Hunting in South Pacific

Hunting in South Pacific

Hunting in the South Pacific region is an amazing adventure and a chance to visit the other part of the world, see the fabulous landscapes of Australia and New Zealand, captured in many famous epic movies, find yourself in the midst of sunny summer in the middle of winter and of course to harvest the marvelous trophies. The high class accommodation, a wide choice of outdoor activities recreation, superb fishing and of course the pristine wild nature are among the unquestionable virtues of the region.


Countries (2)

“Australia is about as far away as you can get. I like that." Andre Benjamin

About hunting in the South Pacific region

The nature of Australia and New Zealand are absolutely different. Australia will reward the visitor with an adrenaline rush and hunting for Banteng, Water buffalo and exotic deer species: Rusa, Sambar, Axis etc. New Zealand is famous for hunting gorgeous Red deer, Himalayan Tahr and Chamois. No matter which of the countries you prefer, rest assured that Stalker will see that your hunt is successful and nothing blights your vacation, even in the most remote corners of planet Earth.




Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can I combine hunting for big game in both Australia and New Zealand in one trip?

    Hunting for Water Buffalo and Banteng, and for some species of deer starts in the end of April - beginning of May in Australia. It is also possible to harvest Tahr, Chamois and deers in New Zealand at this time of the year. April through June is a good time for a combo hunt. We advise you to plan at least 3-4 weeks for such a trip.

  • Is one set of clothes enough if I plan to visit both Australia and New Zealand in one trip?

    No, your hunting clothes should be different for each country. Though the countries are located in one part of the world and have the same season, their weather is quite different. For Australia, take a set for the European summer weather (about +25 C or 77 F). New Zealand though can have freezing weather in the night and in the morning, with the temperatures as low as -3 -5 С or 23-26 F. This is especially true for the mountains inhabited by Tahr and Chamois. New Zealand has freak weather that can totally change in thirty minutes.

  • Do I need a visa to go hunting in Australia and New Zealand?

    Unless you are an Australian citizen, you will need a valid visa to enter Australia. As for New Zealand, citizens of many countries do not need a visa to enter. They still need to apply for the electronic Travel Authorisation. Please check the visa requirements or let us know and we will check for you.

  • Are international flight costs included in the hunting costs?

    No, international flights are not included and have to be paid extra.

  • Are there many poisonous creatures in Australia and New Zealand?

    When you are out in the wild in Australia, please beware of spiders and snakes. New Zealand has no poisonous creatures at all. However, the main danger of the region is the sun. Please bring a hat and sunscreen with you.


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