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Flights and Travel into Mildura

To travel to the city of Mildura in Victoria, Australia, you have several transportation options depending on your starting location. Here are some common ways to reach Mildura:

By Car:

If you prefer driving, you can reach Mildura by car using the following routes:

  • From Melbourne: Take the M2 towards Mildura via Calder Highway (A79) and Sunraysia Highway (B220).
  • From Adelaide: Take the A20 towards Mildura via Karoonda Highway (B55).

By Train:

Unfortunately, there is no direct train service to Mildura. However, you can take a train to the nearby town of Swan Hill and then continue your journey by bus or rental car.

By Bus:

Several bus companies offer services to Mildura from various locations:

  • V/Line operates regular bus services from Melbourne to Mildura with several stops along the way. You can catch the bus from Southern Cross Station.
  • Grayhound Australia also provides bus services to Mildura from Adelaide, Sydney, and other major cities.

By Air:

If you prefer flying, Mildura has its own airport with domestic flights available:

  • Mildura Airport (MQL) is serviced by several airlines and offers flights from Melbourne, Adelaide, and Sydney.

Once you arrive in Mildura, there are various local transportation options, including taxis, rental cars, and public buses, to help you explore the city and its surroundings.

We hope you have a pleasant journey to Mildura!

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