What if you could walk to the beach, hike to a remote mountain and see everything for free?

A startup has just launched a new service called Treetops Queen Elizabeth, a tour-de-force offering a tour of the Great Barrier Reef, a trek to an island with a view of the mainland and even a tour around the city of London, for just $10 a day.

The tour takes you from Perth to Melbourne and back, for a total of 30 days, including two return trips to Perth.

The service, which started in January, has already racked up more than 20 million people and has already raised $2.6 million in seed funding.

Treetop is offering a free tour, with a minimum of $100, to anyone who would like to explore the Great British Barrier Reef and other remote locations.

“It’s a great opportunity for the whole country to have a peek at the country we all love so much, and it’s also a chance to really experience a new culture and new sights,” CEO David Hockney told the Australian Financial Review.

Tempted as he may be, I have no idea what to expect.

But I can say that for $10 per day, you can get a taste of the world that we have all grown up in.

“We’ve got some great things to offer in terms of scenery, and we’ve got a great variety of experiences to offer as well,” Hocksey told the newspaper.

I’m not sure what the answer is for the rest of us, but I know I’m going to enjoy it.

There are plenty of other options to do similar things, like a guided tour through the Australian Outback, or even a short trip to a beach on the Isle of Wight.

However, if you want to see a bit more of the country, the Reef is also worth checking out.

The Great Barrier is an immense, almost impenetrable, marine ecosystem that stretches around 2,500 kilometres, covering more than 90 per cent of the Pacific Ocean and covering an area larger than France.

It’s a spectacular sight, but it is also a fascinating one.

As well as being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the reef also attracts thousands of tourists a year from all over the world, with some spending months or even years in the water to get a look at it.

And while the reef is the focal point of the tour, it’s not always the best time to visit.

In fact, you may find it to be a bit boring.

The reef is often at its most productive during the summer months, when it is home to a range of marine life including sharks, dolphins and sea lions.

There’s also an abundance of other animals, including crabs, fish, turtles and even birds.

But the Great Mariana Trench, an area of the reef that is more than 800 kilometres long and roughly 100 kilometres wide, is a prime place for animals to be spotted and photographed, and is usually the most popular spot to do so.

And even though it’s home to some of the most beautiful coral reef in the world — including the Great Wall of China — it’s a difficult place to actually visit.

So why would anyone want to do anything remotely close to the Great Reef, and what can you do to get around it?

While it’s possible to walk to an area and actually explore the reef, that’s only possible in a small part of the island chain, and in those areas you’re much more likely to find it covered in sand and sandbars, which is very un-glamorous.

There is, however, an alternative.

Triton Island is a rocky outcrop on the east side of the South Island of New Zealand that is a favourite spot for tourists and locals alike.

You can walk to a nearby beach for an hour and have a nice soak, but that is all it takes.

The best time of year to visit the reef as well is during the peak summer months.

It is usually popular during the first part of August, when the Great Storms, which bring heavy rains and strong winds, can bring severe damage to infrastructure and damage to coral reefs.

But it can be a very popular place to visit, particularly during the weekends.

During the peak of the season, the island can attract a lot of visitors, particularly people from the US and Europe, and there are a number of tourist accommodation options.

Trestles Queen Elizabeth is a good option for those who want to explore a whole new world, but for those wanting to see the reef for free, the option is pretty limited.

But if you have a strong stomach and don’t mind eating some food, then it’s probably the perfect option for you.

The company has also started offering the service to the public in partnership with a number other organisations, including the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the Great Barrowlands Council and the Australian Red Cross.

In a statement, the Department said