THE LAND DOWN UNDER
Ever since the movie Crocodile Dundee hit the screen, we have been taking more and more people to Australia and New Zealand. No wonder, we have fantastic luck Down Under hunting Australian buffalo, Banteng, Jarvan Rusa, Red Deer, Tahr and the list goes on. Australia is home to some of the most unusual wildlife imaginable and offers non-stop wonders of all kinds from magnificent outcroppings jutting hundreds of feet straight into the sky to rivers filled with crocodile.
An island continent located between the Indian and Pacific Oceans, Australia It is the sixth largest country in the world (7,682,300 sq. km.) and the smallest continent. As the continent remained isolated by its remoteness from other large land masses, its flora and fauna are unique in the world. Some species represent a link to the more primitive forms of life, now extinct in other continents.
Most of the land is flat - plains or level plateaus make up nine tenths of Australia. There are large grassland areas in the southwest and southeast. Most of the central plateau is desert, rising to Macdonnell and Musgrave Ranges ,near the geographical centre of the continent. To the east of the desert, The Great Artesian Basin traverses the country from north to south. Northern Australia is tropical, with Savanna Grassland that merges into the country's arid heart.
The Great Dividing Range mountain massif spreads along the eastern coast of the continent, from Queensland to Tasmania. The tropical rainforest belt follows the north- eastern coast of Queensland while the Great Barrier Reef runs parallel to the Queensland coast for about 1,930 km.
The climate ranges from tropical in the north to temperate in the south. Mountain regions in the south east have an alpine climate. Extremes of cold are rare as there are no extensive mountain masses and the continent is surrounded by oceans. Population 18.6 million (1997) The largest three cities, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane hold more than half of the population.
Animals we offer in Australia and New Zealand - Bantang, Water Buffalo,
Crocodile, Kangaroo, Chamois, Red Stagg, (Wild Boars. Pricing 500 per day 1 x 1 and $400 per day 2 x 1 plus trophy fees on
DUNN’S SPORT HUNTING
WORLDWIDE HUNTING AND SAFARI CONSULTANTS
200 W. MAIN STREET, MECHANICSBURG, PA 17055
(717)766-0789 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
GAME: Water Buffalo* Fallow Deer* Scrub Bulls* Dingo
Axis Deer* Rusa Deer* Feral Goats* Wallaroo
Red Stag* Sambar Deer* Boar Kangaroo
TRAVEL/ International flights available from L.A., San Francisco, and Honolulu
ACCOM: to Darwin. Gun license and permits completed before arrival. Season runs March to September, with best stag hunts from mid March to beginning of May. Travelers require no extra vaccinations, and the water is pure with no disease. Passport is required and an Australian visitor’s visa. Winter here is June and August with 70 degree days and nights at 40-50 degrees. March temperatures range from 65 to mid 80’s.
LICENSING: Outfitter collects. Hunt ratio 1 x 1 - $500 Daily Rate
2 x 1 - $400 Daily Rate
Non-hunters $200 Daily Rate
SUCCESS: Virtually guaranteed on all trophy species. Hunts both Northern Territory & Queensland
Northern *Buffalo, 7-day trip/5 days hunting, Northern Territory $10,900 1x1
Territory *Buffalo 10-day trip/8 days hunting at $12,900 1x1 $9,250 2x1
Trophy Wild Boar $ 750
Feral Ox $1,500
Queensland Axis Stag $3,000
Red Deer $2,500
Fallow Deer $3,000
Sambar Deer $5,000
Rusa Deer $4,000
“WE OFFER THE BEST HUNTS MONEY CAN BUY AND NATURE CAN PROVIDE”
*A second buffalo can be taken for a $4,000 trophy fee. No sliding scales, no trophy fee, no hidden costs, no air charters.