Women’s hunting magazines were the magazine of choice in Australia until the late 1970s.
They were the bible of the women in the bush, and were popular among women who had been hunters, but their popularity was short-lived.
The first edition of The Hunting Women, the first of the magazines to be published in Australia, was printed in 1977.
But the magazine did not go on to become a household name, and soon ceased publication.
By that time, however, there were already thousands of women hunters in Australia.
Many of the hunting magazines that were published in the 1980s and early 1990s were inspired by hunting magazines from the United States, where a lot of hunting enthusiasts had grown up.
One of the leading hunting magazines in Australia was The Hunting Times, published by The American Association of Hunters.
The Hunting World was launched in 1981, and later became the largest hunting magazine in the country.
Many hunters also got involved in women’s hunting through magazines such as The Women’s Journal, The Hunting Journal, Women’s Outdoor Adventures, and the Women’s Hunting Digest.
In the early 1980s, the Australian Department of Agriculture was trying to promote women’s interest in hunting through a national wildlife program, The Conservation Hunters Program.
However, the program was not fully implemented and many women continued to hunt with their families, as their husbands or fathers had been.
In response, the hunting industry and the government began to push back against the pushback by advertising women as hunters.
A number of companies and individuals started marketing hunting products to women and encouraging them to hunt as women, and to buy products and to participate in their local community.
In a move that became known as the “Women’s Hunt” movement, women began to advertise their hunting skills through outdoor clothing, camping and even by hunting at the local fair and shooting sports events.
The idea was to have a female hunting culture in Australia and to help promote the importance of hunting.
In 1989, a women’s rights group called Women’s Hunter launched a campaign called “Women Are Hunters”.
The slogan was: “It’s time to hunt like a woman.”
Women’s Hunt became a rallying point for women’s interests in hunting and for the right to hunt, particularly as the women who were participating were young, unemployed and living in remote areas of the country and not in towns or cities.
The campaign started a backlash against the Women Are Hunters campaign, with many women calling it a form of male chauvinism and an attack on their rights.
It was also a major turning point in the history of hunting in Australia; by 1990, there was a large and growing female hunter community.
Women became involved in hunting as women and as hunters, with the first women hunters being introduced to the sport by the women of the Western Sydney area.
Today, Women Are Hunter is still a prominent group, and continues to promote hunting and its benefits to women in Australia through a range of programs, such as the Women Hunter Youth Programme and the Hunting Women Fund.
In 2000, The Australian Women’s Sports Council and Women’s Federation launched the Women Hunt Youth Programme, which promotes female participation in sport.
The Youth Program is supported by the Australian Hunters Association, the Women Hunters Association and the Australian Federation of Hunting Clubs.
Through these programs, young women have access to outdoor and outdoor education, opportunities to develop skills in outdoor living and hunting skills, and a safe place to develop new hunting skills and interests.
Women hunters in the Northern Territory and New South Wales are also welcome to attend the Young Hunters’ Program at The Northern Territory National Parks.
Women are welcome to join the Hunter Women’s Club at the Northern NSW Hunters Club.
Hunters of all ages are welcome at the National Parks Hunter Women Club.
There are also many programs for women to participate at the Hunter Events Club in NSW and the Hunter Society of Australia in Queensland.
Hunters are also supported by a number of groups, including the National Hunters and Hunters Association, Hunters Club of Australia, Hunters Australia and the National Women’s Hunters Association.
The Northern Hunter Women is also a strong example of the Hunter women’s group in Australia to support hunters who are seeking to achieve the ultimate goal of hunting the world’s rarest animal.
This is achieved by creating a Hunter Nation, and is achieved through many programs that support hunters and hunters groups across Australia.
The Hunter Nation has its own national and state-based Hunters’ Club, and also provides training and support to the Hunters of Australia.