While some practice culture through fine dining and arts, Deniliquin embraces theirs with a Guinness World Record breaking ute muster and blue singlet count.
The annual Deni Ute Muster festival first began in 1999 and has been a tradition every year since. The two-day event is celebrated with 24 hours of live music, bull riders, whip cracking, and of course, the iconic ute muster.
If you can’t make it to the October Festival, not to worry, the tradition has now been memorialised at the Deni Ute Muster Museum. Having opened in early 2021, the museum will take you along the 22-year journey of the Deni Ute Muster, catching you up to speed with the rural event all year round.
You’ll find the museum on the Deni Ute Muster Site in Deniliquin, meaning you’ll even have the opportunity to snap a photo in front of the famous Deni Ute Muster gates or the 30ft Comet windmill.