Victoria’s new online game licensing system, My Game Licence (MyGL), is now available to all new, existing and prospective game hunters in Victoria.
The Game Management Authority (GMA) has used a surveillance drone to assist Authorised Officers to detect illegal activity at Lake Connewarre.
From 11:59pm Thursday 10 June, metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria will see changes to restrictions.All Victorians must ensure they follow the latest public health advice at coronavirus.vic.gov.au
Green Swamp, near Glenthompson, will be closed to duck hunting from Saturday 29 May for the remainder of the 2021 duck season to protect a significant number of Brolga.
Circuit-breaker restrictions are in place from 11:59pm on Thursday 27 May until 11:59pm on Thursday 3 June 2021.
A pilot aerial survey to estimate the total number of game ducks in Victoria was released today by the Game Management Authority.
The GMA is conducting Waterfowl Identification Tests (WIT) and hound hunting testing across regional Victoria from Monday, 22 March 2021.
Arrangements for the 2021 duck hunting season have been announced today including changes to the season length, start times, daily bag limit and hunted species in recognition of lower than average bird numbers and breeding.
The GMA will provide a recommendation on the 2021 duck season to the Victorian Government in due course.
From 5:59pm on 11 January, you will need to apply for a permit to enter Victoria from anywhere in Australia.
The GMA commissioned research into the level of hunter knowledge to find out how much Game Licence holders know about game hunting in Victoria, including hunting laws, firearms safety and good hunting practice.
Research into deer hunting, released by the Game Management Authority (GMA), shows an increase in the number of licensed recreational deer hunters and an increase in the number of deer harvested in 2019.
The GMA is conducting helicopter surveys across Victoria to monitor the abundance of game duck populations, to help ensure duck hunting remains sustainable.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) roadmap for reopening provides steps on easing restrictions, dependent on how many active coronavirus (COVID-19) cases are in the community and public health advice.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) roadmap to reopening outlines the steps for easing restrictions across Victoria, subject to 'trigger points' being met and public health advice.