Discover Mildura
A vibrant city full of contrast, from the Murray River to the outback, there is something for everyone.

Located in northwest Victoria and sitting on the banks of the Murray River, Mildura is the main regional hub for a vast landscape of native vegetation, dry land farming, and vibrant townships.

With its dry summers and mild winters, the region is at the heart of Australia's 'food bowl', boasting a number of key industries irrigated horticulture, food production, tourism, manufacturing, transport, and health services.

Established in 1858 and developed by the Chaffey Brothers as Australia's first 'irrigation colony', this heritage rich and culturally significant region continues to thrive. Today it is home to a population of 60,000 and is a destination of discovery and immersion, blending natural landscape with exciting attractions and award-winning dining.
Getting here

Mildura is conveniently located in northwest Victoria near the borders of New South Wales and South Australia.


The airport is the busiest regional airport in Victoria with daily flights servicing Melbourne, Sydney and Broken Hill. Twice weekly flights service the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast.


Mildura's unique tri state location makes it an accessible drive from multiple destinations. Public transport options are also available through V/Line and Public Transport Victoria.

Bus: Adelaide to Mildura (via Ouyen) - 8.5 hours

Bus/Train: Melbourne to Mildura - 9 hours