|Most expensive month:||August|
|Average price in Mildura:||$126/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$63/night|
|Most expensive day:||Wednesday|
Mildura Inlander Resort
373 Deakin Avenue, Mildura, VIC, Australia
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Nestled on the banks of the mighty Murray River, Mildura is an alluring destination with numerous water-based activities, renowned farm-to-table dining and natural spoils. You’ll quickly discover a local brewing and winery scene to rival most places in Australia, along with historic paddle steamers and vibrant art galleries.
Mildura is right on the Victoria-NSW border, so you’ll actually be entering New South Wales whenever you get on the Murray River. You’ll find plenty of reasons to do so, from luncheon cruises on the historic Paddle Steamer Melbourne to fishing excursions, canoeing and stand-up paddleboarding.
Considered an integral part of Australia’s Food Bowl, Mildura boasts its fair share of renowned wineries. Tour Trentham Estate Winery, which overlooks the Murray River, before trying some of the 250 wines at Sunraysia Cellar Door. Time your visit for one of the farmers markets held on two Saturdays each month. Here you’ll find local produce, artisan cheeses and conserves, fresh fruit and live music.
Discover Mildura’s resident artists, writers and performers by visiting the Mildura Arts Centre during an exhibition or live theatre show. Just across the street is Sculpture Park, where you can witness incredible sculptures in a serene setting. Simply walking through the town and following the Mildura Art Deco Walking Tour reveals a collection of beautiful buildings dating back to the 1800s.
Got time for a day trip? Drive about one hour to Kemendok National Park for water skiing, fishing, canoeing and waterfront picnics. You’re also an easy drive from Mungo National Park, which features the town’s rich Aboriginal history and ancient ochre sand dunes.
You can fly into Mildura Airport or catch long-distance buses from Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney. Mildura is a compact town easily explored on foot or by using the local taxis. However, if you want to venture further afield, it’s best to organise a tour or hire a car.
Mildura is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Quality Hotel Mildura Grand, which has a current rating of 7.3. For other potential stays, consider Mildura Inlander Resort and Mercure Hotel Mildura, which can also be great places to stay in Mildura.
Mildura hotels have an average price of $159/night (based on searches on HotelsCombined in the last 3 days).
$90/night is the cheapest price found for a hotel in Mildura by HotelsCombined users over the last 72 hours.
Mildura hotels and restaurants showcase various drinks and food from the locally available ingredients. Foodies and self-proclaimed connoisseurs can visit Thai-Riffic, on Langtree Avenue, and get well-prepared foods, with special diets having gluten-free and vegan options. Andy's Kitchen, on Lime Avenue, offers quality Asian and Chinese foods, with accommodation available at Mid City Plantation Motel, on Deakins Avenue. Get your drinks at the famous Seoul Chicken & Beer, on 30 Langtree Avenue, for an unforgettable experience. Accommodation in Mildura is affordable for luxurious hotels like Quality Hotel Mildura Grand, on Seventh Street, with an all-inclusive package. The hotel is a short drive from Mildura Railway Station and Orange World. Their rooms are air conditioned, with laundry services, plus they have good food and are suitable for family holidays and couple stays.
Most hotels in Mildura are affordable and family friendly. Are you thinking of taking your family on holiday in Mildura on a budget? Indulge Luxury Homes-Dockside, on Bridge Way, makes work easy for you, with their fully equipped kitchen, comfortable beds, free Wi-Fi and parking services with security. Enjoy a patio with garden views and a terrace, plus several rooms for comfort. Mildura Townhouse, on Ninth Street, is a short distance from Paddlesteamers Melbourne and Rothbury and gives you as much comfort as possible, with Mildura Airport (MQL) a short distance away. Murray River has picturesque scenery, while Australian Inland Botanic Gardens, on River Road, showcases various natives from both high- and low-rainfall areas. The garden is a short drive from Australian Vintage Buronga Hill Winery, where you and your loved ones can relax after a long day of sightseeing.
Things to see in Mildura include visiting Melbourne Museum, on Nicholson Street, for wondrous moments and adventures. The museum acknowledges the country's traditional owners and lets you discover stories from different species, with accommodation available nearby at Aarinda Holiday Apartments. In addition, the Mildura Arts Centre & Rio Vista Homestead, on Cureton Avenue, showcases art galleries giving you more history about the country. Accommodation in Mildura is easy to locate, such as in comfortable hotels like Econo Lodge Mildura, on Deakins Ave, a short distance by bus from Mildura Arts Centre. It's a few kilometers from Mildura Airport and offers air-conditioned rooms; or you could stay at Vineland Motel, on Deakin Avenue. Similarly, you can stay at Mercure Hotel Mildura Eighth Street, a short walk from Murray River, and experience top-notch services.
Things to do in Mildura include skating, which is fun and brings the inner child out in you. Have fun with skating activities at the Mildura Skate Park, in Ornamental Lakes Park, and create lifetime memories. Check in at City Colonial Motor Inn and enjoy quality services, including a child-friendly environment, an outdoor pool and being easily accessible for the physically challenged. Sandors Motor Inn, on Deakin Ave, also offers views, with an outdoor pool and complimentary breakfast for you.