Our partners, Australian Buffalo Hunters, are owned by Graham Williams. His hunting expereince in in Arnhemland goes all the way back to the end of 90s. Therefore Australian Buffalo Hunters ais one of the absolute best, when it comes to hunting in australia. The careful focus on game management over many years has ensured that you will enjoy hunting for good trophies in their hunting district
6 days from $9,900
In Australia’s Northern Territory your dreams of experiencing a huge outdoors adventure, in a landscape full of enormous contrasts, can be made a reality. In this Australian State you can find everything from tropical rainforest, mountains and cliffs, to open savannah, idyllic lakes and mangrove filled lagoons. Very few people live here, which is just one of the reasons that the habitats here provide optimal conditions for a rich animal life.
Here you can also find impressive rock paintings, many thousands of years old, created by Australia’s original human population the Aborigines.
The best season for hunting buffalo is from June - September when temperatures range from a minimum of 20 - 23 C to a maximum of 27 - 34 C. This is the dry season, when the use of a 4WD vehicle with air-conditioning can be a real advantage. From October to the start of November temperatures can reach as high as 34 - 42 C during the warmest part of the day. The rainy season starts during November and lasts until March.
It is possible to choose between a comfortable, permanent camp or a classic tented camp. The tented camp is always pitched in a beautiful location, and following the season, is always moved to the area where there are most buffalo. The permanent camps naturally do not offer such flexibility, but on the other hand offer hunters more comfort, while still giving visitors the opportunity of...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
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
Scientific Name: Bos javanicus Subspecies: 1. Bos j. birmanicus: Eastern Assam, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Kampuchea, Vietnam and Malaysia. 2. Bos j. javanicus: Java, Bali. Introduced into northern Australia. 3. Bos j. Iowi: Borneo. Habitat: Wet and dry deciduous forest, swamps and rainforest. Description: Large buffalo weighing up to 800 kg and measuring up to 1,80 m over the...Read more
Scientific Name: Sus scrofa Subspecies: 17 in total, 7 of which occuring in the Indo-pacific region: 1. Sus s. jubatus: Malaysia. 2. Sus s. cristatus: Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Kampuchea, Vietnam and Sri Lanka. 3. Sus s. andamanensis: The Andaman Islands. 4. Sus s. nicobarus: The Nicobar Islands. 5. Sus s. vittatus: Sumatra, Java, Bali, Lombok, Banka and Sumbava....Read more
Trophy fees in US$:
Buffalo no. 2: 3500
Non-trophy buffalo: 2200
Wild boar: 250