Life in Mildura
Life in Mildura
Welcome to Mildura. We know you are going to love living in Mildura and have a great time if you are passing through.
Is Mildura a good place to live?
Yes, Mildura is a great place to live or visit. Below our guide to Mildura will give you all the information you need to make moving here easier or make your trip a more informed and enjoyable one.
Visas required to live in Mildura
If you happen to be a citizen from a country other than Australia and are looking to move to Mildura, you are going to need a visa to do so. Australia has many visas on offer that could allow you to live and work in Mildura. Due to there being many different visas, each with it’s own rights and obligations, it is best to take our Free Visa Assessment so we can provide accurate advice on the visa options available to you in your specific circumstances.
If you are moving to Mildura and want to find a job in Mildura we have a guide specifically on how to find and apply for jobs in Mildura for new arrivals. Always make sure you have secured a visa that allows you to work before starting your new job.
Map of Mildura
Weather in Mildura
Mildura is a regional city in north-west Victoria, Australia. Located on the Victorian side of the Murray River, Mildura had a population of 34,565 in 2021. When nearby Wentworth, Irymple, Nichols Point and Merbein are included, the area had an estimated urban population of 51,903 at June 2018, having grown marginally at an average annual rate of 0.88% year-on-year over the preceding five years. It is the largest settlement in the Sunraysia region. Mildura is a major horticultural centre notable for its grape production, supplying 80% of Victoria’s grapes. Many wineries also source grapes from Mildura. It is very close to the New South Wales border.
The city’s central business district is located just a short distance from the banks of the Murray. Langtree Avenue is the main shopping and dining precinct in Mildura, with the middle section of the street a pedestrian mall. The other major retail precinct is along Fifteenth Street in the Mildura South area, where a mid-sized undercover shopping mall and several big box stores are located. The city’s name was taken from the Mildura homestead, an early sheep station which covered most of the area. The urban area of Mildura is surrounded by irrigated horticulture, where the original grape and citrus blocks were located with water irrigated from the Murray River.
Hotels and Accommodation in Mildura
There are all types of accommodation available in Mildura. The best place to find Hotels, serviced apartments or holiday lets is via Book Direct and Save Bookdirectandsave.com
This website lists the exact same properties as Airbnb and booking.com but does not charge the high commissions so their nightly accommodation rates are cheaper.
Or contact any of these great local hotels, apartments or holiday accommodation businesses.
Mildura is full of great businesses and helpful services. Below are a selection of our best.
Accountants in Mildura
Banks in Mildura
Cafes in Mildura
Carpet Cleaners in Mildura
Dentists in Mildura
Doctors and Medical clinics in Mildura
You can make an appointment at any of these local doctors or clinics.
Contact one of the Mildura Electricians below
Hospitals in Mildura
Mechanics in Mildura
Newspapers in Mildura
Pest Control in Mildura
Plumbers in Mildura
Real Estate Agents in Mildura
Restaurants in Mildura
Schools in Mildura
Solicitors in Mildura
Supermarkets in Mildura
Vets in Mildura
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