Visitors’ sneak peak
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.