The Murray River is the world's seventh largest river and one of the world's longest navigable rivers, stretching 2,700 kilometres from the mountains in north-eastern Victoria to the ocean near Adelaide in South Australia.

This ‘lunette' on the shore of Lake Mungo is a fascinating formation of layers of sand, salt and clay that have eroded into surprising shapes over thousands of years. Dune erosion has revealed ancient campfires, cooking hearths and burial sites.

Mildura has a busy calendar of arts, gourmet, sporting and musical events. Find out about some annual events you can't afford to miss.

With its mild climate and excellent facilities, Mildura is a popular sporting destination. Have a hit of tennis, go racing, play a round of golf or bowls, or join a team sport.

Discover the history of Mildura, from its original occupiers to European settlement and beyond. Call in at museums, board a paddleboat on the Murray or Darling rivers, follow the Chaffey trail to significant sites and discover the stories of local characters.