Hunting in Australia doesn’t get better than this; your own private island, challenging free-range hunting with game animals in abundance, spectacular views, a sub-tropical climate, beach-front lodging and fishing. To top it off, Marble Island has produced the biggest free-range trophies of the South Pacific.
Marble Island is located off the east coast of Australia amongst the coral shoals of the Great Barrier Reef. It is the largest of a group of four privately owned islands all of which have deer on them.
The main species to hunt are; javan rusa, sambar, blackbuck and axis.
Marble Island is well suited for hunting. The hills are steep and provide good vantage points for glassing. There is a good mix of thick cover for browsing and shelter and open sides for grazing. A lack of predators means an abundance of game. All this combined with a reliable sea-breeze gives the hunter a great opportunity to test his or her stalking and shooting skills.
on the Great Barrier Reef
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