Grampians Deer Hunting Area
SOME CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE FROM THE VICTORIAN GAME MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY. PLEASE BE AWARE. THIS PAGE WILL BE UPDATED SHORTLY.
Hunting Deer in the Grampians Area is permitted, however there are certain areas that must be avoided.
The Map below shows the areas where deer can be hunted, please select from the Numbers below the picture to see the Detailed maps.
1 Toolondo Reservoir. Including Arrapiles Channel, Mt Talbot Creek, McKenzie River, Burnt Creek, Rockland Outlet Channel, Natimuk-Hamilton Rd. and Grampians Rd.
2 Grampians National Park. Including Deep Lead Flora and Fauna Reserve, Wimmera River, Mt. William Creek, Glenorchy and Western Highway.
3 Black Range State Park. Including Claude Austin Reserve, Rocklands Reservoir, Grampians State Forest, Grampian National Park and Toolondo and Moora Channels.
4 Halls Gap. Including Grampians National Park, Illawara Stat Forest, Black Range Scenic Reserve and Stawell.
5 Grampians State Forest. Including Grampian National Park, Dundas Range Scenic Reserve, Glenelg and Dundas rivers.
6 Jimmy Creek. Including Grampians National Park, Lake Muirhead, Lake Buninjon, Jimmy Creek, Dwyer Creek and Moyston.
ALWAYS CALL AHEAD TO THE PARKS DEPARTMENT BEFORE HUNTING ON ANY DEER HUNTING AREA TO BE SURE THERE IS NO PLANNED BURNINGS, MILITARY TRAINING ETC.
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT YOU REQUIRE A DEER HUNTING LICENSE TO HUNT IN THIS AREA ALONG WITH THE CORRECT CALIBER FOR HUNTING THE SPECIFIC DEER
ALWAYS CONSIDER OTHERS BY NOT LEAVING RUBBISH AND ALWAYS BEWARE OF FIRE SEASONS.
SAFETY FIRST, HAPPY HUNTING.