City Facts - Mildura
Mildura is a city in Australia’s Victoria state with a
population of more than 60,000 people. It lies halfway between Melborne and
Adelaide, and is famous for its grape production. It’s a generally low-rise
city with a semi-arid climate that ranges from 15°C to 32°C throughout the
Mildura has traditionally been home to writers, authors and
creative people, and plays hosts to number of annual festivals including the
Mildura International Balloon Fiesta and Mildura Country Music Festival.
Mildura’s central business district is situated close to the
banks of Marney, and boasts a wide variety of shops, restaurants and
supermarket chains, including the Mildura Central Shopping Centre.
Getting about in Mildura is fairly straightforward. The city
has a number of local bus services including Greyhound Australia, which connect
Mildura to other parts of Victoria and New South Wales. Visitors can also use
the Mildura railway line which covers a total of nine train stations.
Mildura Airport is one of the busiest airports in Mildura
and sees a daily influx of passengers via QantasLink, Regional Express Airlines
and Virgin Australia.
Popular points of interest include Fossey’s Ginporium and
Distillery, and the Mildura Arts Centre.
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