Welcome to Hog Deer Hunting Australia

Hog Deer Australia Hunting East Gippsland have the best Privately Owned Free Range Hog Deer Property in Australia no enclosed wire fences which makes the property absolutely Free Range.

Hog Deer Hunting Australia use Guides with many years of hunting experience both in Australia and Internationaly.


Hog Deer Hunting Australia always have 100% success each year due to only harvesting a small number of stags each year, which also allows us to have quality trophy animals to hunt.

Hog Deer can only be hunted legally during the month of April each year we now have a Special Licence for International Hunters to Harvest a Hog Deer Trophy during the month of February,March and May.

Hog Deer Australia are fully booked for  Hog Deer Seasons 2025,2026,2027,2028 we are now taking bookings for Hog Deer Season 2029.

 Hog Deer Australia at this stage we do not hunt female Hog deer or Hind.

Hog Deer Hunting Australia are located in East Gippsland and all hunting can be either spot and stalk or tree and hide stands sitting and waiting.

Hog Deer  Hunting is easy walking and can suit all age groups and fitness levels.

Hog Deer Australia specialise in free range hog deer only but can link hunters to other species within Australia. 

Hog Deer Australia work on a 2 day guided hunt but we will allow an extra day if needed incase of inclement weather but most hunters harvest their trophy Stag within the first 2 Days and want to go home with the meat so that the meat does not get spoilt, when the hunter has harvested their once in a lifetime trophy that is the end of their hunt.

Hog Deer Australia have provided Successful Hog Deer hunting opportunities to a number of Dedicated Hog Deer Hunters who in the past have Spent Thousands of Dollars as well as Many,Many Years of Unsuccessful Hog Deer hunting  trying to bag their elusive Hog Deer trophy.

Rifle Hunters Only No Bow Hunters.


Australian Hog Deer Outfitters can offer Mildly Disabled Hunters to get their Special Hog Deer Trophy as long as they have their carer with them to assist before and during the hunt.