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Possum Creek Bush Camp

Possum Creek Bush Camp

The Possum Creek Bush Camp is situated on a clearwater stream nestled in the foothills of the remote Arnhem Land escarpment. The small lodge is fully screened and with basic amenities including refrigeration and electricity. Sleeping arrangements are in standing height canvas tents with full size beds and solar lighting. All tents are spaced for privacy and located conveniently to the lodge and amenities. 

The camp also provides you with a hot shower and flushing toilet within close proximity to the sleeping quarters. Electricity to recharge your devices is also available while on safari.  Emphasis while on your safari will be the utilisation of the wild game resource. All meals are prepared fresh daily. The open fire in the evenings is a relaxing finish to the daily hunt.


We recommend that you advise us of any dietary or medical requirements prior to your safari.


Travel Time from Darwin: approx. 6h by road

Hunter in Northern Territory, Australia
Hunters in Northern Territory, Australia
Possum Creek Australia
Hunter in Northern Territory, Australia

The Hunting Concession 


The hunting concession is a vast track (approx. 300000 hectares) of unfenced wild territory bordering the central Arnhemland Aboriginal Reserve. This is open range country for hundreds of miles comprising rivers- escarpment stone outcrops- swamps and endless bush. A Truly wild and untouched place where old buffalo bulls live a solitary life in the most remote of places.


Simon Kyle-Little has hunted professionally since 1982 and seen almost all of the northern territory buffalo habitats but he believes he has not seen a concession better for big old trophy buffalo than this wild secluded part of the aboriginal territories.

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