Things To Bring

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Equipment List – What you need to bring


Unique Adventures recommend you bring the following equipment when hunting with us. As we hunt some of the hottest parts of the Australian outback, the equipment on this list can make the difference between a comfortable and uncomfortable hunt. Please discuss any changes you make to this list with us:

  • Bladder Pack / Camelbak
  • A comfortable day pack
  • Handheld UHF Radio (5 Watt recommended)
  • Camera, video camera and any other documentary equipment
  • Spare batteries and chargers for all electronic equipment
  • A good set of binoculars
  • Comfortable hunting footwear (ideal for uneven terrain and summer weather) with spare set of shoelaces
  • Sunglasses and hat (sunscreen supplied)
  • Bushman’s insect repellant
  • Snake-proof gators
  • Enough hunting apparel to hunt for a week (recommended: leafy suits and SPF 30 or 50+ ivory / khaki shirts and shorts / long pants)
  • A compact raincoat (Rainbird recommended
  • Headtorch and compact handheld torch
  • First Aid Kit (we have first aid kits but it is still advisable to bring your own, including any medications which need to be stated at time of booking)
  • Spare water bottles
  • Minimum Calibre / Archery Requirement


    Unique Adventures has rifles for clients to use on their hunts that are registered, sighted in and ready to go. We can advise you of what is available upon request. If you wish to bring your own, the list below shows the requirements and advised projectiles as well as bow equipment:

    Rifle

  • Minimum of .338 Winchester Magnum for dangerous game with the exemption of pigs, i.e., Buffalo, scrub bull and Banteng.
  • Projectiles recommended – Barnes X, Nosler Partition and Woodleigh
  • Bow

  • Minimum of 650 grain arrow out of a 70 pound bow.
  • Recommended shafts – full metal jacket, carbon axis infused with insert, VAP shafts
  • Recommended broadheads – (1) german kinetics, (2) VPAs, (3) black stumps, single bevel broadheads designed for dangerous game.

  • Spare batteries and chargers for all electronic equipment
  • A good set of binoculars
  • Comfortable hunting footwear (ideal for uneven terrain and summer weather) with spare set of shoelaces
  • Sunglasses and hat (sunscreen supplied)
  • Bushman’s insect repellant
  • Snake-proof gators
  • Enough hunting apparel to hunt for a week (recommended: leafy suits and SPF 30 or 50+ ivory / khaki shirts and shorts / long pants)
  • A compact raincoat (Rainbird recommended
  • Headtorch and compact handheld torch
  • First Aid Kit (we have first aid kits but it is still advisable to bring your own, including any medications which need to be stated at time of booking)
  • Spare water bottles