Hunting in Oceania

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166 hunting trips from 23 outfitters starting from $750

166 hunts
$750 starting from
27 animals
13778km to the nearest trip

About hunting in Oceania

The South Pacific may not be the first destination to come to mind when considering a hunting trip, but New Zealand and Australia both offer outstanding hunting opportunities and are great outdoor adventure destinations for hunters and their families. New Zealand is famous for its mountain game, especially Himalayan tahr and chamois, as well as for large and impressive red stags, along with a variety of other game. All of New Zealand’s game animals were imported by settlers a century ago but have established healthy populations in suitable habitat. Likewise, Australia’s most sought-after game animals, water buffalo and banteng, were transplanted to the continent decades ago but have established large wild populations in the country’s sparsely populated northern and western regions. Australia also has numerous species of deer, including sambar, fallow, red, hog, and rusa deer, and the deer hunting is excellent in many areas. Rabbits, feral hogs, and other introduced mammals are frequently hunted as well. New Zealand and Australia are beautiful, scenic countries and excellent family destinations where hiking, fishing, sightseeing, wine-tasting, and many other activities can be added on to a hunting trip. “Kiwis” and “Aussies” are some of the friendliest people you’ll meet, and tourism in both countries is very well organized and enjoyable.

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Alpine speciality

Alpine speciality New Zealand

The package includes 3 nights accommodation and 1x Himalayan Bull Tahr on one-on-one basis. ADDITIONAL OPTIONS AND ADD-ONS TO CONSIDER: Feral Goat - $700.00 White Tail Buck - $6,500.00 Arapawa Ram - $800.00 Fallow Buck - $4,500.00 Management Stag - $2,500.00 Helicopter hire - $1,600.00 (per hour) Wapiti / Elk - from $10,000

Trip duration: 3 days

Hunting season: 1 Jan 2019 31 Dec 2020

$4,500 for 1 hunter
Free Range Red Stag Hunt 1x1

Free Range Red Stag Hunt 1x1 New Zealand

'Majestic' - 'Noble' - 'Regal' - The Red Stag needs no introduction. We offer genuine free range - wilderness red stag hunts. Genuine free range red stag hunting is some of the most exciting and challenging hunting you will ever experience. For the 'True hunter' it is a 'must do'. Luxury cabin accommodation - access by Land Rover. Exclusive private wilderness country. Our guarantee - Genuine Free Range Wilderness Red Stag Hunt ! No high fences - No farm bred animals. We hunt genuine wild populations only.

Trip duration: 7 days

Hunting season: 5 Feb 2020 30 Jun 2022

$6,500 for 1 hunter and 1 guest
Best of New Zealand 1x1

Best of New Zealand 1x1 New Zealand

Imagine a private hunting area abundant with exceptional trophy herds in six deer species and scenery so magnificent you can see the Pacific Ocean to the East and the mighty Kaweka Ranges to the West. This is our reality and we invite you to experience it with us. Like many in New Zealand we have excellent genetics in our Red Stag herd but we haven’t stopped there. The premium quality, range and quantity of our exotic herds places us at the forefront of combination deer hunts in the South Pacific Sika, Fallow, Sambar, Rusa and Elk roam freely amongst the red stag on our spectacular property. Hunters have the flexibility to hunt any combination of species without having to travel, allowing the serious hunter to benefit from more time ‘in the field’ in an un-crowded environment. Season Dates: Red Stag — Mid February – August Elk — Mid March – Mid April Sika — Mid March – August Fallow — Late February – August Sambar — Mid May – August Rusa — Gold medal hunters from May Chamois — From May – August

Trip duration: 3 - 10 days

Hunting season: 15 Feb 2020 1 Aug 2020

$2,500 for 1 hunter

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Aleksei Agafonov Founder, Europe +43 (660) 380 28 95
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