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  • Art Vault

    www.theartvault.com.au

    A contemporary arts facility which showcases the works of local, international and indigenous artists. It is housed within a beautifully restored art deco building in the heart of Mildura.

  • Australian Inland Botanic Gardens

    www.aibg.org.au

    First planted in 1991, the botanic gardens are located 7 kilometres from Mildura, across the Murray River in New South Wales. These semi-arid gardens cover an area of 150 hectares and feature exotic plantings from around the world, grouped by geographic region. There is also a rock garden and a large rose garden with over a thousand bushes. Located within the gardens is Garnpang Homestead which was built in 1840 and later relocated to the gardens, housing a cafe and gift shop.

  • Hattah-Kulkyne National Park

    parkweb.vic.gov.au

    Located between Mildura and Ouyen, this park is typical Mallee country with extensive low scrub and open native pine woodlands featuring a network of freshwater lakes seasonally filled by creeks connected to the Murray River

  • Kings Billabong Park

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    Situated 8 kilometres south-east of Mildura on the Murray River floodplain, the reserve is home to majestic River Red Gums and a large variety of birdlife. Attractions include the Psyche Pump Station, Bruces Bend Marina and Kings Billabong Lookout.

  • Mildura Art Gallery

    www.milduraartscentre.com.au

    This regional art gallery showcases works from artists in the local region and a offers a continuous program of changing exhibitions. It is located at the Mildura Arts Centre.

  • Mildura Arts Centre

    www.milduraartscentre.com.au

    The Mildura Arts Centre is the cultural hub of north-western Victoria. The performing arts theatre seats over 400 people and hosts concerts, live stage shows and touring productions. There is a fully licensed cafe which is open daily.

  • Millewa Pioneer Park

    www.millewapioneerpark.org.au

    Located around 90 kilometres west of Mildura at Meringur, visitors can see a number of buildings and artefacts that date back to the 1920s when the area was a thriving farming district. There are also hundreds of memorial trees which commemorate individual pioneering families.

  • Murray-Sunset National Park

    parkweb.vic.gov.au

    Victoria's second largest national park is located south of Mildura in a semi-arid environment with wide open landscapes in an isolated location

  • Orange World

    www.orangeworldmildura.com.au

    This 20 hectare working orange farm is located 7 kilometres from Mildura, across the Murray River in New South Wales. Visitors can enjoy an educational and informative tour on a tractor train around the property which grows over 30 different of citrus and avocado trees. There is also a kiosk and gourmet food shop.

  • Red Cliffs Historical Steam Railway

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    This tourist railway runs along a 2 kilometre section of track on the old Meringur branch line, situated just south of the Red Cliffs township. 25 minute trips on the authentic steam train are available approximately once a month.

  • Rio Vista House

    www.milduraartscentre.com.au

    The historic Rio Vista House was the Chaffey family's grand Californian influenced home which was built in 1891. The Chaffey brothers were from Canada and established Australia's first irrigation scheme after great success in California. Many of the home's original furnishings are preserved, and there are beautiful gardens which visitors can explore.