Are you looking for that Australia hunt of a lifetime? At Infinity Hunts, we specialize in helping you find the type of hunt and experience you want. Through our extensive research and boots-on-the-ground approach, we work with the best Australian guides and outfitters for all kinds of big game hunting. Throughout your entire experience, we will be there for you – from choosing the perfect hunt with the right outfitter to personal support before, during, and after the hunt. So let us put our experience and proven outfitters to work for you on your adventure in Australia!
Australia has a wide variety of game animals. It is best known for water buffalo hunts in the Northern Territories. On these extremely remote and large tracts of aboriginal lands, you can pursue water buffalo, banteng, scrub bulls, wild dogs, wild boar, and other feral species.
In eastern Australia, you can hunt free-range axis deer, red stag, rusa deer, feral goat, wild ram, and dingos in Queensland. We also have access to some estate hunts on challenging properties for red stag, fallow deer, and rusa deer. Sambar and hog deer are also available on free-range and estate hunts.
Our outfitters can also arrange deep sea fishing charters and touring activities in popular areas such as the Gold and Sunshine Coasts, Great Barrier Reef, Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne.
Northern Territories: We access the Northern Territories from Darwin. A 5-hour drive will get you to camp on over a million-acre aboriginal concession and private land lease in remote Australia. The vast and remote land has a massive river system with many creeks and water holes, making it an ideal habitat for water buffalo, banteng, scrub bulls, wild dogs, and feral boar. Banteng camp is on the pristine coastline of the Arafura Sea. Fishing charters are also available from this camp.
Queensland: We conduct these hunts in two areas.
We access the hunting area in Northern Queensland from Townsville or Mackay airports for axis deer, feral boar, dingo, Javan rusa stags, and feral goat. Excellent deep-sea and reef fishing can be added to this hunt.
Southeast Queensland is accessed from Brisbane or Toowoomba Wellcamp airports and is in the heart of great red stag country, with free-range and estate properties. Fallow deer, Javan rusa stag, dingo, feral boar, and longhorn ox trophies are available.
In the Northern Territories, hunts generally occur from July to September, the dry winter season in Australia. Before July is the wet season, and it’s tough to access this area when it’s muddy and flooded.
Hunts in Northern Queensland for the axis deer can take place year-round. For the rusa stags, May through July are the best times as they are in hard antler. You can hunt rusa deer in August and September, but fighting during the rut can cause damaged capes in August and September.
Hunts in Southern Queensland for red stag and fallow deer occur from March to April during peak roar season.
Mid-September to December is typically the off-season.
We can arrange combination hunts for all species with custom packages.
Fly to Darwin, where the outfitter will pick you up for the 5-hour drive to camp. We can also arrange a helicopter or small fixed-wing ride to camp. You’ll hunt over a million acres of aboriginal land or private lease land. Once you get your trophy water buffalo, add a second trophy buffalo or a scrub bull and pursue wild boar, wild dogs, brumbies, and donkeys. You can also hunt banteng in this area from a different camp, reached by driving or helicopter.
Each day, you will access the hunting area by trucks and side by sides. The concession has a massive river system with many creeks and water holes. Game is very plentiful in this ideal habitat. You will spot some herds of buffalo and other game from the vehicles, but most of the hunting will be spot and stalk walking down productive-looking creeks, making for an exciting adventure. It is common to shoot multiple trophy buffalo and several other species on this hunt. The average trophy buffalo will score 95-110 SCI – very nice trophies.
For such a remote area, the camp is well-appointed, consisting of safari tents with beds, lights, tables, and chairs for each hunter, a hard-sided cooking and eating building, flush toilets, and hot showers, and is entirely fenced and well-lit. A camp cook will prepare great meals. Campfires at night under the sky are a great way to end the day.
In Northern Queensland, we have access to two large free-range properties for axis deer and rusa stags. Axis deer will be 30-inch class and can be hunted year-round. The rusa deer are typically hunted for 32-inch and up trophies between May and July, with some giant 36-inch plus taken. Spot and stalk hunting is the norm. Excellent accommodations and meals will round out your trip. Fly to Townsville or Mackay, and the outfitter will pick you up there.
In South-Eastern Queensland, we focus on red stag hunts during the roar in March and April. The most popular trip is to combine an estate stag with a free-range stag. You can also add a fallow deer, dingo, wild boar, or an early-season rusa stag. Spot and stalk hunting is the norm. Excellent accommodations and meals will round out your trip. Fly to Brisbane or Toowoomba, and the outfitter will pick you up there. It is also easy to tour the Gold Coast, Great Barrier Reef, and the Sunshine Coast from this area. We can also arrange deep-sea fishing charters.
We can also arrange hog deer (permits in April or May) and sambar hunts with our Queensland hunts.
We are constantly in the field seeking additional great outfitters and world-class Australian hunts. So, if you are looking for an excellent Australian hunt and outfitter, please contact us so we can start putting together the perfect adventure for you.
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