Arts & Culture
The Mildura region is situated on and incorporates the traditional lands of the Latji Latji and Bakandji people who have been custodians of this land for thousands of years. Accordingly, we pay our respect to the traditional owners and Elders past and present.
Along with strong Indigenous heritage, the region is home to people from more than 50 different nationalities, whose customs, religions and cultures are a focus of many festivals, events and celebrations held in the Mildura area.
Each year the region plays host to hundreds of local, regional and national events. From sport and music to art and performances, there is always something happening.
Details of vents and festivals held in the Mildura region are available online at www.milduraevents.com.au
The region is also home to a thriving arts scene and is considered the North West Victorian hub for arts and culture. The Mildura Arts Centre is home to a regional gallery, Rio Vista Historic House, sculpture park and theatre and hosts a range of exhibitions and performances throughout the year.
Find out more at www.milduraartscentre.com.au
There are many other arts and culture attractions, clubs and activities within the region including sites of historical significance and beautiful art galleries. Discover what else the Mildura region offers at the Visit Mildura website.