Mildura is a regional city in northwestern Victoria, Australia and seat of the Rural City of Mildura local government area. Residential dwellings consist almost solely of single-family detached homes on relatively large allotments. It is located in the Sunraysia region, and is on the banks of the Murray River. The population has been growing rapidly for several decades and most of the residential growth has occurred in the south-western and southern parts of the urban area.
The central business district is located at the northern end of the urban area, fronting onto the Murray River. Fifteenth Street is also the main strip of big box stores and other commercial enterprises.
The tallest buildings are the two storey 1934 Old Mildura Base Hospital, two storey Marina Dockside apartments completed in 2010 and the three storey tower/spire of the 1920s T&G building.. However, this shopping precinct competes with the Mildura Central Shopping Centre, located at the opposite end of the urban area on the corner of Fifteenth Street and Deakin Avenue. The population was just over 31,000 in 2011.
Mildura is a major agricultural centre notable for its grape production, supplying 80% of Victoria's grapes. Many wineries also source grapes from Mildura.
Mildura is a largely low-rise and low density urban area that is overwhelmingly dependent upon private automobiles for transportation. The main shopping street of Mildura is Langtree Avenue, which features a pedestrian mall and shopping centre
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