Deniliquin is an oasis of green on the edge of the Riverine plain, which stretches northwards in what is claimed to be the flattest land on earth – the beginning of the outback.
Deniliquin Region at a glance
Towns and Villages: Deniliquin
Main Industries: Rice, Wool, Sheep Drilling, Manufacturing, Cereal Crops and Cattle
River: The Edward
Did you know? Deniliquin holds the world record for the greatest number of utes assembled in one location at one time (7,424 utes set in 2008).
January – Deni Races – New Years day and ANZAC Day Deni RSL Fishing Club Classic Deni Rodeo & Sun Festival in Waring Gardens
April – Seniors Muster Rotary Easter Art Show
July – Bald Archy Prize Art Exhibition
October – Deni Play on the Plains Festival (World Record Ute Muster) – NSW October long weekend Wamba Wamba Perrepa Perrepa Cultural week – 3rd week in October
Must See And Dos
- Explore the history of wool through the Peppin Heritage Centre.
- Take the Beach to Beach cycle and walking path from McLeans Beach to the Island Sanctuary, home to a large array of birdlife and wildlife, and finishing at the Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre.
- Check out the Ute on the Pole and the Mosaic Ute which both commemorate Deniliquin’s status as the ute capital of the world.
- Go waterskiing, canoeing or line fishing in and around the Edward River’s sandy beaches and lagoons, not forgetting the wonderful State forest in the centre of town with endless winding tracks.
- Discover the giant bullock’s shoe sculpture ’Shod’ at the Peppin Heritage Centre.
Visitor Information Centre
Deniliquin Visitor Information Centre