Deniliguin is at the centre of what is reckoned to be the largest irrigation system in Australia and houses the Peppin Heritage Centre dedicated to George Peppin who developed the merino wool industry. Deniliquin produces Rice and has one of the largest Rice mills of the Southern Hemisphere. This town is also famous for its Merino sheep studs Wanganella and Boonoke.
Attractions in the town
Some of the attractions in the town include National trust classified building, Old George Street Public School which now houses Peppin Heritage. Peppin heritage is dedicated to the family of Peppin`s because of their dedication in developing merino sheep industry. Deniliquin also has various other National trust classified buildings such as the Courthouse on the Poictiers Street, a former Anglican church which is now a Multi arts Center on the Cressy Street and Deniliquin historical society. Island Sanctuary present off Cressy Street footbridge has kangaroos and birdlife.
Attractions in the area
Pioneer tourist park present is present 2 km to the north of Deniliquin is famous for its art and gallery. Antique steam and pump display is also present in the pioneer tourist park. Bird observatory is located at 35 km to the south of Deniliquin.