Communication is key to any happy relationship. While we really want you to have a great time on our properties, everyone who hunts though Inland Hunting Properties needs to follow common courtesy and the rules of the land.
The hunter rating system was introduced to protect all invested stakeholders - from the property owners to you, the hunters, to the community, right through to the industry at large. It's simple - earn the respect of property owners and you're welcome back. You are on probation for your first few visits, with every visit requiring a rating of 4 or 5 out of 5 from our property owners. Kerrie explains more in this short video.
When you arrive at an IHP Property - relax - don't jump out all ready to go - take your time - talk to the property owner - ask lots of questions to get a feel for the land and to make everyone's experience more enjoyable.
Most properties, campfires are allowed - with firewood often in abundance - watch this short video for the ins and outs on campfires on your next IHP adventure.
Many of our hunters take uncles, kids, wives, fathers and son's every year and have a great time. Kerrie shares some stories.
Accommodation varies from property to property - Kerrie goes into more detail.
Kerrie explains some realistic truths about weather guarantees.
The feral animal plague is really affecting Aussie farmers.
Our native animals are being wiped out by introduced species. Help give these creatures a fighting chance - participate in conservation hunting.
We keep in constant communication with all our property owners to give you the best possible experience, as well as to find out game numbers, dam levels and find out about past hunters. Kerrie goes into more detail.
Help restore the balance of Australia's native wildlife and support conservating hunting by tackling the wild dog problem. Kerrie explains more.