The Perry Sandhills sit on the edge of the flood plain that includes Thegoa Lagoon. They are ancient and include Aboriginal cultural heritage areas.
As the first semi-arid botanical gardens in the southern hemisphere, this is where the desert really comes into bloom. The plantings showcase a wide variety of Australian and exotic species, the centrepiece of which may be the rose garden featuring over 1600 colour co-ordinated bushes.
Immerse yourself in the award-winning Trentham Estate Cellar Door and Restaurant, on the banks of the Murray River.
A magnificent display of 28-35 Holden vehicles starting from the first model made to current models.
Rio Vista Historic House is undoubtedly Mildura’s most important heritage building, visited by thousands of visitors, locals and school children each year.
Big Lizzie was an enormous tractor used to clear vast expanses of land around the river at the Red Cliffs soldier settlement. It was constructed by Frank Bottrill.
Unique to Sunraysia, this is the only tourist steam train in the area and one of the few small gauge railways throughout Australia.
Psyche Pump Station was built in 1890 to provide irrigation water to the Mildura region. It has a steam powered engine driving large pumpsets.
Family owned and operated, Fossey’s is the epitome of a boutique Distillery. Embracing family history, sensational local produce and exceptional story telling though the art of Gin & Whisky Swilling and Distilling.
Olive oil farm, tasting and sales of award winning products.
Start your morning with Mildura’s best coffee, sit al fresco under the vines for breakfast or take in the latest art exhibition while enjoying lunch and a glass of wine.
Take home a taste of Mildura with local food products including Stefano’s own pasta sauce, preserves, olive oil or vinegar. Tabletop Grapes and Murray River Pink Salt and the cellar door stocks Stefano’s Wine range and other local and imported specialty wines.
Located right on Mildura's doorstep and bordering a wide stretch of the Murray, the 2154ha Kings Billabong Wildlife Reserve is home to wetlands of international significance. Many species of waterbirds live on the billabong including Whistling Kites and Swamp Harriers. Kings Billabong is a popular spot for walking, cycling and birdwatching.
153 Seventh Street,
Phone: 03 50 211 888
M: 0422 212 079
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(unless prior arrangement is made)