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New Stock

Posted by Sean McCarthy on

New Stock
new stock of our Aussie made Restraint tubes have just arrived.  We now have a large number available for you to order....our last batch ran out in under 6 months, personally we find these to be the best value and quality tubes on the market in Australia

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New hooks

Posted by Sean McCarthy on

New hooks
Snakehandler have released two new hooks, our mini butterfly hook and the mini pinner hook combo, both of which we not only sell but use ourselves.  These hooks are wonderful tools for the smaller snakes in your collection, the butterfly hook provides great support for snakes such as Death Adders (Acanthophis) to sit comfortably on.  [...]

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When can we start again

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When can we start again
Hey guys, times have been interesting to say the least, we have been forced to close our training for a while, however we have been advised that due to the fact we are a TAFE course, we may be able to conduct face to face practical assessment, provided we meet all of the COVID-19 rules, [...]

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We are BACK!!!!!

Posted by Sean McCarthy on

Awesome news for anyone wanting to do practical training for snake catching, we have been formalling told we can commence training, so our practical course dates and two day course dates are now published and available for our Victorian based courses ONLY. So jump on line and book your training.  Just in time to get [...]

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The next Brisbane Course

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Snakehandler are looking forward to our next venomous snake handling course held in Brisbane.....as yet a final location for the course has not yet been set, but we will have this as soon as possible.  The course is guaranteed to go ahead with only a limited number of spaces left.  So get in fast or [...]

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