Mildura Regional Development is driven by a team of economic and tourism project and product development specialists, committed to working with the community to identify and capitalise on opportunities for growth and innovation. Focused on improving the region’s economic position, we look to add value to collaborative projects and are recognised as a knowledgeable, trusted resource for networking, advice and support.
Visit Mildura is the tourism arm of Mildura Regional Development. We promote Mildura and surrounds as a destination of choice and support our tourism operators to deliver products and experiences that will attract travellers, looking for a unique nature-based holiday that offers rivers and wetlands along with the other-worldly outback . Your next adventure starts here.
Working from the Mildura Regional Development Incubator has been an integral part of getting my business plan off paper and into a reality. There’s been a significant improvement in my business operations and productivity working within The Glass House co-working space where I get to connect with the MRD team and with other start-ups, as opposed to trying to make it work from home on my own. It helps to have other people to connect with and bounce ideas around.
As an e-commerce start-up, being supported by Mildura Regional Development has been invaluable, both in terms of being supplied with office space and being able to seek advice when I hit a hurdle. If the team can’t help me, they always know someone who can. The workshops Mildura Regional Development facilitates are also fantastic from a mentoring and learning perspective.
Mildura Regional Development and their co-working space provides me with a professional environment that a home office simply can’t offer. Access to office facilities and the professional, social atmosphere has greatly improved my productivity and the networking opportunities have also boosted my business growth. My clients have all responded positively to my new workspace.
Success is where preparation and opportunity meet.
Land area: 22,330 km2
Key industries: Dryland farming, irrigated horticulture (table grapes, wine grapes, dried grapes, citrus, vegetables and nuts), tourism, food and beverage manufacturing, transport and logistics, retail, health and community services
The output generated by the Mallee region is estimated to be around $10,222.44 million annually.
Mildura is open for business.