Vis­i­tors’ sneak peak

Deniliquin Pastoral Times - - FRONT PAGE -

There’s plenty to see and do in De­niliquin, as vis­i­tor Matthew Braine and his chil­dren Alexan­der and Ciara can at­test.

The Mel­bourne fam­ily was ex­plor­ing the op­por­tu­ni­ties in the area at the De­niliquin Pep­pin Her­itage Cen­tre’s tourist in­for­ma­tion of­fice yesterday, and were given a sneak peak at the De­niliquin and district events cal­en­dar for the first half of 2017.

The cal­en­dar is launched in to­day’s edi­tion (see pages 10-11) and also avail­able as a fold-out poster from var­i­ous out­lets. It is pro­duced by the PAS­TORAL TIMES with lo­cal busi­ness and com­mu­nity sup­port and fea­tures var­i­ous pub­lic events, meet­ings and ac­tiv­i­ties.

The Braines are among the 170 vis­i­tors to pass through the Ge­orge St in­for­ma­tion cen­tre since Christ­mas Eve.

Vol­un­teers say many have come from in­ter­state, but there have also been in­ter­na­tional vis­i­tors from Ja­pan, the United King­dom, Ger­many, Wales and New Zealand.

Vol­un­teers say all have had pos­i­tive things to say about De­niliquin and district, with the Ed­ward River still the main draw­card.

Pep­pin Her­itage Cen­tre vol­un­teer Sally-Anne Dil­lon gives Alexan­der, Matthew and Ciara Braine a sneak peak of the De­niliquin and district events cal­en­dar, launched to­day.

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