Town River Walk
Peaceful walk along riverfront from McLeans Beach to Island Sanctuary. Great bird watching in Sanctuary surrounds.
Peppin Heritage Centre
Information at your fingertips highlighting Deniliquins town history.
Markets held 4th Saturday of each month in the Warring Gardens, stallholders selling locally grown produce, plants and craft.
Deniliquin Ute Muster
On October 2 1999, Deniliquin wrote itself into history claiming the Guinness Book of Records title for the largest parade of legally registered utes in the world. In March 1999, a small group of community minded people led by Council's then Tourism Manager, got together with the aim to start a rural themed festival to bring visitors to Deniliquin. Each year on the NSW Labour Day weekend thousands of utes gather at Deni to experience this great event.
Murray Valley Regional and National Parks
The forests of the Riverina are exceptional places. They have an abundance of plants, animals and birds. They are significant to Aboriginal people and are important to the local and regional communities that surround them. You can enjoy these magnificent forests any time of the year; go boating, fishing, walking and bird watching, or simply unwind on the banks of the mighty Murray.