Out and about
Whether you’re interested in guided town walks, mountain biking, art or cultural attractions, you’ll find it in Deni.
We’re home to around a third of all bird species in Australia; a fact celebrated on a grand scale with the stunning bird mural on a water tower in Scott’s Park in the heart of town. This and more can be seen by taking the self-guided town walk using a map available at the Visitor Information Centre.
You’ll need a car (or, preferably, a ute) to visit the site of the famous Deni Ute Muster, held annually in October. Even when the iconic event isn’t on, the massive gates at the front of the venue are well worth a look. And speaking of utes, you might also notice the Ute on a Pole when strolling through town.
After days of driving, Deni has the perfect antidote: stretch your legs on the lovely Beach to Beach walk from McLeans Beach through town to Willoughby’s Beach. At around 40 minutes each way, it’s a terrific way to relax as you follow the path of the Edward River through River Red Gums and wetlands.