Coburg Peninsula

Coburg or Cobourg Peninsula

(both: kō`bûrg), c.50 mi (80 km) long and 25 mi (40 km) wide, N Northern Territory, Australia, E of Melville Island. It is a reserve for native flora and fauna.
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Jurtbirrk are Indigenous to the Iwaidja people of the Coburg Peninsula in the northwestern Arnhem Land, who now mostly live on nearby Croker Island.
Rangers found the man with his Indonesian carved canoe on the remote Coburg Peninsula, 1,925 miles north-west of Sydney.
If you have the money, there is always Africa or Australia and the South Pacific (the best things to hunt there: banteng on the Coburg Peninsula, rusa deer on New Caledonia and the free-ranging chamois and Himalayan tahr in the Southern Alps of New Zealand).