To help us process your hunting request as quickly and easily as possible, please provide the important registration information below.
You will need the following:
- Valid ID for each guest
A valid photo ID is required for each guest, whether hunting or not.
- State firearms licence
A valid state shooting / firearms licence is required for all shooters.
- SSAA or AHO membership
A current Sporting Shooters' Association of Australia (SSAA), Shooters Union or Approved Hunting Organisation (AHO) membership is required for all hunters on IHP properties. (Some properties require all guests to have membership. IHP will confirm on booking.)
Simply scan or take a photo of your licence(s) and upload the image using the secure form below.
SSAA, Shooters Union or hunting club membership required by all hunters
Copies of firearms licenses, plus Sporting Shooters' Association of Australia (SSAA) , Shooters Union or Approved Hunting Organisation membership (AHO), must be uploaded via the Hunter Registration Area when booking.
For insurance purposes, every hunter must be a member of SSAA or a registered hunting club to make use of IHP’s services.
Please note that property owners rate all members of the group. To allow future use of IHP’s services, a minimum 4-star rating out of 5 is required. This shouldn’t be an issue for the vast majority of hunters and members of their group, who conduct themselves professionally and respect the owner’s property.
Help keep Australian hunting open for everyone
Remember that hunters and their parties are guests on owner’s private property. You have been given special permission to hunt on their land. It’s common sense really. Do the right thing; read the rules and make sure everyone understands them. Most of all, have an enjoyable and safe hunt.
We thank you in advance for your understanding and for respecting the requirements. Please contact via the online form or call us on
(02) 65 599 888 if you have any questions.
You can contact the SSAA by clicking here, or call them on (02) 8805 3900.
You can contact the Shooters Union by clicking here
You can find a list of Approved Hunting Organisations (AHO's) here
Game Licenses are the responsibility of the hunters where needed for specific game. If in doubt, please contact the DPI in your state.
Also in this Section
- Browse Hunting Properties
- Conservation Hunting
- What you can Hunt in Australia
- Conditions for Property Access
- Book your Hunt
- Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ's
- State contact for specific Game Hunting Permits
- List your Property with IHP