Millewa & Murray River Tour
Full Day Tour
Adult $180 / Child $90
8.30am – 4-30pm approx.
Min 2 / Max 10
• Pick up/return from accommodation in Mildura area
• Local guide • Flexible tours
• Home cooked morning tea, breakfast or lunch
• Air-conditioned 4WD bus • Complimentary water
What to Bring
• Sturdy shoes • Hat • Sunglasses • Camera
Appropriate clothing for weather conditions
Journey west of Mildura into the Millewa-Mallee region. Travel back in time learning about the changing landscapes, indigenous history, and early farming settlement. Enjoy morning tea while strolling through treasures of the past
at the Millewa pioneer settlement at the small township of Meringur.
Return to Mildura via the Murray River and the vastness of semi-arid landscapes. Visit the old Ned’s Corner station – once the largest working station in Victoria, now the largest privately run conservation property in the state.
Learn about the Murray River, its floodplain, flora and fauna. Understand how the lock chambers, regulators, fish ladders and other infrastructure help manage our waterways. Meander through shady red gum and black box forests
scattered along the magnificent Murray river.
Enjoy lunch under massive ancient red gums on the banks of the Australia’s longest river.
Experience areas of Aboriginal significance as we pass through landscapes dotted with scar trees,
shell middens and old campsites.
Observe kangaroos, emus and other wildlife in their natural habitat.
Our itineraries take the hassle out of travelling in remote areas by providing safety and comfort in our 4WD bus.
Enjoy the vast local knowledge of our guide Peter Kelly.
As the bus seats 10 passengers, tours are small and personal with excellent service.
We guarantee an unforgettable experience.
Depending on number, our tours can be individualised to cater for any group.
We can tailor a tour to suit your requirements.