Country hospitality, proud history, natural beauty – and a place you’re always welcome. This is Deniliquin.
Whether you’re here on a pilgrimage to the iconic Deni Ute Muster, or just a relaxing riverside break with the family, Deni is the perfect place to get away from the fast pace of modern life and take it easy.
Deniliquin straddles the Edward River, where towering red gums meet expansive outback plains. Their sunny climate has drawn visitors here to enjoy the outdoors for generations, with plenty of fun on the water by day followed by some of the biggest starry skies you’ll ever see by night.
Deniliquin’s human history dates back tens of thousands of years. The region has remained home to the Barapa Barapa people since these early times. When European settlers arrived in the 1840s, the town grew quickly, fuelled by its riverside location, wool, rice and other crops.
Today, you’ll find Deni offers the perfect combination of natural wonders with swimming spots and national parks on the doorstep, as well as gorgeous gardens and a wide selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants to explore in the heart of town.
From long walks through native bushland to long afternoons in a beer garden, from a gentle float along the river to a friendly round of golf, Deni is here to be enjoyed at your own pace.
They love to welcome visitors, so if there’s anything they can do to make your stay complete, just ask.
Welcome to Deni – they reckon you’ll feel at home in no time.