Australia’s cost of living crisis sparks surge in hunting, fishing

Dedman, who teaches single and multi-day courses primarily in NSW, said the lessons did not appeal to people concerned about an impending zombie apocalypse, but those who wanted to better connect with nature.

“They want to learn how to tie their own shoes because they realise in this technologically dependent world once a technology fails, no one knows what to do,” he said.

But since COVID-19 and the cost of living crisis, Dedman said a new theme had emerged.

“People that are saying the…

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