Green oasis on the edge of the outback. Located 760km south west of Sydney on the banks of the Edward River, Deniliquinn boasts spectacular natural attractions.
Tours & Attractions
Deniliquin – Ute Capital of the world
Deniliquin is situated on the Edward River, an oasis of green on the edge of the Riverina plain, which stretches northwards in what is the flattest land on earth.
The town is in the centre of Riverina sheep station country and on the fringe of the world's largest redgum forest, where bird and wildlife abound.
The natural attractions of the region and the well developed network of forest trails offer you the chance to free your adventurous spirit.
The Festival's colour theme this year is pink and therefore organiser's thought it apt and very worthy to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) at this year's Muster.
Deniliquin Attractions and Adventures
Waring Gardens - established in 1881, originally a chain of lagoons associated with the Edward River.
Ute on pole - In celebration of the nationally renowned Deni – Play on the Plains Festival & World Record Ute Muster the community erected the symbolic and one of a kind ute on a pole.
Long Paddock River Walk - Deniliquin's interpretive panels are situated on a lovely river walk beginning at the Peppin Heritage Centre and concluding at the Island Sanctuary .
Pioneer Garden Centre & Steam Pump Display - outstanding display of steam engines and pumps. Exhibits range from large portable steam engines to small hand pumps.
Try camping, kayaking, biking, bird watching, swimming, fishing or water-skiing. Or take a trip out to Conargo and drink in the sunset on the open plains where the uninterrupted landscape allows you to view the natural arc of the earth.
The island sanctuary has kangaroos, possums, bats, and birds aplenty amidst river red gum. It contains the burial site of 'Old Jack', a member of the Melville gang, bushrangers who visited Deniliquin in 1851.
- Medical Centre
- Dump Point
- Mechanical Repairs