I only buy meat when it's marked down, and cook it straight away (that night). There's 3 supermarkets within a 5k radius from here and a fruit & veg market and there's always marked down meat in one of them. Plus I don't eat meat every night anymore, only 3-4 nights per week so I'm buying far less.
rather than plan meals ahead, wait until you're at the supermarket to see what's on special and plan around that.i also plan meals around what I grow in my veg garden.
Think about what appliances you can live without. I don't own a drier, I hate the things. Easing goes on the line and if it rains on clothes racks indoors. The BOM is pretty accurate with weather so plan ahead if space is an issue. Don't leave things on charge longer than necessary (phones/laptop etc)
Don't go to the Easter show - I know it's hard and unfair, but it will save you hundreds.
only drive when you absolutely have to.
theres no way to save money on wine... It's a must have and the $5 bottles are ****e.
Think about stuff you waste. Do you throw food out? I rarely throw food out, granted its only DS and I here though so it's easy to plan meals, but if you're regularly throwing a lot of food out think about cutting down meal sizes. They can get a snack after dinner if they're still hungry.
Sell old toys if the kids no longer play with them. DS gets good toys, but it also means I get a decent price for them when I sell them online later!
Will update when I think of more...