But how does he catch them all if they're spread far and wide across the huge isle of Australand? Traditional harvesting markets rely on farms, rows and rows of the particular 'product', be it plant or animal, right next to each other.
I'd presume its a combination of an active collection regime - good old fashioned legwork, plus paying people, for instance farmers, to retrieve them all from their private land.
Still, seems far too much hard work - we're talking over 7.6 million square kilometres of the place to cover here (aint google grand!?) minus areas where they're known to not hang out.
He's got his work cut out for him.