Located on the Murray River, Echuca-Moama is a heritage river town, home to a fleet of paddle..Rutherglen Information
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On the edge of the Australian outback and an oasis by the Murray River, Mildura offers pretty citrus groves and vineyards, endless sunshine, great food and wine, and abundant water-based activities.
Cruise along the Murray River on a historic paddle steamer, swim, waterski, soak up the sun or spend a few days exploring the river on a houseboat.
Renowned for fine food and wine, Mildura is the home of celebrity restaurateur Stefano de Pieri. Thanks to his Gondola on the Murray TV series and cookbooks, the town has developed a reputation for good food and the quality and diversity of its produce.
The Murray River itself is a major draw and a great destination for a water-based holiday. Captain your own houseboat, enjoy a cruise on a historic old paddle steamer, paddle a canoe, swim, waterski or soak up the sun on a river beach.
Beyond the lush, green countryside of the riverbanks stretches the Australian outback. Explore the sand hills of Mungo National Park, a sublime, ancient environment containing some of Australia's most significant Aboriginal sites. Visit the Mallee with its abundant wildlife, rugged outback scenery and striking sunsets. If you are an adventurous explorer, set out on an expedition to Mungo or Mallee national parks like Hattah-Kulkyne and Murray-Sunset.
Popular events include the Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival in March, Mildura Country Music Festival in September and Mildura Wentworth Music Festival in November.
With a population of 25,000, Mildura is approximately six hours from Melbourne along the Sunraysia, Calder and Murray Valley highways. A number of regional airlines service Mildura from Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney. Flying time is approximately one hour. Coach travel and train links are also available from major cities.
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Located in Victoria's eastern corner Gippsland has some of the finest landscapes in Victoria. Hike..See all locations in Victoria