Feral animals cost Australia in excess of $720 million per year through damage to livestock, crops, fence and other infrastructure damage, with even more damage done to our environment through the spread of disease, and preying on our native plants and animals. These damages are catastrophic to our landscape, agriculture and industries.
This event aims to look after our environment and industries while fostering community and fund raise for Men's Regional Health. Teams compete to get the most feral animals during an over night shoot with different points allocated for difficulty. We try to do annually though the prizes and dates change slightly.
2020 Shoot from 6pm 28th of March to 6am 29th March
Follow up tally and cooked breakfast presented by Oyster Harbour Catchment Group at: 7am Sunday the 29th Martin and Tammy Wiehl’s shed: 718 St Jack Road Woogenellup