Mildura Riverfront Precinct Redevelopment
The Mildura Riverfront Precinct Redevelopment is one of Mildura’s most exciting public works projects and aims to establish Mildura as Victoria’s most significant inland river city.
Stage 1, completed in 2017, was a $19.2 million project that connected Mildura’s CBD to the riverfront through the completion of the Langtree Connection and enhancements to the broader parklands and open spaces.
Mildura Riverfront Precinct Redevelopment – Stage 2
Stage 2 of Riverfront Precinct Redevelopment involves nine hectares of publicly and privately-owned land adjacent to the rail line between Madden Avenue and Walnut Avenue, Mildura.
This second stage of the redevelopment will capitalise on Stage 1 with a focus on Mildura’s significant tourism spend, investing in key infrastructure to showcase Mildura’s assets including the Murray River and its rich Indigenous cultural heritage. It aims to provide cultural, tourism and commercial opportunities, residential land releases, and improve community wellbeing through increased employment in the hospitality and tourism sectors.
Council endorsed a Masterplan to guide Stage 2 in 2013.
Masterplan Review Now Underway
A review of the Stage 2 Masterplan is now underway, with a draft document now on public exhibition and available for download below.
Written feedback on the Draft Revised Masterplan can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to Mildura Rural City Council, PO Box 105 Mildura VIC 3502 by Friday 30 November 2018.