Australian Hunting Net Incorporated
Patron The Hon John Tingle
Hunting Net Incorporated (ANHI) was formed
by staff and members of
Hunting Net) in 2008 as a means of social gatherings and hunting
opportunities for newcomers and old hands alike. We are the first Australian
Police approved online club and this makes it much easier for members to
interact, exchange information and even attend meetings as everything is
done online from applications to meetings.
We are affiliated by the Federation of Hunting Clubs NSW and also the NSW Game Council and have strong connections with The Shooters and Fishers Party. While the club is based in NSW, we are a National Club and have members from every State in the Country. As we are still a relatively young club, we are still negotiating for further land access around the Country, but have some exciting prospects.
The club is supported by the greater membership of the popular hunting forum, Australian Hunting Net with more than 4500 members. The forum is by far the largest & busiest Internet gathering of hunters, firearm owners and outdoor-lovers in Australia and the membership is involved in some exciting projects through the year.
At the club-house, members have been very active in political activism as well as lobbying media, NGOís and government departments and politicians, by providing support to The Shooters Party and running their own letter writing campaigns. This is a very important part of AHNiís mission, in that we can provide very timely action with the immediacy of the Internet. We saw a great example of this during the year with the Internet polls, refuting claims by the anti-mob against the NSW Game Bill amendments and also the melt-down of the anti-duck season poll run in the Herald Sun earlier in the year.
In the hunting arena our Hunting Resources Committee have been very active pursuing opportunities for quality property access around Australia. We have a couple of great properties in the NT coming online sometime in 2009 and we have been very busy working on a camel deal in WA. There is already access to a property in Victoria in prime Sambar and fishing country. Some other very exciting projects and many more leads to follow-up!. Quite a lot of members have also been very busy swapping hunts with other remote members, hunts they would not normally get the chance to do. What a great opportunity to get on-board a budget hog, buffalo, camel or deer hunt!
Benefits of membership:
AHNi now has firearms insurance for all its members, the cost of membership has only gone up $5 per member to $60 and that give you $12,000 cover. If you want a bit more cover, $25,000 it will cost you an extra $10 on top of the $60 fee, or $33.98 extra to increase to $50,000
Becoming an AHNI Member:
AHNi Approval Numbers and/or forms: NSW Game Council Numbers; Insurance brokers; All other AHNI documents and forms can be found
Australian Hunting Net
Inc ©2008 - 2017
Marsh Pty Ltd
Level 5, 108 North Terrace
Ph: 08 8385 3588
Fax: 08 8211 8785
NSW Game Council Numbers;
All other AHNI documents and forms can be found
Australian Hunting Net Inc ©2008 - 2017