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Pretty Pine: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Beach to Beach Riverside Walk

Starting the walk at McLean Beach, follow the path along the banks of the Edward River past magnificent red gum trees and sandy beaches. Head past the hospital, police station, and medical centre to the Ute on the Pole. This WB Holden ute was erected in 2000 to celebrate Deniliquin's famous ute muster.

Continue under the National Bridge built in 1969. A diversion at the back of the Peppin Heritage Centre brings you to the Mosaic Ute and the Long Paddock sculpture called 'Shod'.

Pass the sculptures and head down the ramp to the Island Sanctuary. Keep an eye for out for the birds, kangaroos and beautiful trees. Organise a tour with Yarkuwa Indigenious Knowledge Group.

Walk through to the river side of the sanctuary and continue past the first town water supply tower and remnants of where the steam-powered engine was.

Finally you enter the Murray Valley Regional Park.

McLean Beach
Deniliquin, NSW, 2710

Located 19.7K from Pretty Pine

Edward River

The picturesque Edward River winds its way through Deniliquin and is one of the towns greatest assets and attractions.

Famous for its fishing, particularly for Murray Cod and Yellowbelly, water skiing, houseboat stays and sandy beaches, the Edward River offers a relaxing and peaceful experience for visitors.
Hire a houseboat or pontoon boat or relax in a canoe as you paddle through the forest teeming with bird and native wildlife.

Edward River
Deniliquin, NSW, 2710

Located 20.5K from Pretty Pine

Peppin Heritage Centre George Street Deniliquin

Peppin Heritage Centre is located in the old Deniliquin Public School and features an excellent display depicting the struggles and triumphs of George Peppin and his sons in establishing the Peppin Merino Sheep Breed. The centre tells the story of the wool industry and those people associated with it.

The surrounding grounds display the Warriston Ram, old Wanganella Gaol and the Struggle for Water Exhibition. The school's history has been preserved with one room furnished as a 1920s classroom complete with desks, blackboard and other items of memorabilia.

The large exhibition gallery hosts excellent travelling and local exhibitions throughout the year. The Deniliquin Visitor Information Centre is incorporated into the complex with information on Deniliquin and the district, and a wide range of souvenirs available from the friendly staff and volunteers.

George Street ,
Corner of Napier Street
Deniliquin, NSW, 2710

Located 20.6K from Pretty Pine

Deniliquin Golf Club

Deniliquin Golf Course, on the edge of the Murray Valley Regional Park, yet just a stone's thrown from the shopping centre, boasts one of Australia's most natural and beautiful golf settings.

Deniliquin is one of the most picturesque among the famous courses that stretch along the mighty Murray River and its tributaries. They invite you to enjoy the beauty of their course, just like the kangaroos, kookaburras, Superb Parrots, echidna, goannas, lizards, pelicans and a host of other wildlife that abounds in this paradise of nature.

Sitting right on the forest's edge is Deniliquin Golf and Leisure Resort, which works with the Golf Club to offer 'stay and play' packages.

The club also holds many tournaments throughout the year which are open to members and visitors. For details please visit their website.

Golf Club Road
Deniliquin, NSW, 2710

Located 21.6K from Pretty Pine

Lawson Syphon

From Lake Mulwala the Mulwala Canal flows 160 kilometres west to the Edward River. A remarkable engineering structure known as the "Lawson Syphons" diverts the canal under the river delivering water to the agricultural areas west of Deniliquin. Interpretive panels telling the story of these Syphons have been installed on site. Located approximately 10 kilometres from town, further information can be obtained from Deniliquin Visitor Information Centre.

Finley Road
Deniliquin, NSW, 2710

Located 23.9K from Pretty Pine

Pretty Pine: Events

Deni Ute Muster

The two-day event is packed with entertainment including a show n' shine, bullride spectacular, trade stalls, competitions, whip cracking, kids activities and much more.

The Deni Ute Muster is an iconic event played out on the largest flattest plains on earth. It is recognised as one of Australia's premier rural events that encapsulates the diversity, tradition and vibrancy of Australia.

At the core of the festival is the Guinness World Record breaking ute muster and blue singlet count which see thousands of people from every capital city, town and corner of the land converge to be a part of this unique event.

Event Dates
      30th Sep
      30th Sep
      1st Oct
      1st Oct

Conargo Road
Deniliquin, NSW, 2710

Located 17.8K from Pretty Pine

Deniliquin Farmers Market

Deniliquin Farmers Market is held on the second Saturday morning of the month, on the lawn adjacent to the Peppin Heritage Centre in George Street, Deniliquin.

Local producers display a wide range of fresh locally produced fruit, vegetables, pastries, breads, meats, preserves and much more.

Why not stop in and enjoy a coffee or breakfast in the morning sun.

This is a popular market organised by the Naponda Auxiliary which raises funds for the Deniliquin Hospital.

271 George Street
Deniliquin, NSW, 2710

Located 20.7K from Pretty Pine

Pretty Pine: Travel Tips

Peppin Heritage Centre

The Peppin Heritage Art Gallery is situated in George Street, Deniliquin. It was originally the Deniliquin Public School, and renamed the Peppin Heritage Centre in honour of the Peppin family and the influence they had on the founding of the merino sheep Industry.

The Peppin Heritage Centre Art Gallery incorporates the Visitor Information Centre, art exhibition space and museum that is available to the public daily. Entry to exhibitions and the museum is by gold coin donation.

When visiting Deniliquin, please call into the Visitor Information Centre where the tourist officers and wonderful volunteers will be only too willing to provide you with the information that you need.

Situated right next door to The Crossing Cafe, visitors can relax and enjoy river views, surrounding lawns, and great coffee.

Coach tours are most welcome and staff are able to provide a town tour if required.

George Street
Deniliquin, NSW, 2710

Located 20.6K from Pretty Pine

Deniliquin Visitor Information Centre and Peppin Heritage Centre

The Deniliquin Visitor Information Centre and Peppin Heritage Centre is located on the corner of George and Napier Streets, Deniliquin and is open seven days a week 9am to 4pm. The centre also incorporates the Crossing Cafe.

Most of you were taught about John and Elizabeth Macarthur at school but a visit to the Peppin Heritage Centre will allow you to follow the story of the pioneering families such as the Peppins, Austins, Millears and Falkiners whose dedication and hard work led to the famous Peppin Merino.

The Centre is housed in the old George Street Public School which was built in 1879 and you can reminisce in the original old school room with its desks, blackboard and stick.

Marvel at the workmanship of the 1880's ram shed brought in from Warriston and enjoy the tale of the 'Headless Horseman in the original Wanganella Gaol.

The main exhibition gallery always has an exhibition that is interesting and enjoyable. From the rather unorthodox Bald Archy Prize to beautiful gowns throughout the centuries you will not be disappointed.

Groups are catered for with guided tours and are always welcome.

The Visitor Information Centre has all the information you will need to make your holiday in Deniliquin enjoyable. A wide range of souvenirs and brochures are available and the friendly knowledgeable staff and volunteers are there to help you.

Why not come and discover Deniliquin, you will be glad you did.

295 George Street
Deniliquin, NSW, 2710

Located 20.6K from Pretty Pine

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