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The Best Taxidermists In Adelaide

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The challenge of correctly preserving a big game prize in Adelaide can be tough, but there are a number of taxidermist specialists out there who will help you with your needs. The best taxidermists in Adelaide understand what works for your taxidermy needs and will help you with whatever projects you wish to plan.

Here are some the best taxidermists in Adelaide:

Lux Taxidermy

Address: Birdwood SA


Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays

Lux Taxidermy focuses on producing taxidermy animals of all sizes. You can hire Lux Taxidermy for birds, reptiles, and deer. The team can handle animals in various poses and can work with busts and full-size models alike. You can also request services if there are any damages to the animal you wish to have stuffed and preserved.

Magnum Hunts and Taxidermy

Address: 3 Elmstead Drive, Upper Sturt SA 5156


Phone: 0458 375 375

Paul Convery from Magnum Hunts and Taxidermy focuses on deer, but can also help preserve any other animals you find in your hunt. These include the water buffalo, black buck, and various Australian feral animals. The team also works with birds, fish, and various African mammals. Paul has also has connections with hunting properties where you can have access to a wide variety of trophy animals.

RelatedAlso check out our list of the best gun shops in Adelaide.

Your choices for the best taxidermists in Adelaide are relatively limited, but they will help you with whatever tasks you wish to complete. Contact any of these groups to see how they can serve your unique needs.

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