Things to See and Do
Featured Things to See and Do
Distance is calculated point-to-point. If landmarks, waterways or rivers are nearby, the distance may be further by road.
Relive the sights and sounds of the pioneer days with a relaxing and informative cruise.
Murray Trek Tours
Small tour operator, specializing in tours to Mungo National Park
Mungo National Park
Mungo National Park and Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area. A tour of Mungo National Park is a must, visiting the famous Walls of China which were once shores to the lake a 30km crescent of sand dunes with breathtaking scenery and eroding pinnacles of sand and clay. Also visit significant sites of the oldest human occupation in this land dating back to Aboriginal life from around 60,000 years ago to the present day. Tours of Mungo National park take place during the day in the winter months.
Taste the sunshine in every orange. See 30 different citrus and avocado varieties. Learn how to grow and care for them at home. Learn how to select good fruit in the market. Fun for all ages.
from 28 December, 2009 to 28 December, 2017
Our Farmer’s Markets are held on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month at our Botanical Gardens.
Country Music Festival
from 21 September, 2015 to 30 September, 2015
800 hours of free entertainment for the lovers of good Country Music.
The Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival
from 20 February, 2011 to 08 March, 2011
The Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival is one of Australia’s leading regional arts festivals and has been recognised with Major Festival Status by Arts Victoria. The festival offers a rich and vibrant four week program of visual and performing arts, workshops, theatre, big screen outdoor cinema, opera, contemporary music, exhibitions, parades and comedy – all in a diverse range of venues that showcase the unique landscapes, natural beauty and rich heritage of the Mildura region.
Mardi Gras Street Parade
from 20 February, 2011 to 20 February, 2011
The parade will marshal at 5pm on the 26th February in Seventh St between Chaffey Avenue and Langtree Ave.