Set on the banks of the magnificent Murray River, Mildura has something for everyone.
For the foodies we have city sidewalk cafes and precincts of contemporary restaurants that surprises even the dedicated foodies with innovative flare and fresh local produce. The section of Langtree Avenue between 7th Street and 8th Street is fondly nicknamed ‘Feast Street’ due to it’s concentration of restaurants, cafes and bars.
Our famous Murray River offers many activities, including a luncheon cruise on a paddle steamer, swimming, fishing, canoeing, stand-up paddling or take the opportunity to hire a house boat to cruise along the river for a number of days. For a faster pace why not give a speedboat, jet-ski, wake-boarding or water skiing a go. We honestly have something for everyone!!
Mildura has a rich history that includes the old Mildura Homestead on Cureton Avenue built in 1847 best known as where the vision of irrigation evolved. The Rio Vista House built in 1890 which was the home of the Chaffeys’ that has been restored to its original condition, Lock 11 and the Mildura Weir to name only a few.
If you love to explore you will love a visit to Mungo or the Pink Lakes of the Murray Sunset National Park.
Slow or fast pace, river or land- Mildura has you covered!
Please refer to: https://www.visitmildura.com.au/ which will take you to a beautiful website promoting Mildura and all it has to offer. The website provides interactive maps, current and upcoming events, an extensive range of accommodation options and much much more.