Explore Deniliquin

Visit Deni

Seeking nature, action and outdoors? Choose destination Deniliquin, the perfect spot for your next family holiday!

Deniliquin is located approximately 725km south west from Sydney and 285km north of Melbourne.

Situated within the Murray region of New South Wales and close to the Victorian border, the town is world famous for its annual Deni Ute Muster, an event which holds the Guiness World Record for having the most utes mustered in one place.

Deniliquin is situated on the banks of the beautiful Edward River only a short drive north of Echuca/Moama.

Edward River Council

Edward River Council was proclaimed on 12 May 2016, following the amalgamation of the former Conargo Shire Council and Deniliquin Council into one strong, cohesive and dynamic organisation.

Edward River Council provides services and support to a community of approximately 9,000 permanent residents across a region covering 8,881 square kilometres, including the town of Deniliquin and the six rural villages of Blighty, Booroorban, Conargo, Mayrung, Pretty Pine and Wanganella.

The Long Paddock

Named after the travelling stock routes that traverse outback Australia, this still working stock route has something for everyone.

The Long Paddock  Touring Route follows the stock route along the The Cobb Highway  from Echuca- Moama on the Victorian border, through to Wilcannia leading to the iconic outback towns of Bourke, Broken Hill & White Cliffs. The touring route takes you past eleven major public artworks and 47 information panels that tell the story of the region. All you need to know about the touring route is right here on the website  – from maps to things to see and do.

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