Mildura is a small inland agricultural town in northwest Victoria, in Victoria on the south bank of (Murray River), Australia's longest river, and because Victoria and New South Wales are bounded by the Murray River. So Mildura goes north and borders New South Wales.
Mildura is an inland city that focuses on farming and is the center of grape cultivation in Victoria. Before entering the city, it was full of fruit gardens and vegetable gardens. Mildura has a permanent population of about 50, 000 people and has all the functional facilities available in the city. There are airports, railway stations, docks, stadiums, university districts, business districts, etc., although small, full of all organs, because of its inland location, immigrants, especially Asian immigrants are very few.
There are many wineries around Mildura, where visitors can enjoy local wines, grape plantations and wineries, and a hot-air balloon overlooking the beautiful scenery is also a popular event for Mildura. In addition, the Australian Inland Botanical Garden (Australian Inland Botanic Gardens) on the northern outskirts of Mildura, on the north bank of the Murray River, is the first semi-arid botanical garden in the Southern Hemisphere and one of Australia's most unique botanical gardens, attracting tens of thousands of visitors each year.