Australia and New Zealand
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Home to a bizarre and expansive population of feral game, the Australian outback runs wild with pigs, rabbits, water buffalo and multiple species of deer. The Great Barrier Reef, largest in the word, is a playground for fishermen, scuba divers, snorkelers and surfers thanks to the most diverse and impressive collection of marine life you'll find anywhere, including barracuda, emperor snapper, coral trout and cod.
Just off the eastern Australian coast, New Zealand (also known as 'Middle Earth') is a hunter's dreamscape. Chamois, a bevy of deer species, and an unrivaled tahr population make up a fraction of the wildlife inhabiting this mostly untouched frontier. Hunters looking for free reign will be happy to know the country is relatively lax when it comes to hunting seasons and bag limits. The plentiful rivers and mountain streams flowing in between the green pastures, mountains and even sandy beaches sustain an abundance of trout, making New Zealand a must on any sportsman's bucket list.