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Reserve Overview

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Reserve inspired by: Australian desert
Season: Summer
A Bushranger is an Australian outlaw/bandit, often held in high esteem and considered iconic to Australia, and a run is the path drovers take their cattle when migrating the herd. The name was an anonymous suggestion and was deemed appropriate for the EHR.

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Huntable Species

Warm Weather

The player can experience a dizziness effect in these warm weather environments.

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Bushrangers Run Piccabeen Bay

After some time spent in these reserves, the view will start bluring.

Factors increasing dizziness

  • Walking
  • Running
  • Cold weather clothes such as Arctic Winter camo clothes

Factors decreasing dizziness

  • Not moving (e.g. waiting in a stand)
  • Rain

Lodges

Copper Hills

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The name Copper Hills stems from an attempt to attract settlers here back in the 1800s. Since very little copper was found in these parts there never was any population boom. The only thing that seemed to thrive here were European Rabbits and Red Foxes. Copper Hills did not become more than a water depot for passing trains. These days it is only used by hardened hunters who dare to venture out in this arid climate.

Common Prey: Red Fox, European Rabbit, Feral Goat

Walkabout Creek

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In the beginning of the last century Walkabout Creek was part of an area of farmlands. However, a combination of rampant animal populations and several years of drought, the old farm station was abandoned. The area is now only visited by the occasional hiker but also hunters who come here for the extensive Red Kangaroo and Feral Hog populations which still pose a problem in these parts.

Common Prey: Feral Hog, Red Kangaroo, Feral Goat

Plants

Some new plants were specifically created for this desert-like reserve.

Tree Stand hunting is not an option, the trees in Bushrangers Run cannot hold that device.

In-Game

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Screenshots

Pre-Release Videos

TheHunter_2015_Bushrangers_Run_Australian_Outback_-_Exclusive_Pre-Release_Livestream_Announcement Video provided by Pratze.
TheHunter_AUSTRALIA_EW_Dev_hugging_a_ROO!_English_Live_Stream Video provided by HooCairs.

Animal Map

Map courtesy of French Wiki team, adapted to English.

Feral Goats are not shwon but appear in the entire reserve.

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