Welcome to Mildura

For visitors, Mildura has absolute stand-out appeal.  Set on the banks of the magnificent Murray River, Australia’s most important waterway, Mildura provides an irresistible array of water-based, nature-based, local produce and cultural holiday experiences.

From enjoying abundant fresh local produce and award-winning wines, to drifting aboard a luxury houseboat, to a round of golf or exploring so many nearby natural wonders, Mildura is a holiday region that caters for all ages and interests. Well known for its warm and consistently sunny Mediterranean weather, our destination is a further lure for visitors seeking year-round appeal. Long-recognised as an important Australian food bowl, Mildura’s adjacent and prolific agricultural districts are bursting with grapes, citrus fruits, almonds, olives, countless varieties of vegetables plus much more.

Mildura’s big blue skies, sun soaked days and welcoming locals will cast a long and lasting impression, leaving treasured memories of holidays here.

Check out Mildura’s Murray River the highest its been in 20 years.

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Apex Park
Apex RiverBeach Holiday Park totally surrounded by our high river.

High River Levels
Currently at Mildura there are high river levels, but there are no conditions that would prevent holidaymakers travelling to and enjoying time in our region.

River levels will peak in Mildura on Friday 25 November and at Wentworth shortly thereafer. It is expected levels will remain high for around two weeks. This natural phenomenon is a tourist attraction in its own right. Best viewed from Blandowski Walk lookout in Merbein or from the Murray River lookout in Red Cliffs.

Tourism businesses that operate on the River have put a range of excellent measures in place so they can continue to provide the best possible experiences for visitors. Our paddlesteamers are running daily.
Mildura Tourism is monitoring current weather conditions and changing river levels extending along the entire Murray region. River users should pay attention to safety with fast flows and the probability of either floating or submerged debris. The most helpful range of current conditions information can be found on Mildura Rural City Council's Flood Warnings and Updates page.

How to
contact us

Mildura Visitor Information
and Booking Centre

Ph: +61 3 5018 8380 or
Freecall 1800 039 043 (within Australia)
E: tourism@mildura.vic.gov.au

Wentworth Visitor Information Centre
Ph: +61 3 5027 3624
E: tourism@wentworth.nsw.gov.au