also plenty of places to park for free in the inner suburbs.
The main public parking sites are in the north-west suburbs of Brisbane, the CBD area, and around the Gold Coast.
There is also plenty more public parking in other parts of the state.
Free and cheap taxis The cheapest public transport option is to ride a taxi.
There will be a number available for short distance trips in the downtown area, as well as around the inner cities, such The Dockland, Sunshine Coast, The West End, The Great Northern, and Southport.
There may be some restrictions around driving taxis, so make sure you have a valid driver’s licence before you start your journey.
You can find a taxi near your accommodation, on the main road, or in the area around the airport, or you can call the taxi firm directly to pick up your journey for you.
Free taxis are also available from public transport companies, such Aski, Qantas, Flyer, QXC, and more.
Free wifi The city also has free wi-fi, and this is great for those who need to stay connected during their commute.
However, if you’re not connected, there will be many free wifi hotspots throughout the city.
If this is your first time using wi-Fi, you’ll probably want to check out this guide for how to find the best free wifi in Brisbane.
Free fitness facilities Fitness centres and gym memberships are great options for those looking to lose weight, or anyone who’s interested in working out and getting in shape.
Free gyms are also great options if you want something fun to do, such going swimming, or running, or cycling, or whatever.
Free yoga and meditation services Free yoga classes are also becoming a popular option for those wanting to learn a different way of life.
You’ll also find free meditation services in the Gold City, Brisbane, and other parts.
Free car parks The city has plenty of car parks, including public car parks for hire.
You may find a number to park in the outer CBD, the inner inner city and the Gold and Sunshine Coasts.
Alternatively, you can rent a car from the local car rental company or the car park in your own local area.
Free bike lanes Brisbane has a large number of bike lanes, but some are also quite narrow and can be quite dangerous to ride.
If it’s your first ride in a car, check out our guide for a safer way to get to and from the city’s transport hubs.
Free rubbish collection services Free rubbish collections are an easy way to make the most of your free parking space, and are also a good way to save on your rubbish collection costs.
There can also be a small amount of rubbish collection