Part of the largest continuous red gum forest in the world, this region is an important place for Aboriginal people. Keep your eyes open for Aboriginal sites, especially middens, oven mounds and scarred trees, where bark has been removed from the tree to make canoes, coolamons and shields.
Located on the Murray River, the twin towns of Echuca and Moama are packed with family-friendly activities. Explore the region's rich and diverse history at one of the various museums, take a paddle-steamer cruise or stroll through a living museum at the historic Port of Echuca.
Go horse riding, learn to waterski or explore the Barmah Wetlands to see one of the world's largest red-gum forests as well as hundreds of species of wading and migratory birds.
Moama offers the very best for those who appreciate good food and wine. With more than 50 gourmet outlets and 14 cellar doors to visit, you'll find local and regional food and wine in abundance. Accommodation in Moama is also plentiful.
Discover the wider Deniliquin area on the Long Paddock Touring Route. Follow the information panels or use the audio tour CD to traverse the Cobb Highway on a historic web of tracks and trails linking famous Country NSW towns, and cross iconic rivers, such as the Lachlan, Edward and Murray.
Monday 2 March to Sunday 29 March 2015
31st Wauchope Lasiandra Festival The first Lasiandra Festival was he
Thursday 5 March to Monday 30 March 2015
Life on Flinders Exhibition of Work An exhibition of works in a variety
Saturday 7 March to Friday 27 March 2015
The Blue Mountains - Grandeur and Intimacy - an exhibition by Ian Brown Ian Brown has spent decades photogr