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Tips for First-Time Travellers to Mildura
Famous for its houseboats and paddle steamers, Mildura also has a lot to offer food and wine enthusiasts. All you have to do is find your cheap flights to Mildura and you’re just flights to Mildura away from your first glass of excellent Australian wine.
Explore by Bike
There’s a 3-kilometre cycle path which winds it way from the Old Mildura Homestead all to Apex Park along the scenic riverbank and is a great introduction to the region. You can rent a bike from the kiosk at Apex Park to explore.
The Mildura region has been called “Australia’s food bowl”, so avoid eating before your flights to Mildura and come hungry! The Sunraysia Farmers Market is the biggest market in Mildura and offers a taste of the best of the region’s fresh fruit and veg, meats, cheeses and more. You might even be able to spot the colourful patchwork of vineyards and orchards that feed the market from the seat of your flights to Mildura.
Stay on a Houseboat
The Murray river is the perfect place for a couple of lazy houseboat days and Mildura in particular offers the perfect environment. There are ample restaurants and wineries along the lush banks, where you can moor to jump off for lunch or a little exploration.
The Best Time to Visit
Cheap tickets to Mildura can get booked up quickly during the summer holidays, so booking your cheap flights to Mildura in the weeks before or after the holidays will help you save on your airfare to Mildura. Winter time is perfect for wine farm hopping, cosy evenings around the fire and comfort eating, so booking your return flights to Mildura between June and August for a winter break would also be a good idea.
Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss
If the promise of fine wine and delicious food aren’t enough to motivate you to book your tickets to Mildura, maybe these highlights will do the trick.
The Pink Lakes at Murray-Sunset National Park
Amateur photographers have been known to book their tickets to Mildura just to see the stunning Pink Lakes through their own lens, but the Murray-Sunset National Park has more to offer. The almost untouched semi-arid landscape and star-studded night sky offer a welcome break from day-to-day life.
Boutique Wine Bars
Remember to leave space for your wine purchases in your luggage before you board your return flights to Mildura. There are a variety of wine bars to choose from, ranging from laid-back to upmarket, each offering a unique tasting experience. There’s even a gin distillery for those who enjoy something a little stronger.
Picnic Spots on the Banks of the Murray River
Once you’ve stocked up on local produce, find a spot on the riverbank and set up for a lazy afternoon picnic. There’s more than enough room to spread out, so shake out your blanket, open up a bottle of wine and enjoy the riverside breeze. Some of the best picnic spots can be found at Jaycee Park, Lock 11, Kings Billabong Park and the Australian Inland Botanic Gardens.
Top Experiences For Visitors
Visitors book tickets to Mildura for more than just the food and wine. These are some of the unique experiences the region has to offer.
Visit Mungo National Park with a Local
Learn about the history of this UNESCO World Heritage Site from one of the people who know it best - a local. There are several tours and tour companies on offer, but booking your with an Aboriginal tour guide will offer a unique perspective from one of the traditional land owners.
Fossey’s Ginporium and Distillery
Love a good G&T? Then you can’t book tickets to Mildura without planning a visit to this local gem. The “Master Ginnovator” will teach you about the distillation process before you taste their creations with a cheese platter. The distillery is open every Thursday, Friday & Sunday from 2pm.
Mildura Arts Centre & Rio Vista Homestead
Enjoy free entry to both the historic house and also the art gallery, Mildura’s most important heritage building. The collection at the Mildura Arts Centre is known as one of Victoria’s best kept secrets and visitors often leave feel surprised at their experience.
Summers are hot but winters can be very cold, so pack accordingly depending on the season you’ve booked your flights to Mildura for. For days spent relaxing on the houseboat, you’ll need comfortable items, but if you’re planning to visit a few wine bars and restaurants, you might want a few more dressy pieces.