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Welcome to Mildura

The Mildura region is renowned for its big skies, rich earth and welcoming locals. Experience respected wine and bountiful local produce that is chosen in the preparation of great food served up at quality restaurants and available at markets, eateries and cellar doors. Discover breathtaking natural beauty, Mediterranean climate and fascinating local histories, stay overnight in comfortable accommodation at apartments, resorts, houseboats, hotels/motels and historic hotels. All of this is located near the region's life source - the wide, ceaselessly flowing Murray River.

 

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Mildura Arts Centre Diamond Jubilee Celebrations Exhibition 27 May-31 July

Make the most of this rare opportunity to view works from our founding collection displayed across four gallery spaces. As well as seeing jewels by Brangwyn, Orpen and Degas, you can also view historic photographs and documents from the opening of the art gallery in 1956. Community Open Day, Saturday 28 May.

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Hattah Desert Race 1-3 July

The Hattah Desert Race has been held for more than 15 years, and now attracts a large field of riders (2015 - 605 total competitors, 205 Juniors & 400 Seniors) not only from Australia but also internationally, pitting themselves against each other on a course that includes dust, dirt, mud, sand with tight corners demanding agility and finesse as well as brute speed.

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Latest News

Blue Green Algae

Consumers are advised that a Blue Green Algae Red Alert has been issued for the Murray River between the townships of Red Cliffs and Merbein within the Mildura region. This situation is unlikely to adversely impact any major school holiday activities. It is also important to note that Mildura's reticulated town water supplies remain unaffected and are totally safe to drink and use.

With the current Red Alert, it is advised that people do not come into direct contact with the water, and avoid activities such as water skiing, wake boarding, fishing and swimming in the affected areas. Caution should also be taken by pet owners in relation to paddling in the shallows or allowing pets to drink water straight out of the river.

In conjunction with local water authorities, Mildura Tourism and local tourism industry operators take pride in providing the most accurate and reliable information so visitors can remain informed when planning a trip to and within Mildura.

While the algae bloom is unfortunate, due to the cool overnight conditions, the red alert may not remain for an extended period. To keep up to date with the latest information, head to the Lower Murray Water website. Click here to read the Blue Green Algae in Victorian Waterways Fact Sheet.  

What's On

The Mildura region is known for its range of events held throughout the year. From a weekend market providing you with a selection of local produce to offering a rich and vibrant calendar of visual and performing arts, traditional and independent music festivals and the thrill and spills of enduro and fast speed motorsports all placed at venues within the region. For an extensive list of market, community and major event information click here.