Don’t hit the brakes on the auto tour before cruising into Cruizin* Diner. Located in the same complex as The Depot this 1950s American-inspired Diner is the perfect place to dine in quirky style. Sip on milkshakes from red vinyl booths topped with neon signage and taste your way through their menu listening to classic jukebox tunes.
If you’re a rev head ready for more country motor experiences a visit to the Ute Muster Museum is a must-do. Located on the legendary Deni Ute Muster site, the museum steps you through the story of how the Ute Muster began in 1999 with interactive screens and informative displays.
You can even snap a photo of your ride in front of the famous Deni Ute Muster gates.
If blue singlet contests, akubras, and bull riding aren’t quite your kind of Australiana, turn your stride to one of the Deniliquins scenic walks. Located on the edge of the Murray Valley Regional Park and the banks of the Edward River, taking to one of the many walking trails will not disappoint.
The beach-to-beach walk starts at McLean Beach, following the path along the banks of the Edward River past river red gums and sandy beaches, into the Island Sanctuary, and the Murray Valley Regional Park. Be sure to keep an eye out for the birds, kangaroos, koalas, and other wildlife along the way.