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Getting here & around

Mildura

Travel by car
Mildura is located on the edge of the Australian outback, but is relatively easy to reach from Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney. Quality highways make it easily accessible by car from Melbourne via three main roads – the Sunraysia Highway via Ballarat, the Calder Highway via Bendigo and the Murray Valley Highway via Bridgewater. From Sydney and Adelaide Mildura is accessible via the Sturt Highway. Before you set out grab a map and plan to explore local towns along the way. For more information on these routes collect a touring map call into a visitor information centre.

Travel by plane
Mildura is well served by flights from Melbourne. QantasLink operates daily return services between Melbourne and Mildura, with connections from all cities. For schedules and fares contact 13 13 13 or visit qantas.com.au Regional Express Airlines operates daily services between Melbourne and Mildura. For schedules and fares contact 13 17 13 or visit regionalexpress.com.au

Travel by train
V/Line run daily train services from Southern Cross Station to Swan Hill and Bendigo where V/Line coaches connect to Mildura. Call V/Line on 1800 800 007 or visit vline.com.au for more information.

Travel by coach
The following coach services are available:

  • V/Line Country link operates services from Melbourne – contact 1800 800 007 or visit vline.com.au
  • Greyhound Australia operates services from Adelaide and Sydney – contact 131 499 or visit greyhound.com.au
  • Henty Coaches operate services between Mildura and Horsham – contact 03 5023 5658

Swan Hill

Travel by car
Swan Hill is approximately four hours from Melbourne along the Murray Valley Highway.

Travel by train
V/Line train and coach services run daily to the region. Call 1800 800 007 or visit vline.com.au for more information.

Echuca-Moama

Travel by car
Echuca-Moama is two and a half hours from Melbourne on the Hume Freeway or the Northern Highway.

Travel by train
V/Line train and coach services run daily to Echuca-Moama. Call 1800 800 007 or visit vline.com.au for more information.

Albury Wodonga

Travel by car
Albury Wodonga is located on Australia’s busiest inland corridor between Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne, at the junction of the Hume Freeway (National Highway One), Olympic, Murray Valley, Riverina and Kiewa Valley Highways.

Travel by plane
Albury Airport operates multiple daily flights to Sydney, Melbourne and regional centres.

Regional Express Airlines operates services between Melbourne and Sydney and Albury. For schedules and fares contact 13 17 13 or visit regionalexpress.com.au

Virgin Australia operates services between Sydney and Albury. For schedules and fares contact 13 67 89 or visit virginaustralia.com.au

QantasLink operates services between Sydney and Albury. For schedules and fares contact 13 13 13 or visit qantas.com.au

Travel by train
Albury Wodonga is situated on the major rail link between Melbourne and Sydney. Day and night express services run between the two capital cities with travel times from Sydney and Melbourne similar to driving. Contact CountryLink on 132 232 or visit countrylink.info for more information.

V/Line train services run daily to the Albury from Melbourne. Call 1800 800 007 or visit vline.com.au for more information.

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