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Mildura is a regional city in northwestern Victoria, Australia and seat of the Rural City of Mildura local government area. It is located in the Sunraysia region, and is on the banks of the Murray River. The current population is estimated at just over 30,000 in 2009.
- also known as Mildura, Victoria
- founded in (129 years ago)
- part of Australia, Victoria, Rural City of Mildura
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The Licensed Trade (1907)
An Independent Survey by Edwin A. Pratt
Mildura is a hot, dry, and dusty place, and in warm weather one naturally develops a thirst. The water-supply of the town being unsatisfactory as regards quality, one must quench one's thirst elsewhere. As the coffee palace does not attempt to ...
Dining On Turtles (2007)
Food Feasts and Drinking in History by D. Kirkby, T. Luckins
Mildura is a grape-growing region, famous for its dried fruits industry, its wineries and its historical origins as an experiment in irrigation by the Canadian-born Chaffey brothers. Today it is renowned for its award-winning restaurant owned by ...
Ordinary Lifestyles (2005)
by David Bell
Mildura is an unlikely location for gastronomic adventures. Set in the hot, dusty plains of Victoria's Mallee region, it has carried until recently the full weight of urban prejudices against the Australian country town. As journalist Tom Gilling ( 2003: ...
Today, Mildura is a modern city with a thriving tourist trade. The former home of William Chaffey, the Rio Vista is worth a visit. Built in 1890, it has been restored with its original furnishings and is now an Arts Centre. Grapes, olives, avocados ...
TEN POUND POMS (2013)
Our Journey to a New World ‘down under’ by Sandra Burdett
Mildura is a citrus fruit-growing ...
by Chris Bourke
Mildura is a small townin the middle of winegrowing territory on the Murray River, at the border ofVictoria and New South Wales: 'A town renowned for cask wine, appropriately,' says Dobbyn's managerat the time, Roger King. The gig followed ...
by Eileen Willis, Louise Reynolds, Helen Keleher
Mildura is a rural city located on the Murray River, a 7-hour drive from Melbourne or 1.5 hours by plane. It has one major hospital that provides services to people from Victoria, neighbouring areas of the South Australian Riverland and the ...
Today, Mildura is a modern city with a thriving tourist trade. The former home of William Chaffey, the magnificent Rio Vista, and its adjoining gallery, are worth a visit. Built in 1890, it has now been restored with its original furnishings. Grapes ...
by A. R. Chart-Leigh
Mildura is a rapidly developing irrigation colony, on the south side of the Murray. It produces raisins and currant grapes and Mediterranean types of ...
by Roff Martin Smith
Mildura is a good base for visiting Mungo National Park, located about 70 miles ( 112 km) northeast in New South Wales. This significant World Heritage area has spectacular windsculpted dune formations known as the Walls of China, and is ...
Handbook of Digital Homecare (2009)
by Kanagasingam Yogesan, Peter Brett, Michael Christopher Gibbons
Mildura is a five hour drive north from Bendigo (where the Project Manager and Project Coordinator were based).
The Ultimate Guide to the Backcountry for Anyone with a Sport Utility Vehicle by Peter Massey, Jeanne Wilson
Today, Mildura is a thriving agricultural community. Towns such as Holtville, El Centro, Calexico, and Imperial appeared and flourished in what had been desert ba- jadas before the arrival of irrigation channels from the Colorado River.
s: Mildura is an irrigation colony pure and simple, and they go in for the production of frul o vines there almost exclusively. They had some difficulty the first few years in getting * suppl. water, but ...
by Hugh Johnson
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of Australian words and phrases by John Miller
Mildura marching girls The tough roots of the bush mallee tree. milk bar A corner shop selling milk, bread, sweets and groceries. milko A person who delivers milk. Also milkie. Ming the Merciless A nickname for long-serving Prime Minister Sir ...
Pioneering Lives From Ancient Times to the Mid-20th Century by Marilyn Ogilvie, Joy Harvey
Working Man's College, lecturerin mathematics to engineering students; Alfred Hospital, resident; Queen VictoriaHospital for Women, resident; Chronicand Incurable Diseases Hospital, resident; Mildura BaseHospital, seniormedical officer ...
by Bernard Wood
were recovered from this site; all were found in the core of an eroded lake-shore dune on the southern edge of the dry Lake Mungo, 100 km/62 miles northeast of Mildura.
by Random House, Stephen Elliott
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by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor
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