Mildura Visitor Information Centre Gift Shop

The Mildura Visitor Information Centre Gift Shop is now home to over 40 local suppliers and expands with various unique Australian made products including produce, art, homewares, body products, an expansive wellness range, branded souvenirs and more. The team in the Mildura Visitor Information Centre Gift Shop are passionate about ensuring you take a little piece of Mildura home with you. There’s something for everyone!



ABC Maps & Guides Books – Local and Australian Maps and Australian author titles

Allan Taylor - local aurthor - Local Artist and Author of "Paintings of old Mildura"

Alperstein Designs - Aboriginal Art products

Alison McGann – Local author of ‘Sunraysia Sun’ children’s book

AS & CO Aus made and handmade eco-friendly products for your home

August Dreaming - Local Handmade Polymer Clay Jewellery

Ausbrand Local dried fruit

Australian Alternate Varieties - Australian Alternate Varieties Wine Show and producer of the book "Alternative Reality"

Australian Garlic Local garlic products

Australian Geographic Holdings Pty Ltd - Australian silo art coffee table book

Australian Art Trails Australian Silo Art calendars

Axiom Publishing - Paddleboat history books

Buttonworks Australia - Mornington Peninsula hand-crafted timber puzzles, homewares & gifts.

Bluey Australia Locally made resin products

Campisi - Local dried fruit producer

Cappa Stone Local cocktail mixes 

Coffee Que – Locally roasted coffee

Crafty Chikas - Locally made Macrame items

Cup of Personalitea - Variety of unique blends of loose leaf tea

Deans Natural Therapeutics – Local wellness product range

Discover Murray - Guides, Maps and Books

Elemental Medicine Local wellness product range

Exposed Signage and Apparel - Customised products

Fyreside (Corporate Authority) - Customised products

Del & Gene– Locally made soy wax candles

Dynasty of Tea Locally made teas and body scrubs

Geo Engraving – Locally crafted laser cut timber products, Mildura branded

Hawkeye Photography Local artist (postcards)

i Got Gorgeous – Locally made earrings

Jacaru Australia – Australian made hats

John Falcon Art - Local artist, oil paitings of Mildura scenes

Journey of Something - Female founded and Australian owned. Puzzle's games and crafts

Julian Wood Booksellers - A prominent Australian library supplier

June Mathew - Local artist who handpaints magents.

Fierce Tribe – Local maker; sewn goods

Fossey's – Local Gin Distillery (selling jam and salt)

Jamie's Dressings – Lake Boga dressings

Just Figs – Local preserves

Ken M - Billy's Blue Dirt Bike Book - Local Author

Lake Tyrrell Salt Company Mallee region salt products

Little Gemz – Swan Hill LGA dried fruit

Mallee Bee Collective – Local bees wax products

Michelle Johnson - Local handmade Aborigianal wares

Mildura City Heart – Local mural art prints and postcards by Travis Price

Mildura Lions Club - Fruit cakes and puddings

Mildura Living - Mildura Living Magazine and tea towels

Mosaics Mildura – Local mosaic artist and storefront

Mildura Chocolate Co – Locally made chocolate

Mildura Farms – Local dried fruit and nuts

Monsons Honey – Local honey

Murray River Salt – Local Pink Salt flake products

Murray River Pilot J H Baker - Books on the Murray River charts.

Monsters of the Mallee – by Local author Nathan Carnie

Natural Wonders – Australian made ‘Good Riddance’ repellents and balms

Ngumpie Weaving - Tegan Murdock - Aboriginal owned. Weaving kits and woven wares

Olivegrove Trading - Locally grown olive products

Outback Almonds – Local almonds

Patsy Doolan - Hand crafted Aboriginal jewelry and baskets

Penni Q Pottery / Renae - Locally crafted pottery

Personalitea – Local tea range

Princess Court Homes - Mildura Living History Books

The Studio – Local ceramic artist ‘Renae’

Poppy's Daughter's – Local wellness and body range

Pure Olive Oil – Locally made soaps

Pretty Sweet Enterprises – Riverland sweets

Rhian Elycia McLeod – Local artist

Riverbend Leather – Wentworth LGA leather smith

Robinvale Estate – Swan Hill LGA produce

Roy Farms – Riverland dried fruit and nuts

Rothwell Publishing - Australian passport stamp books

Sunraysia Golf Tours – Golf visors

Sunraysia Balm & Salts – Local body and wellness range

Screaming Girl Designs – Local artist

Sharon Kirby – Local indigenous artist

Sow 'n Sow - Eco friendly greetings to grow

Sunraysia Community Health (Homebase) - Products made by local youth group social enterprise

Tabletop Grapes – Local produce

Taylor Hill – Australian designed and made scarves

The Food Next Door Co Op - Producer of the Book "We are Home"

The Linen Press – Mildura branded linen

The Preserves Company – Local preserves and produce by Stefano

Teacup & Sparrow - Local author 

Tony Hughes – Local author of ‘Remarkable Voyage’

Twigg Puzzles – Australian made and designed puzzles

Tomfoolery - Australian plush animals

Van Go Collections – Australian caravan designed products

Wild Card Org - Australian singing bird cards

Wild Republic – Australian plush animals

Wilmot Harvey – Mildura branded souvenirs 

Yvonne Allford - Locally made feather earings

Become a Supplier

Would you like to become a valued stockist at the Mildura Visitor Information Centre? We are currently taking expressions of interest from local producers and makers to supply quality saleable goods that represent the Mildura region and Australia to add to the range of merchandise for sale in the Centre's Gift Shop.

If you are thinking about supplying saleable goods to the Visitor Centre, here's some things to think about.

Your product range must be either:

  • Locally owned, produced or crafted
  • Travel friendly
  • A true representation of our region, ‘Mildura’ branded or symbolic

And are your products either:

  • Ethically sourced
  • Sustainable
  • Australian made 

Click here to submit your expression of interest!

Mildura Visitor Centre Gift Shop Ethics and Mission

  • It is important to note that the Mildura Visitor Centre Gift Shop is evolving and expanding in an exciting way – now stocking over 40 local businesses and striving to be 100% locally owned, produced and crafted, Australian made, Mildura branded, ethically sourced, sustainable and/or travel friendly. Proudly supporting local and Australian-made businesses, while being advocates for ethically sourced and sustainable principles.
  • It is a part of our mission to strive to be a ‘touch point’ for visitors (and locals) to promote ongoing economic benefit direct to local business. We encourage people to explore and experience what our region has to offer, much further than the Visitor Centre. This means that upon a successful application, we cannot guarantee to stock every single product you offer because of the Centre store capacity and so that we share the business around with as many local suppliers as possible. We encourage you to make the most of your marketing presence within the Centre by providing information about your business and other promotional material and we will promote local stockists whenever possible.
  • Becoming a New Stockist at the Mildura Visitor Information Centre Gift Shop gives you the opportunity to supply up to 6 different product lines. Limits on product lines are in place to allow diversity with the products available across our region and to share the local business investment between as many local traders as possible. Consideration may be granted, or exceptions may apply for local businesses who categorise in the Local Produce field which offer larger product ranges.
  • Seasonally, the Visitor Centre Gift Shop team may change their order selections to allow another similar product line to be displayed or to try something new. This will ensure we are giving business owners equal opportunities.


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