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16 on Henry - Echuca

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Townhouse in Echuca

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Lavender Hill by Pam Shugg

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Townhouse in Mildura

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A Riverside Treehouse

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Apartment in Mildura

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Magnolia Cottage Mildura

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Summer Drive Getaway

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Tralea, great get away

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House in Swan Hill

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Riverside Holiday Home

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House in Mildura

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About Mildura and Murray Outback

Mildura and Murray Outback: A Riverside Escape

Mildura may be on the edge of Victoria’s Outback, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t always something going on. Set on the banks of the Murray River, Mildura is a regional hub for festivals, art galleries and wine production.

Travellers can take part in a variety of aquatic activities, or simply book a cruise coupled with a meal on one of the signature paddle steamers. Walkers and cyclists will also find their own, with Sunset Murray National Park a short drive away, and many local trails to explore.

Holiday rentals in Mildura and in the Murray Outback come in all shapes and sizes, from houseboats to spacious four-bedroom properties.

Arts and Culture in Mildura

Time your visit to experience one of Mildura’s many festivals. In March, the Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival features exhibits and art shows, as well as children’s art classes and musical acts.

In September, Mildura hosts the Jazz, Food & Wine Festival. In January, the streets of halls of Mildura come alive with the Murray River International Music Festival, which brings together musicians from across Australia and the world.

Year-round, travellers can visit the Mildura Arts Centre. The building was once home to Mildura’s founders, the Chaffey Brothers, and has since been turned into an art gallery. There are works by international and local artists. French art enthusiasts might head straight to the Degas!

For a closer look at the art deco architecture that popped up around Mildura in the 1920s, join an art deco walking tour. Some of the buildings include the Mildura Brewery and the T&G tower, a town landmark.

Mildura and Murray Food and Drink

Mildura is known for its sidewalk cafes and locals are proud of their regional fare and produce. One afternoon, do as the locals: sip a coffee in the main shopping district and watch the world go by. In the evenings, make your way to the historic Gol Gol Hotel or the Mildura Brewery Pub and watch beer production right from your seat.

A number of wineries are set just a short distance from Mildura, producing roughly 250 varieties of wine. There are 20 or so cellar doors, which you can discover on your own or as part of a tour. Several local operators organise wine tasting tours, departing Mildura.

The Murray Outback has extremely fertile soil, exploited for citrus production. Visit Orange World on the NSW side of the river to see firsthand what goes into picking and preparing these fruits for market. Watch pickers at work, tour the premises and sample fresh citrus fruits or buy products such as marmalade. Orange World is just 8 km from Mildura.

Waterways: Along the Murray

The Murray River is never far from sight when you visit Mildura. To get acquainted with the river’s flora, fauna and human history, hop aboard a paddle steam for a leisurely cruise. Some tours include lunch or dinner.

Alternately, get closer to the water by hiring a canoe or paddle board. Venture out on your own or as part of a guided tour. You could also hire a yacht for the day and cruise the river at your own pace.

Several golf clubs have been set up on the banks of the Murray. Riverside Golf Club is just a short distance from Mildura’s town centre, allowing you to practice your swing as you take in water views.

Walking, Cycling and Hiking around Mildura

It’s easy to stay active during your stay, with Murray Sunset National Park just 50 km from town. The park is criss-crossed by walking trails, many of which lead to Victoria’s famous Pink Lakes. This is one of the largest reserves in the country, stretching all the way to the border with South Australia.

Closer to Mildura, the terrain is quite flat, so cyclists of all skill levels can hit the trails with ease. A bike path runs along the river, with picnic spots and parks along the way. To combine history and your daily exercise, venture along the Chaffey Trail, which winds past the homes of prominent Mildura founders and settlers.

Getting to Mildura

Mildura has its own regional airport 11 km from town, with direct flights to and from Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide. Visitors can drive to Mildura from Melbourne in under 6 hours, or take a train and bus combination to reach town in around 8 hours. If you’d like to explore the Murray Outback, it is best to rent a car upon arrival in Mildura.

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