Deniliquin is only a short forty minutes’ drive north of Echuca Moama, sits on the banks of the beautiful Edward River and is a fantastic holiday destination for the whole family.
The town has excellent accommodation options with three amazing holiday parks on the river, farm stay experiences and comfortable motels. For those that prefer the outdoors, there are plenty of camping areas along the river and Deniliquin is an RV friendly town.
The river is our major natural asset and activities on the river include boating, canoeing, skiing and fishing for the mighty Murray cod.
Canoes, Kayaks, houseboats and pontoon boats are available for hire.
You will be amazed at the picturesque scenery as you meander along the river through the mighty river redgums in the Murray Valley Regional Park. Why not have a picnic or BBQ on one of the many sandy river beaches?
Off the river Deniliquin offers walking, bicycle and mountain bike trails along the riverbank, through the Island Sanctuary and Regional Park where you will view an abundance of native birds and wildlife.
Deniliquin is also the events capital of the Murray region and home of the world famous 'Deni Ute Muster' and the Big Sky Blues and Roots Festival where artists such as Cold Chisel, Santana, Elvis Costello, The Doobie Bros, Zac Brown Band and Chris Isaak have performed.
The Deni fishing Classic and the 'Cruising Nationals Hot Rod Festivals are other great events not to be missed.
Deniliquin has a number of licensed clubs and fabulous restaurants to choose from.
For the sporty visitors there is the Deniliquin Golf Club which features a picturesque, 18 hole course with beautifully manicured greens and the Deniliquin Bowling club with six greens to play on. Launch your boat at the Deniliquin Boat Club or McLean Beach and ski all day on a beautiful stretch of water.
From Deniliquin there are numerous easy day trips including the Port of Echuca, The Backroads Trail and sunset viewing on the flattest plains on earth.
For more information on accommodation, attractions and things to do and see in Deniliquin visit www.visitdeni.com.au