Deniliquin Region

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
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

George Street, Deniliquin NSW 2710
Freecall: 1800 650 712