Lot 100, Ochtertyre Street, Deniliquin NSW 2710

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 unique ecosystem.

Located within the park, the Ramsar-listed Murray Valley Wetland is home to over 60 threatened native animal species and 40 threatened plant species. Lay down the paddle of your canoe and sit in the silence, enjoying the company of egrets and cormorants, and keep an eye out for the superb parrot, slender and bright green. You may also see night herons, black swans, yellow rosellas, ducks, falcons, cockatoos, tree creepers, pardalotes, kingfishers and owls - this is truly a bird-lover's paradise!


Scenic walking trails, bike trails, native wildlife, flora and birdlife are just a few of the experiences that will keep you and the family entertained.  All within a stone’s throw of town!

Accessible Kayaking and Exploring 

You can now also enjoy kayaking or canoeing using a wheelchair-accessible launch at Edward River Bridge picnic area. The kayak launch helps paddlers with a range of abilities and mobility restrictions get in and out of their kayak or canoe easily and safely. The picnic area also has wheelchair-accessible parking, toilet, picnic and barbecue facilities—making it an ideal spot to enjoy a day out with the family before returning to our very own wheel chair accessible cabins