Buronga Riverside Tourist Park is located opposite the Mildura Wharf on the Murray River and is the closest park to the Mildura central business district.
An award winning park, Buronga Riverside Tourist Park has the most relaxing atmosphere set on twenty three acres of natural bushland and abundant wildlife.
With over 100 powered spacious sites, of which 26 are absolute river frontage and unlimited unpowered sites, large motor homes to one man tents are well catered for. Drive through sites are also plentiful. Amenities are second to none in the district. Standard and en suite cabins are also available.
Swimming pool, free gas barbecues, gas bottle refills, fishing from river banks, boat ramp, ice, bait and a well stocked kiosk are all available at the Park.
Come and stay at the Edge Hotel Motel in the extensively facilitated complex. Not only can you enjoy quality accommodation, swimming pool and gas barbecue set in landscaped gardens; all rooms are conveniently located on ground floor and all parking at your doorstep. Simply walk next door to the hotel section of the establishment to enjoy affordable meals at Tutankhamen's Bistro, or relax in the bar and electronic entertainment. The Edge Hotel Motel also offers function rooms for your special occasion and a bottle shop for those wishing a quiet night in.
Also at hand for the visitor is fishing, boating or just taking a relaxed look at what the Wentworth Region and Sunraysia has to offer....
Mildura's best kept secret is over the river in NSW!
Sun River Resort Motel offers clean, spacious modern one and two bedroom units in a quiet location surrounded by lawns and palm tree lined gardens, featuring a large pool and barbecue area.
This is a child friendly resort with a lawn playground and swings.
A conference room and room service is available.
Elizabeth Leighton Bed and Breakfast is located just four kilometres from Mildura.
Experience gracious living at its serene best in a tastefully decorated house surrounded by extensive gardens. Relax on an upstairs veranda and delight in picturesque views of a tranquil billabong and the mighty Murray River. Waterbirds, including wood ducks, black ducks, teal, cranes, cormorants, pelicans and waterfowl are a special feature of this peaceful lifestyle.
Meander through the gardens or enjoy a riverside walk. Be pampered with an indulgent breakfast served in the sunroom or on the veranda.
The accommodation is unsuitable for wheelchairs, children, pets and smokers.
Mildura Houseboats have one of the largest fleet of houseboats on the Murray River in Mildura. They give a Senior's discount to eligible card holders at time of booking. The local airport makes Mildura Houseboats easily accessible from all capital cities.
Mildura has a great selection of food and wine, including the renowned Stefano's restaurant featured in the television series "A Gondola on the Murray", and award winning The Spanish Grill.
There is a beautiful wide stretch of river with easy boarding from flat, lawned areas, cruising along 100 kilometres of river, past restaurants, golf courses, wildlife sanctuaries, bushwalking areas and wineries.
Centrally located near town, Mildura Houseboats offer the ideal holiday to do as little or as much as you like. They have ready-made packages for gourmet food and wine lovers, families, couples and golfers.
Mildura Houseboats - they make it easy for you!...
Orange World has a tractor train tour of the orchards, with informed commentary on the unique facets of the industry that relate only to this area. The tour also includes the nursery, varietal plantings, lookout tower and packing shed.
Fruit grown include oranges, mandarins, grapefruit and avocados. With 10,000 trees and a turnover of over 20 million fruit annually, Orange World is truly the land of the living orange.
The Orange World kiosk sells souvenirs, soft drinks, toys, ice cream, gifts, sunglasses, t-shirts, hats, fresh fruit and pure fresh orange juice. There are picnic areas and toilet facilities available.
While there is free entry to the kiosk and cafe area, the best experience is gained by taking the tractor train tour. Three tours run daily, each taking approximately one hour and including Lookout Tower, Nursery, Packing Displays and Tastings. Costs apply for the tour.
Orange World is closed in February....
Australia's most unique Botanic Gardens, a prime example of what community spirit can achieve, is on display at the Australian Inland Botanic Gardens (AIBG). The plantings showcase Australian and exotic species, including a rose garden featuring over 1,600 colour co-ordinated bushes.
Visitors can enjoy a tractor-train tour through the gardens every Saturday at 11am or by appointment. Garnpang Homestead is open daily, so relax over coffee or lunch and browse through a selection of handcrafted gifts. On the fourth Saturday of the month is a sumptuous breakfast made by talented volunteers between 8:30am and 11am.
The AIBG has opened a Children's Garden. It comprises play equipment made by volunteers, including school students, from recycled materials. This is a place to play in a natural environment. There is a cubby house, sand pit and musical instruments. There is no entrance fee, but a donation for the garden's maintenance is welcome....