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Deniliquin is located at the intersection of the Riverina and Cobb Highway approximately 725 kilometres (450 mi) south west of the state capital, Sydney and 285 kilometres (177 mi) north of Melbourne. The town services a productive agricultural district with prominent rice, wool and timber industries.
Nestled along the banks of the Edward River, Deniliquin is the ideal destination for a holiday or visit. Whether you enjoy water sports, bush walking, bird watching or just relaxing your needs are catered for. Its also home of the famous Deniliquin Ute Muster and Deni Blues & Roots Festival, with the Murray Valley Regional Park and sandy beaches located close to town.
The natural attractions of the region and the well developed network of forest trails offer you the chance to free your adventurous spirit with camping, kayaking, biking, bird watching, swimming, fishing or water-skiing. Its on the fringe of the world’s largest redgum forest, where bird and wildlife abound.
If you want to cool off in the Edward, there is an area ideal for swimming at McLean Beach.