In Australia’s Northern Territory you can realise your dreams of a grand wildlife adventure, rich in contrasts. In this region you can find tropical rainforests, mountains and fascinating rock formations, open savannah, mangrove filled lagoons and idyllic lakes. Very few people live here, which is one of the factors that help to create an optimal habitat for a rich diversity of wildlife. It is also possible to find rock paintings, created thousands of years ago by Australia’s original inhabitants, the Aborigines.
In Australia’s Northern Territory you can really live your dream of a huge wildlife experience rich in contrasts. This state offers tropical rainforest, mountains and huge rock formations, open savannah, mangrove filled lagoons and idyllic lakes. Few people live here, and this is one of the reasons the region offer optimal conditions for a wealth of animal life. Here you can also find impressive rock paintings, created thousands of years ago by Australia’s original inhabitants, the Aborigines.
It is only here that you can hunt Asian water buffalo, with their huge trophy, in the open countryside. It is a very much sought after trophy amongst big game hunters. A bull buffalo weighs between 700-1000 kg and buffalo experts rate them as no less exciting to hunt as the African Cape Buffalo. In addition to the water buffalo there is a good population of big wild goats, and in the far-flung, uninhabited parts of the region, enormous numbers of wild boar have grown up over the years. Finally we can also offer hunting for banteng and sambar deer.
Scientific Name: Bubalus arnee Subspecies: 1. Bubalus a. arnee: India. Introduced on Sri Lanka and in Tunesia. 2. Bubalus a. fulvus: Northern Assam (India). 3. Bubalus a. bubalis: Thailand, Laos, Kampuchea, Vietnam and Malaysia. 4. Bubalus a. hosei: Borneo. Introduced into northern Australia, Brasil and Argentine. Habitat: Swamps, grassy jungle, marshy regions, alongside rivers. Description:...Read more
Arnhemland, where the hunt takes place, covers 100,000 km2, which is more than twice the size of Denmark. It is possible to choose between 2 modes of transport to get to the hunting district. The most comfortable is clearly chartering an aircraft to fly from Darwin to Bulman, an aboriginal town in the heart of Arnhemland. The flight takes 1.5 hours, and is followed by a car journey of around 1-2...Read more
Our partners here are Australian Buffalo Hunters, who are owned by Graham Williams. He has hunted and arranged hunting in Arnhemland since the late 90’s which makes Australian Buffalo Hunters are one of very biggest names in the business when it comes to hunting water buffalo. In the hunting district their focus is very much on game management, which over the years has helped sec ure...Read more