Murray Valley National Park
The Murray Valley National Park is a great place to relax amongst a serene ambience of towering river red gums and quiet wetlands. Walk or ride the Gulpa Creek track, explore the area in your canoe or kayak or head to Reed Beds bird hide for a spot of birdwatching.
Known as the ute capital of the world, Deniliquin is situated in Country NSW on a tributary of the Murray River, 750 km south-west of Sydney. The town holds The Guinness Book of Records world title for the most utes mustered in one place and continues to break its record each year during the annual Ute Muster Play on the Plains Festival. Held in October, thisis a fun-packed local event not to be missed.
Deniliquin is at the centre of Riverina sheep-station country and on the fringe of one of the world's largest red gum forests, where birds and wildlife abound in the Barmah Wetlands. A network of forest trails offers bushwalking, camping, biking and birdwatching.
The Deniliquin area is rich in history and heritage, and there are several landmarks to see. You'll also find wineries and restaurants in the region that demonstrate why it's such a popular food and wine destination. If you prefer simpler, earthy snacking, try the Bush Tucker Trail in Jerilderie.
There are a variety of accommodation options to choose from in town.
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It doesn't get much better than a getaway to Australia's greatest river, the mighty Murray!
Take advantage of these great spring deals for a nature inspired getaway with friends and family. The Murray has it all - food and wine, gold, sand dunes, forests and more.
Make your way to the annual Deniliquin Ute Muster on the Plains Festival to celebrate the iconic vehicle with live music, driving competitions and more. Sink a lure during the Deniliquin Fishing Classic or stop by the Deniliquin Farmers Market to find fresh fruit, vegetables, meats and breads.
Cast a line into the nearby Edward River and fish for Murray cod and golden perch. Hire a houseboat or pontoon and explore Deniliquin’s waterways at your own pace. Relax on the sands of McLean Beach or Willoughby’s Beach, or spend an afternoon water skiing down the river.
See how local produce is made and grown during an East Tolans Farm Tour or a Cornalla Farm Tour. Indulge in a glass of fine wine or settle in for Devonshire tea at Clancy’s of Conargo Winery. Head to the Long Table Cafe to sample homemade dishes created using local produce.
McLean Beach on the bank of the Edward River, Deniliquin. Image Damien Ford for Riverina Regional Tourism
Deniliquin sign. Image Damien Ford for Riverina Regional Tourism
Water skiing, Deniliquin. Image Damien Ford