List Of Local Website Resources

A list of some of the best Mildura online resources. These are what I consider to be some of the top informational websites for those of you planning a trip to Mildura. Whether you are looking for general info such as places to stay, eat, or things to do, or something more specific, one of these resources should get you on the right track. I hope you find them as useful as I did.

Our Top Picks: Tourist Information Websites

Mildura Visitor Information Centre

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Generally a local Tourist Information website will be the "go to" resource if you are looking for phone numbers, opening hours, or simply need to know what's on in the area. Packed with useful information.

The Visitor Information Center is located at 180-190 Deakin Ave and you can give them a call at (03) 5018 8380 9am-5.30pm weekdays, 9am-5pm weekends.

Go To The Visitor Information Website

Visit Mildura

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Dedicated to promoting the Mildura area, this website is packed with information on accommodation choices, activities, dining options, and much more.

Go To The Website

What's On In Mildura?

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This website has a detailed and comprehensive list of upcoming events in the Mildura area. From markets to shows, to festivals and cultural events, it's all here.

Use this website to find out what's happening around Mildura before you visit. Highly recommended if you want to plan ahead.

Go To The Mildura Events Website

Hello Mildura

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Enjoy listening to podcasts? Then this might be for you; podcasts talking about what's going on in Mildura. Very easy to listen to, with a variety of interesting guests. There is a new podcast every week. These are of particular interest to local residents, but there is also plenty of content relevant to visitors to the region.

Go To The Hello Mildura Website

Mildura City

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A guide to what's what in the Mildura City area. Basically it's just a directory of local businesses but you might find it useful if you are trying to track down an address, hours of business, or a phone number.

Go To The Mildura City Website

Our Top Picks: Special Interest Websites

Mildura Riverfront

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One of my favourite spots around Mildura, is the river front... very family friendly, and a hive of activity especially on weekends. Soooo much to do.... grab a coffee at one of the popup venues, take a river cruise on the paddle steamer, check out an art gallery, or browse the farmers market. Or simply sit on the banks of the Murray and admire the view.

Go To The Mildura Riverfront Website

Chaffey Trail Information

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While we do have a section all about the chaffey trail, this website goes into far more detail of each historical site. Packed to the brim with old photographs, this is a history buffs dream. Highly recommended if you intend on visiting the trail sites, or are simply curious. I personally find I get a lot more out of visiting historical sites if I already have some background knowledge. This website gives you that.

Go To The Chaffey Trail Website

Makers And Artists, Mildura

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What a great idea it was to create this website. A site dedicated to showcasing local artists, and giving each one an individual page on the site so we can see who they are and what they create.

There is a wealth of highly talented people in the Mildura district, and this site is a fantastic way to find out more and perhaps connect with some of them. Painters, metal workers, ceramics, fashion, photographers, musicians, and much more.

Go To The Makers and Artists Website

Get Out On The Water With Dockside

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If you want to get out on a boat and explore the Murray, and you don't have a boat (or even a boat license), then get in touch with the folk at Dockside.

As well as having a great little cafe down at the marina, they also hire kayaks, tinnies, pedal and pontoon boats etc. The cafe is open 8.30am to 4pm Mon-Thursday, and you can get in touch with them by calling (03) 5023 5222

Go To The Dockside Website

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