Hunting the South Pacific region of the world can be as adventurous as it is beautiful. Experience the breathtaking scenery and unforgettable accommodations that New Zealand has to offer, or travel to the Land Down Under to submerge yourself in one of the most profound Buffalo habitats that we have ever come across as hunting consultants. Do not overlook this area of the world to hunt, as it offers some of the best hunting experiences available.
Our client success photos from Australia
- Water Buffalo
- Wild Ox
- Feral Boar
Australia’s Northern Territory is truly one of the most remote hunting destinations on earth. In close to 50 years as hunting consultants, we have never come across a more profound Water Buffalo habitat. Every hunter entering this hunting concession knows he/she has a genuine chance of taking a top-class trophy. The area is in excess of two million acres and on every hunt there is a real chance of taking a record breaking buffalo. It has taken more than 25 years of strict management to achieve this benchmark, with an outfitter imposed limited quota of large trophy bulls harvested annually.
While Water Buffalo are the true specialty here, there are opportunities for other Northern Territory species and we can provide you with a comprehensive combination hunt on all species within the area.
Do not overlook Australia for an international adventure. It is truly an unforgettable and real hunting experience with us!
Reach out to us for further details.
Our client success photos from New Zealand
- Red Deer
- Chamois (New Zealand)
- Tahr (Himalayan/New Zealand)
- Arapawa Ram
- Fallow Deer
- Feral Goat
- Feral Boar
The island country of New Zealand is considered by many experienced international hunters to be the most beautiful place in the world, and continuously voted one of the safest places in the world for tourists. The striking beauty of New Zealand’s mountains is unmatched in the South Pacific. New Zealand has a politically stable, safe, clean environment and a temperate climate. There are no snakes, poisonous spiders or other nasty insects. The only predator apart from the feral domestic cat is Man. The population of New Zealand is approximately 4.75 million, with only 1 million living on the South Island where the majority of the country’s hunting occurs. There are no indigenous huntable species in the country, but only importable species from European settlers such as Red Deer (Stag), which is the main attraction, Himalayan Tahr and Alpine Chamois. These imported species have boomed in population and thrived across both islands, although primarily the South Island.
Today, the country of New Zealand is most known for its massive Red Stag, which are grown through selective breeding on high fence properties. Important to note, there is also free-range Red Stag hunting to be done, however the trophy quality on average does not compare to those Stags taken within an estate.
We encourage family hunts so everyone can enjoy the spectacular scenery and the extremely welcoming people of of New Zealand. We are able to offer combo hunts for multiple species, so please reach out to us for further details.