Australian Hunter

Catering for hunters of all persuasions, including those who hunt for animal management, trophies and of course, for the family table.

The Australian Hunter is Australia’s favourite hunting magazine. Published quarterly, it aims to create a better environment and community understanding of all forms of hunting, as well as provide hunters with up-to-date news and product information. It caters for hunters of all persuasions, including those who hunt for animal management, trophies and of course, for the family table.

Australian Hunter includes a range of hunting stories on all manner of game, from small game such as rabbits and foxes, right up to the world’s largest and most dangerous animals. Being the Australian Hunter, much of the magazine is dedicated to hunting in this country, however it also includes adventures and advice about hunting in other parts of the world too.

The magazine features firearm, knife and general product reviews from experienced hunters and outdoor enthusiasts, as well as practical advice for choosing and using these tools in the field. It also includes camp kitchen and game meat recipes and reader competitions.

The Australian Hunter is Australia’s favourite hunting magazine. Published quarterly, it aims to create a better environment and community understanding of all forms of hunting, as well as provide hunters with up-to-date news and product information. It caters for hunters of all persuasions, including those who hunt for animal management, trophies and of course, for the family table.

Australian Hunter includes a range of hunting stories on all manner of game, from small game such as rabbits and foxes, right up to the world’s largest and most dangerous animals. Being the Australian Hunter, much of the magazine is dedicated to hunting in this country, however it also includes adventures and advice about hunting in other parts of the world too.

The magazine features firearm, knife and general product reviews from experienced hunters and outdoor enthusiasts, as well as practical advice for choosing and using these tools in the field. It also includes camp kitchen and game meat recipes and reader competitions.

Edition 66

Sam Garro marvels at Australia’s Woodleigh Hydrostatically Stabilised Bullet, Con Kapralos finds small ferals can’t match the Winchester CZ 527 American Sporter in .204, Royce Wilson reminisces about Winchester’s iconic Model 1892, Don Caswell discovers a faithful military reproduction in Nioa’s Diana Mauser K98 air rifle, Brad Allen takes aim with rimfire hunting scopes and takes off in Yamaha’s Wolverine X4 side-by-side ATV. Dick Eussen turns tracking into an artform, David Duffy challenges Arnhem Land banteng, Chris Redlich sweeps the farmyard of ferals, Anthony Puddicombe outwits wild dogs, Mark van den Boogart grasps goats and pigs in Pilliga, Perry Magowan beats diversity to hunt stags and Gordon Nelis heads to South Africa for an Eastern Cape Safari. We also hunt for decent sleeping bags and boots, recapture the Supex waterbag’s effectiveness, peer into Robert Dewey’s hunting knife equipment kit, uncover the ideal camp kitchen paring knives, butcher rear leg roast and cook wood-fired roast, goat stroganoff and our own jerky – it’s easy!

Australian Hunter 66 is available for mobile, tablet and desktop devices through Zinio. Order in digital for whatever device suits you best so you can enjoy your favourite hunting magazine wherever you go! Alternatively, you can subscribe in print.

Edition 65

Potent worldwide trials and tribulations aplenty this winter as we get mobile with the Shooter MOBEEL UTV, Sam Garro braces the NSW wet hunting ducks and boars, Chris Redlich hunts bucks in the treacherous NZ Alps, environmental volunteers Ben Unten and Ross Preston face feral cats and foxes, Christie Pisani assists with treating bites and stings, and Blake Hjorth adventures in southern Africa hunting. Con Kapralos expertly reviews Franchi’s Horizon bolt-action rifle and the Outdoor Edge Razor-Pro 2-Blade razor/gutting knife, Steve Bain favours Bushnell’s trail camera solar panels and security box, Rod Pascoe successfully fires Fusion deer ammo from Federal and we take a congenial look at PJ Booth’s A Charcuterie Diary and Campology’s Aussie Bush Kettle. Thomas Talbor shares rewarding wisdom on top hunting bullets, Dick Eussen on hunting knives, Henri Lach on vintage knives, Perry Magowan on sighting stags, Don Caswell on leading moving targets and John Denman on prosperous aged hunting. Hone your rump butchering skills and cook delicious braised goat rump steaks and further indulge the tastebuds with a traditional Yorkshire pork pie and Field to Fork’s cranberry duck breasts.

Australian Hunter 65 is available for mobile, tablet and desktop devices through Zinio. Order in digital for whatever device suits you best so you can enjoy your favourite hunting magazine wherever you go! Alternatively, you can subscribe in print.

Edition 64

Leon Wright has duck season covered with Beretta Silver Pigeon shotguns. Dick Uessen hunts summertime pigs, John Dunn reminisces about chasing buffalo in Arnhem Land and David Hughes hunts stag in Tasmania. Thomas Tabor discusses geese shooting in Canada and Ben Smith on hunting tahrs in NZ, along with Grayboe’s answer to a better rifle stock. John Dunn has a comprehensive review of the Browning A-Bolt Creedmoor rifle while John McDougall praises Gambore shotshells. Rick Huckstepp runs the rule over the GPO Evolve 8x 1-8×24 scope, Brad Allen takes the Yamaha Kodiak 450 ATV for a spin and argues for the knife’s necessity, while Con Kapralos tests Outdoor Edge’s Game Processing Set and Sharpener. To whet the appetite, Sam Talbot reviews Buck, Buck, Moose by award-winning chef Hank Shaw, Steve and Lynn Bain cook goat, Peter d’Plesse has a recipe for Moroccan goat, and Don Caswell for roo tail stew.

Australian Hunter 64 is available for mobile, tablet and desktop devices through Zinio. Order in digital for whatever device suits you best so you can enjoy your favourite hunting magazine wherever you go! Alternatively, you can subscribe in print.

Edition 63

Rick Huckstepp tries out the Tikka T3x TAC A1 rifle and Con Kapralos takes a deer during his review of the Steyr Mannlicher Scout Ranger rifle. Matthew Dunne savours the experience of his first pheasant trek in England, while old hand Steven Fine recounts some interesting tales from his time as an African safari guide. Christie Pisani details how to dispense first aid for bleeds and wounds encountered in the field, while Benjamin Unten is impressed with a folding gambrel from Hunt Catch Cook. Perry Magowan recalls a special deer hunt he had with his daughter, while Brad Allen goes for a hog deer double. Corry Glanville goes over knife thickness and thinness, while Nathan Lindsay tests the Kizlyar Supreme Sensei blade. Sam Garro, plus Steve and Lynn Blain cover everything you need to know about shooting, skinning, preparing and cooking rabbits.

Australian Hunter 63 is available for mobile, tablet and desktop devices through Zinio. Order in digital for whatever device suits you best so you can enjoy your favourite hunting magazine wherever you go! Alternatively, you can subscribe in print.

Edition 62

High adventure is on the agenda as David Hughes goes on a gruelling trek for kudu across the vast expanses of Africa and Ossie Oswald visits Sweden where he learns tactics to land driven boar. Back on Australian soil, Rhys Leslie outlines the special aura that duck season opening has with his family and Rob Murton relives his ‘wild life’ through the years on South Australia’s Kangaroo Island. Meanwhile, John Denman shares his tips for buying a four-wheel drive and Benjamen Unten ponders two options for the task of field-dressing. Lynn Bain dishes up a French delicacy of mustard rabbit braised in white wine, Don Caswell bakes a kangaroo pie floater and Peter d’Plesse offers a tender Burmese pork curry. We also review Marlin’s 1895 GSBL lever-action rifle, Huglu’s 103DE Camo shotgun, Kizlyar’s Baikal knife, Steiner’s GS3 riflescopes, Garmin’s Foretrex 401 GPS and a selection of Nordik game callers.

Edition 61

Don Caswell inspects the Ruger American Rimfire .22LR 18″ OD Green rifle and Con Kapralos field tests Browning’s X-bolt Composite Stalker rifle and also Leica’s Noctivid 8×42 binoculars. Ted Mitchell has an exciting but dangerous encounter with some buffaloes, while LP Brezny travels to Texas in search of whitetail deer. Peter d’Plesse shares some of the wisdom he has gained after more than 40 years of hunting feral pigs and John Pond gives some advice to hunters about what boats would best suit them. Nathan Lindsay gets reviews the Outdoor Edge Razor-Blade and Dick Eussen checks out Walther’s Tomahawk and Multi Functional Axe. Christie Pisani explains why prevention is always better than cure when it comes to safety in the field, while Don Caswell puts forward the case for wearing blaze camouflage clothing when hunting. In the camp kitchen, Steve Bain serves up pig in a box and Peter d’Plesse has a great recipe for Paroo River pork.

Australian Hunter 61 is available for mobile, tablet and desktop devices through Zinio. Order in digital for whatever device suits you best so you can enjoy your favourite hunting magazine wherever you go! Alternatively, you can subscribe in print.

Edition 60

John Dunn revisits the Lithgow Arms LA101 CrossOver .22WMR rifle and Con Kapralos takes a look at the Tikka T3x Hunter rife. Lynn Bain patrols the granite belt for pesky boars and while Chris Redlich takes on wild dogs, but ends up with a koala. Brad Allen describes the long and short of shooting sticks, while Dick Eussen explains why saws can be underrated in the bush. Neil Wheatley reviews the affordable Optisan HX 4-12×40 scope and Nathan Lindsay takes a look at Walther Pro Black Tac folding knives. Yannick Cucca journeys to the top of the world in pursuit of tahrs, while Frank Bonneville goes ultralight backcountry hunting across the Victorian Alpine region. Joe Norris gives some tips on how to prepare for hunting overseas, Robert Dewey examines sharp blades and knife sharpeners, and Steve Hurt explains bullet energy, sectional density and momentum for hunters.

Australian Hunter 60 is available for mobile, tablet and desktop devices through Zinio. Order in digital for whatever device suits you best so you can enjoy your favourite hunting magazine wherever you go! Alternatively, you can subscribe in print.

Edition 59

Globetrotting LP Brezny takes us boar hunting around the world. The intrepid adventurer tackles wild Belarusian monsters, goes back to his American homeland to confront Texan hogs and targets northern Queensland pigs. Brad Allen also meets some mighty beasts when he and his family go to Northern Territory’s Arnhem Land searching for Asian water-buffaloes. A deer double sees youngster Joseph Nugent detail his first red deer stalk alongside his dad Derek, with John Dunn’s priority the Victorian hog deer known as the Gippsland ghost. At a practical level, Steve Hunt ponders hunting optics for various terrains, while Wayne Peacock employs technology in the form of the Google Earth program. Don Caswell is enthralled by the knifemaking culture of the Taramundi region of Spain, while our reviewers test Mossberg’s MVP Patrol rifle, the Leica ER5 2-10×50 scope and Hunters Element Sierra boots.

Australian Hunter 59 is available for mobile, tablet and desktop devices through Zinio. Order in digital for whatever device suits you best so you can enjoy your favourite hunting magazine wherever you go! Alternatively, you can subscribe in print.