Lot 100, Ochtertyre Street, Deniliquin NSW 2710

Things To See & Do

Deniliquin Water Tower Mural

The 22.8 meter-high Water Tower is located in Scott’s Park, on the corner of Russell and Whitelock Streets. Acclaimed street artist Cam Scale completed the full mural in just 17 days, commencing work on Wednesday 3 July 2019 and...

Parks & Gardens

Did you know that the Deniliquin region is home to over 148 beautiful parks, gardens, recreation areas and playgrounds!? That’s ALOT of picnics in the park and a lot of playgrounds for families to explore whislt staying with us.  One...

Deni Fishing Classic

The Deniliquin Fishing Classic is a catch and release competition held every year in February. It's a superb family friendly event to attend, and you can't find a better place than BIG4 Deni to stay at over the course of the event weekend!...

Markets

Markets are a must do when on holidays and Deniliquin is no exception. Browse through souvenirs, arts and craft, old wares, seedlings, clothing, fresh produce and an array of stalls featuring unique items from our local (and very talented...

Deni Ute Muster

Each NSW Labour Day weekend we're partying on the plains at the Deni Ute Muster, an iconic event played out on some of the largest, flattest plains on earth.  Mention Deni throughout Australia and the famous Deni Ute Muster us sure to...

Long Table Cafe

The Long Table Cafe is a family run, on farm dining experience located just 22kms east of Deniliquin. Located in the quiet countryside between Deniliquin and Blighty, they proudly specialize in serving award winning home made products...

Mountain Bike Trails

Located a stone’s throw from Deniliquin, these trails wind through tranquil river red gum forest and along the Edward River.  The Mountain Bike Trails sit within the Murray Valley Regional Park. Located near the Deniliquin town centre,...

Lawson Syphons

An engineering marvel! The remarkable engineering structure known as the "Lawson Syphons" is located approximately 5km out of town and diverts the canal under the river delivering water to the agricultural areas west of Deniliquin....

Island Sanctuary

An Island Sanctuary and... a bushrangers resting place! Who would have thought that the Island Sanctuary located in the Deniliquin CBD, where there are kangaroos, possums, bats, and birds aplenty amidst the river red gums and the mighty...

Murray Valley Regional Park

Natural Wonder The Murray Valley Regional Park, formed from a number of former state forests, is part of the LARGEST continuous river red gum forest in the southern hemisphere and is not only amazing to explore, but a very important and...

Visitor Information & Peppin Heritage Centre

A holiday to Deniliquin isn't complete without a visit to the Deniliquin Visitor Information Centre! The Centre is housed in the Peppin Heritage Centre which was Deniliquin’s first public school and has been transformed into a regional...

The Crossing Cafe

Located in the heart of Deniliquin and close to the Edward River The Crossing Café offers a relaxed atmosphere mixed with great food and fantastic service. The perfect place to stop in for a coffee or for a meal – breakfast or lunch. ...

Deniliquin Golf Course

Situated on the edge of the Murray Valley Regional Park, the Deniliquin Golf Club boasts one of the nation’s most natural and beautiful courses. With 18 carefully manicured fairways meandering around the waterways and forest, it's is a...

The Long Paddock Touring Route

If you're like us, when you're on holidays you love to jump in the car and do a couple of short day trips to explore the wider region.  The Long Paddock Touring Route is definitely one to add to the 'bucket list' when visiting us. ...

Bird Watching

Did you know that more than a third of Australia's bird species have been spotted in and around Deniliquin?! When you think about the size and scale of our vast Australian landscape - to think we provide a home to so many of Australia’s...

The Deniliquin Region is one full of surprises. 

5 things we love about this beautiful, full of surprises region that we're lucky enough to call home: 

  1. With ancient forests of River Red Gums, waterways teeming with birdlife, and outdoor activities like kayaking, mountain biking, fishing and bird watching, our surrounding national and regional parks are an oasis for lovers of the great outdoors. 
  2. Heading out on the open road north of Deniliquin, drivers will find themselves cruising through the Hay Plains. This vast expanse of flat land and saltbush is counted in the top three flattest places on earth!
  3. As well as being situated on the banks of the beautiful Edward River, Deniliquin also boasts the most magnificent natural lagoon system that meanders through the centre of town. The lagoons are home to an array of birdlife, native wildlife and aquatic species.
  4. Adjacent to the main street is the Island Sanctuary, preserved in its natural condition. The sanctuary is a natural bushland island that has been formed by the Edward River and boasts unique native flora and fauna, including kangaroos and over 100 varieties of birdlife
  5. More than a third of Australia's bird species have been spotted in the Deni region. It’s possible to observe over 80 bird species in just one day within the town. This is most certainly a bird watchers paradise!

For more information about the many natural wonders of the Deniliquin region or for more local travel inspiration, be sure to check out the local Visit Deni website.