The average person is spending more than $1,000 a year on their hotel bills, but the average hotel stay is just $25.
But how much is the difference between those figures?
A recent study from the University of Queensland has looked at the cost of staying at a hotel in Australia and found that it is much more affordable to stay at a cheaper hotel than the same hotel in another country.
The researchers analysed the price of room and board, accommodation, meals and travel in the last year at four major hotel chains in Australia, New Zealand, and New Zealand’s North Island, using data from hotel booking websites and hotel price comparison websites.
They found that the average room cost in New Zealand was just $8.50 a night, while in Australia it was $15.50.
The study found that while a hotel stay in New York City is around $12.50 for a three-bedroom suite, it would cost a person in Australia around $16.50 to stay there.
The cost difference between New Zealand and Australia is much larger, with an average of $28 for a one-bedroom hotel room.
While this study was conducted at a time when many Australians were struggling to afford their own hotel accommodation, it also found that many Australians would be better off staying at home and paying less than they would for their accommodation.
It’s no surprise that Australians spend so much on their hotels, as the average Australian earns around $40,000 per year and has to cover the bills on their homes, and the majority of them spend their time away from their homes.
In New Zealand hotels, the average stay is only $7.50, while an average stay at the Royal Sydney Hotel in Australia is just under $25 a night.
But even though Australians are spending so much more, the cost difference is still so small that the cost to stay in a New Zealand hotel is actually less than the cost it would be to stay anywhere else.
In the study, the researchers found that Australians spent an average $4,100 a year more than they spent on their rooms and $12,000 more than their room and dinner bill.
But in Australia they spent only $4 a day on their room costs, and $1 a day to cover their food and travel costs.
While the average person in New South Wales spent an extra $3.10 a day for the cost they incurred to stay, they only spent $2.90 a day paying for their room.
The authors of the study argue that the price difference is largely driven by the costs Australians are paying for accommodation in New England, Australia’s main market for hotels.
“A hotel room is one of the least expensive in the world, with room rates of around $4 to $6 per night, and room and meal costs typically around $10 a meal,” the study’s lead author Dr Michelle Taylor said.
“The costs for accommodation can vary widely from country to country, and this may be an important driver of the difference in costs.”
“The average cost for a single room in Australia was $11.20, compared to $10.90 in New Hampshire, $15 in New Jersey, and about $19 in Hawaii.”
“However, in New New England hotels, most rooms cost less than $4 per night and meals are more affordable than they are in other regions of the world.”
The authors found that Australia’s hotel rooms cost the average household $4.50 more a night than they did in New Mexico, New York and California, and for many Australians they spent the extra money on eating out, travelling, or paying for a holiday.
It seems like there are many more reasons why Australians are going to the gym than they thought, and they will be spending an increasing amount of money on gym memberships.
In Australia, the majority spend their money on memberships to the Australian National Gymnastics Federation (ANF) and the Australian International Gymnastic Federation (AIGF).
But the average gym membership costs just $6.50 and an average member pays $1.60 a month.
The average member also spends an average annual membership fee of $50.
In contrast, memberships for the American Weightlifting Federation (AWF) cost the equivalent of around a $1 membership fee.
The AWF’s membership fee is only around $35 a year, and only one Australian member pays more than the average $2 a month, which is a lot.
In fact, the AWF costs about half as much as the Australian national gym, the Australian Weightlifting Club.
“While some Australian memberships cost more than other Australian sports, most Australians do not pay a membership fee for the Australian weightlifting federation,” the authors of this study said.
The AIGF and the ANF are Australian sporting bodies that organise the world’s largest weightlifting competition, and most Australian athletes are either members or