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Boating

Boating enthusiasts, look no further

Where to ski, fish, float and boat

Whether you seek adrenalin pumping action in your speed boat or wake boat, or prefer a more passive experience in a houseboat, canoe or kayak the beautiful Edward River has it all!

The Edward River, shores lined with giant river red gums, winds through Deniliquin offering a relaxing and peaceful experience for visitors.

The river around Deni is divided into a ski zone and a no-ski zone, so whether you want a peaceful connection or a wild ride, the Edward River has it for you.

Downstream of McLeans Beach is the ski zone, and upstream of McLean Beach is the no-ski zone best suited for fishing, houseboats and canoeing.

Boat ramps

There are five public boat ramps in Deniliquin, and one located further out of town at Benarca Bend.

Public boat ramps in Deniliquin:

Benarca Bend Boat Ramp, Stevens Weird Road, Deniliquin

  • Sloane Street Boat Ramp, Sloane Street, Deniliquin
  • Harfluer Street Boat Ramp, Harfluer Street, Deniliquin
  • McLean Beach Boat Ramp, Butler Street, Deniliquin
  • Twin Rivers Boat Ramp, Riverina Highway, Deniliquin
  • Lawson Syphon Boat Ramp, Lawson Syphon Road, Deniliquin
  • Benarca Bend Boat Ramp, Stevens Weir Road, Deniliquin

Check the latest boat ramp information on the RMS website.

Deniliquin Boat Club

Welcoming visitors and locals alike, the Deniliquin Boat Club has its own clubhouse downstream of the town which provides a base for social functions, boating and water skiing.

The club's facilities include club room hire, private boat ramp and beach access.

They club also run ski lessons in the warmer months, for the latest information on this check their Facebook page.