Virgin Australia operates flights to Mildura direct from Melbourne.
Mildura Airport Information
Mildura Airport is located 7km (10 minutes’ drive) south-west of Mildura city centre, and can be accessed by various transport options, including:
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• Taxi: Taxis pick up and drop off at Mildura airport. A taxi from the airport to the city centre costs approx. $27.
Things to do in Mildura
The Mildura region is renowned its rich earth, striking natural beauty, great local produce and premier wines. Situated just south of the New South Wales boarder, in north-western Victoria, the city enjoys a long indigenous and migrant history, and a proud heritage of harvesting fruit and nuts. Bordered by the famous Murray River, Mildura is a popular destination for visitors looking to explore the Australia’s iconic landscape.
The Murray region is home to unique desert, river and wetland settings. Explore ancient dunes, sand hills and cliffs. Discover historic sites, national parks and protected areas. Join a Murray River cruise and learn about ancient landscapes, history, people and industry. At the helm of the Sunraysia district – one of Australia’s most prominent growing zones – the city is also rich with food and wine culture. Visit one of the region’s many wineries and indulge in a local drop. Meet local farmers and sample their harvests at Sunraysia Farmers' Market. Or book a table at one of the city’s ‘Feastreet’ restaurants and watch as chefs prepare innovative dishes from fresher-than-fresher local produce.
Mildura hosts two major retail zones, the CBD and Centro Mildura. The CBD is home to more than 350 traders and two exciting shopping precincts, fashion strip Langtree Mall, and Lime Avenue, which specialises in all things children. Centro Mildura is a large shopping complex that houses major retailers, supermarkets, a fresh food court, and over 80 specialty stores. Regular Sunday markets add regional flavour and vibrancy to Mildura’s shopping scene. Stock up on fresh locally-grown produce and gourmet foods at colourful community markets like Sunraysia Farmers' Market, Red Cliffs Country Market, Sunday Langtree Mall Market and Merbein Street Market.
Mildura is abuzz with gardens, farms, orchards and vineyards, which supply fresh produce and goods to local restaurants, cafes, cellar doors, food outlets and markets. Located in the centre of Victoria's Food Bowl, the region yields most of Australia’s dried fruit, grapes, citrus, almonds, pistachios, olives, carrots and asparagus. Aptly known as Feastreet by locals, Langtree Avenue, between 7th and 8th streets, is Mildura’s premier dining precinct, featuring an array of restaurants and eateries. For a truly unique foodie experience, board a historic paddleboat and dine, cruising the impressive Murray and Darling rivers.
Mildura and its surrounds have a rich history of winemaking. Visitors can meet the winemakers, learn about their techniques and sample the region’s finest drops at a number of local wineries and vineyards. Chateau Mildura produces three ranges of award-winning table wines. Deakin Estate specialises in both red and white wines. Premium wine brand Lindemans is the region’s best known drop. While Trentham Estate offers taste testing on the banks of the Murray River. Local wines can also be enjoyed at a number of local restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes.
Mildura Holiday Packages
Experience all that Mildura has to offer, our holiday partner Virgin Australia Holidays has a great array of Mildura holiday packages. Packages include flights, accommodation and a great variety of extras.