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Step onto the edge of the Australian outback and into an oasis by the Murray River. Sample the region's famous food and wine at citrus groves and vineyards, hit the water, or venture out into the rugged yet beautiful Mungo National Park.

Regional gourmet treat

Mildura's fine food and wine has made a mark all over Australia. Work up an appetite and head to Langtree Avenue, nicknamed 'Feast Street', one of Victoria's renowned dining strips. Sample a brew at the Mildura Brewery or visit the Chateau Mildura winery. The Mildura Jazz Food and Wine Festival is a greatly anticipated each year, combining live music with wine tastings and gourmet food events.

Mildura is also the home of chef Stefano de Pieri, the region's Tourism Ambassador for food and wine. His range of cookbooks, television programs and MasterChef guest appearances, has helped boost Mildura's reputation for excellent food and diverse produce. Awarded two hats by The Age Good Food Guide, de Pieri's iconic restaurant Stefano's is a must during your visit to Mildura.

Holiday on the water

Take off on a nineteenth century paddle steamer cruise or captain your own houseboat, making the occasional stop on sandy river beaches to experience the bliss of river life.

The Mildura 100 is an exciting pro waterskiing event that draws thousands to the region each year. Watch the pros, and then try it yourself. A number of local operators offer professional instruction in waterskiing and wakeboarding.

Dawn and dusk in the Outback

Beyond the lush, green countryside of the riverbanks stretches the vast Australian outback. See it in style via hot air balloon. Exhilarating balloon flights are worth getting up at dawn for, especially when followed up with a champagne breakfast.

Explore the sand hills of Mungo National Park, an ancient environment containing some of Australia's most significant Indigenous sites. Take in the outback scenery of the Mallee and be amazed by striking sunsets at Hattah-Kulkyne and Murray-Sunset national parks.

Colourful heritage

Admire Mildura's unique art deco architecture and get a crash course in Mildura's colourful history at the Rio Vista museum on the historic Chaffey Trail. Founded by Canadian brothers George and William Chaffey, the Mildura we know today was the result of the irrigation system the brothers developed, turning a harsh land into a fertile fruit bowl.

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Things to do


Walking & hiking

Kings Billabong Nature Walk

Walk through this wildlife reserve and trace the beginnings of the vast irrigation system that turned Mildura into an oasis on the Murray.



Leaving your menu choices to the whim of the chef could be daunting if the chef was any other than Stefano de Pieri with his flawless, awarded taste.

Nature & wildlife

The Murray River

A mountain stream in its upper reaches, the river turns into a meandering river lined with magnificent forests of red gum and sandy beaches.

National parks & reserves

Perry Sandhills

See native fauna, plants and birdlife, Aboriginal heritage and the spectacular lunar-landscape Great Walls of China in ancient Mungo National Park.

Walking & hiking

Bugle Ridge Track

Walk through Hattah-Kulkyne National Park, a paradise for birdwatchers. Wander around beautiful billabongs lined by red gums and sand dunes.

Art galleries

Mildura Arts Centre

Feed your creative spirit at this regional art gallery, performing-arts venue, historic house and sculpture park all rolled into one fabulous setting.

National parks & reserves

Mungo National Park

See native fauna, plants and birdlife, Aboriginal heritage and the spectacular lunar-landscape Great Walls of China in ancient Mungo National Park.

Walking & hiking

Camel Pad Track

Follow the old track used by camels transporting salt to the Murray River 100 years ago through landscapes of Mallee scrub, woodlands and sand dunes.


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Things to do

History and heritage

Board a paddle steamer, explore pioneer homesteads, and learn about indigenous tribes who have lived in the area for over 40,000 years.

Nature & wildlife

National parks and reserves

Escape to the Murray region's unique and diverse national parks. Explore desert landscapes, Aboriginal heritage, lake systems and red gum forests.

Outdoor activities

Water sports

From waterskiing, wakeboarding and canoeing to paddle-steamer rides and houseboat trips, experience the Murray region from out on the water.

The Murray

Food and wine

From wineries and hatted restaurants to country pubs and farm gates, the list of eateries and boutique producers grows with each passing year.