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Mildura and the Mallee

The states very north west and said by some to be Victoria’s ‘outback’. The Mallee stretches from the oasis of Mildura on the Murray, Victoria’s most northern town, along the Murray to Swan Hill and west to the expansive national parks that cover much of the region.

Mildura

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Originally a sheep station until 1886, when George and William Chaffey arrived from California and set about creating an irrigation… Read More »Mildura

Swan Hill

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A city of around 10,000 people and a major regional commercial centre, Swan Hill sits on the Murray River which… Read More »Swan Hill

Kerang

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Kerang is a township of some 7,000 people built on the Loddon River, on the edge of a series of… Read More »Kerang

Red Cliffs

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A township of some 4,500 people, Red Cliffs is 16km south of?Mildura?along the Murray and sits in prime farming land… Read More »Red Cliffs

Ouyen

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South of Mildura and adjacent to the Murray Sunset National Park and the Wyperfeld National Park, this township of some 1,000 people sits in the… Read More »Ouyen

Hopetoun

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Located on the doorstep of the Wyperfeld National Park and adjacent to Lake Lascelles and Coorong, Hopetoun is a township of some… Read More »Hopetoun

Birchip

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Birchip is a small rural township of around 700 people which services the local  pastoral (mostly sheep) and agricultural industry.… Read More »Birchip

Robinvale

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Located on the southern bank of the Murray River between Mildura and Swan Hill, Robinvale is a very pleasant township of some 2,000… Read More »Robinvale

Donald

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A rural township of some 1,700 people, Donald has served the local farming community since it was first established in… Read More »Donald