Camping near Mildura

This small city on the banks of the Murray River is near national parks, orchards, and vineyards.

86% (203 reviews)
86% (203 reviews)

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5 top campgrounds near Mildura

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Phil's Bend

6 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · NSW
Our campsite are situated on the banks of the mighty Murray, Euston NSW! Both Euston and Robinvale being a few minutes drive away! We have 6 campsites available, which are scattered along absolute river frontage! your campsite will be away from other campers so you have room to move, but are big enough for you to be able to share the same site with those traveling with you! Our property is fenced and gated giving you that little bit extra security! Entry is via combination lock, the code will be sent to you the day before arrival! If you have selected firewood and your booking is booked a few hours in advance we can drop your firewood off so it is ready for you when you arrive! If you are already on site or arriving shortly we will drop if off as soon as possible! Our campsite are a short stroll over the bridge to Robinvale or you can follow the walking track into Euston! If your bring your boat with you there is a boat ramp just across the river in Robinvale, there is also one in front of the Euston Club We are on both Facebook- facebook.com/philsbend and Instagram- philsbend We love looking at your photos so please tag us All our sites are set up just like an old woodcutter would have set up their camp back in the day, this include a wooden bench, wooden log chair and a fireplace. All our sites have river frontage and are a nice clean place for you to enjoy! -Now for all the boring but important information- *We do not offer toilets and showers so you will need to be fully self-sufficient *We strive to keep our campsites free from rubbish so we ask that you please take your rubbish with you when you leave. *We do allow your furry friends to come along but they will need to on a leash and please clean up after them *Preferred sites are subject to availability * We do not allow motorbikes * We are trying to grow back what has been lost over the years before we got the property so please stay on main roads. * When our property floods the branches and logs that lay on the ground provide the breading grounds for our native fish, for this reason we do NOT allow chainsaws. If require wood please add it to your booking * ENTRY IS AT OWN RISK! THE PROPERTY OWNERS ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OR LOSS TO PERSONAL PROPERTY OR VEHICLES. Please note: our refund policy is set to super strict, this only applies to public holidays and busy periods, unfortunately we had to turn people away only for people to cancel last minute and us being unable to rebook the site!
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Outback Almonds

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents37 acres · Wentworth, NSW
A working almond farm on the banks of the Darling River in far west NSW, Outback Almonds was established in 1998. What began as a 3000 tree crop has evolved to 9000, with a selection of natural, blanched, slivered and chocolate coated almonds. We invite you to stay the night and indulge in one of our three Canvas Bell Tent by 'Glamping', or perhaps you'd prefer to stay at The Cottage. If you're just passing by, or looking for something a little different, book for a Long Lunch or Dinner under the stars*. If you're interested to see how an Almond farm works, harvest takes place from January to April, and is fascinating to many, as it is a relatively unique method of farming for much of Australia. And if it's a new space you're looking for to host your next special event or corporate function, we'd love to work with you! Be sure to make note of Blossom time to visit. *Please allow 7 days notice for us to fulfill your request. For a unique dining experience amongst the almonds please contact us directly.
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AU$30
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Rondel River Reserve

4 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Curlwaa, NSW
Come and enjoy our 20 acre property on the banks of the great Murray River. Campers will enjoy a boat ramp, pontoon with BBQ and large grassed area. There are no facilities available, campers will need to be self contained and leave no trace. Spend your days relaxing by your camp set up, paddling or swimming in the river, fishing from the banks and enjoying the local area. 20 minutes down the road, you'll find the regional hub of Mildura. Mildura is a historic town with all the modern convenience you could need. Cafes, restaurants, breweries and boutiques are plentiful. If nature based activities are your thing, explore the botanic garden, hike through nearby national park or take a tour of Orange World. All riverview sites are suitable for: Site 1 - Caravan / Motorhome / Campervan / Tent Site 2 - Caravan / Motorhome / Campervan / Tent Site 3 - Tents only Site 4 - Caravan / Motorhome / Campervan / Tent Camp fires are allowed - collection of wood allowed. Public dump point 7kms away located in Dareton and Wentworth.
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AU$40
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Willridge Estate

1 site · RV, Tent5 acres · Mildura, VIC
I have a 5-acre property 14 kilometres outside the city of Mildura, just down the highway at Red Cliffs, Victoria. I'm on the ridge, overlooking grapevines and orchards, not far from the local shops or the great fishing spots. It's away from the hustle and bustle, where we wake up to the birds, not cars and trucks. Our night sky boasts 5 trillion stars with no city lights and smog to get in the way. Privacy is key.
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AU$60
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Beautiful mallee field

4 sites · RVs, Tents5500 acres · Meringur, VIC
Come enjoy this flat, grassy site on 200 acres of high quality Mallee habitat. Or if you prefer, we also have a farm yard that is suitable for camping. There is water connected at this site. Located 1 hours from Mildura, 4 hours from Adelaide. Not far down the road you'll be able to swim and fish in the Murray River.
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AU$50
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Camping near Mildura guide

Overview

Lying at the heart of an agricultural oasis of citrus and wine producers in Victoria’s food bowl, Mildura is closer to South Australia’s capital, Adelaide, than it is to Melbourne. This regional city of leafy tree-lined streets houses grand historic buildings overlooking riverside parklands, where paddle steamers and houseboats cruise sedately nearby on the Murray River. Off the water, a historic trail traces the region’s rise in fortunes from the 1800s through prosperous times with restored architectural masterpieces like Rio Vista House and Mildura Wharf’s popular attractions. Campsites are available at holiday parks in and around Mildura, as well as at low-key private campsites and camping grounds, some in pretty locations on the Murray River.

Where to go

Cruise the mighty Murray River

The finest view of Mildura is best enjoyed from the Murray River—and there are plenty of options to explore this famous waterway. Book a cruise on a paddle steamer, whether for a few hours or a few days, or hire a self-drive, family-friendly houseboat for a deluxe river getaway where tree-lined banks create tranquil mooring spots. Paddle a kayak or SUP board beside camping areas around Kings Billabong Park, where campsites come with wildlife and bird-spotting opportunities. If you have your own boat, launch from any of the many boat ramps along the river, including in Mildura, Nicholls Point, and Merbein.

Red Cliffs

Named after the ochre-hued cliffs lining the Murray River that create mesmerising reflections in the still waters, the town of Red Cliffs rises from a fertile river plain dotted with thriving vineyards and citrus farms. Area caravan parks are typically pet-friendly with unpowered sites and tent campsites, plus sometimes a swimming pool shaded by leafy river gums with abundant birdlife. History abounds with the Red Cliffs Historical Steam Railway, along with the only Howitzer cannon on display anywhere in the world. An added bonus? The chance to see “Big Lizzie,” a mammoth tractor built to cart wool from New South Wales outback stations onto waiting paddle steamers.

Wentworth

About 30 km north of Mildura, the historic port town of Wentworth lies just across the NSW border at the junction of the Murray and Darling rivers. Once at the centre of Australia’s busiest waterway, these days Wentworth is a laid-back town brimming with all the charm of yesteryear. Visit the World Heritage-listed Mungo National Park to see its significant Aboriginal history, or start the epic Darling River Run road trip, which follows the Darling River for almost 950 km through Bourke and beyond.

When to go

Summer is the peak season in the Mallee region, home to a Mediterranean climate of dry summers and mild winters. Mildura campsites and holiday parks are very popular during the Christmas holiday period, so if you’re looking for quieter times, visit after the Australia Day long weekend in January once school holidays have finished.

Know before you go

  • Mildura is a convenient city to pick up food and restock provisions with several camping and outdoor supply stores.
  • At the crossroads of three Australian states, Mildura is easily reached from South Australia, NSW, and Victoria.
  • Book ahead for campsites as the Mildura region can get busy, particularly during summer holidays or during long weekends.
  • Mildura’s Visitor Information Centre has local insights into the best time to visit state forests and national parks, plus or where to find the best wifi connection.

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