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Deniliquin Visitor Information Centre

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Contact Deniliquin Visitor Information Centre

They love welcoming visitors to their region. However, in an effort to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the Federal Government is advising Australians to stay home and only travel when it’s absolutely necessary. To ensure they abide by the new restrictions, and to keep their community safe, they are now closed but can be contacted via phone and email. Take care, and they look forward to welcoming you back to Deniliquin as soon as it’s safe to do so. The Deniliquin Visitor Information Centre is located within the Peppin Heritage Centre which was originally the Deniliquin Public School, and renamed the Peppin Heritage Centre in honour of the Peppin family and the influence they had on the founding of the merino sheep Industry. When visiting Deniliquin, please call into the Visitor Information Centre where the tourist officer and wonderful volunteers will be only too willing to provide you with the information that you need. eat coffee. Coach tours are most welcome and staff are able to provide a town tour if required.