Deniliquin, famous for the Deni Ute Muster, is also a great location for outdoor activities like water skiing, fishing, bushwalking and kayaking.
Deniliquin is located in the Riverina region of NSW close to the Victorian border. It is 700km (7 hr 30 min drive) from Sydney, 300 km (3 hr 30 min drive) from Melbourne and approximately 200 km (2 hr 30 min) from the regional cities of Griffith and Albury.
Deniliquin is located on the beautiful Edward River, a tributary of the Murray River. It is a service centre for the surrounding rice, wool and timber industries.
Deniliquin is a 2 hr drive from Narrandera Airport where Regional Express (REX) offer daily flights to Sydney. Albury Airport is 2 hr 30 min from Deniliquin – services to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast are available with Virgin, Qantaslink, REX and JetGo.
More than 6,700 people live in Deniliquin, the median age of residents is 45 years. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make up 5% of the population.
Deniliquin Hospital is a 61-bed public hospital providing emergency, medical, surgical, obstetric and allied health services. Deniliquin Hospital services Deniliquin Shire and the surrounding area.
There is an Ambulance Service of NSW station in Deniliquin.