Snake

Catcher Number

Snake

Catcher Number

Ipswich Snake Catcher

Ipswich Snake Catcher

0413 028 081

Our Ipswich Snake Catcher service has been around since 1995 as a long term snake removal business. We pride our selves on having provided Ipswich with a snake catcher service that’s reliable, dependable and most of all highly experienced. The snake catcher Ipswich team are committed to ensuring our long term reputation within the community of Ipswich is maintained. We are achieving this by providing rapid response to all enquiries presented to us from the Ipswich area.

Our snake catcher Ipswich team service all of the following suburbs within the Ipswich snake catcher region.

Amberley, Ashwell, Augustine Heights, Barellan Point, Basin Pocket, Bellbird Park, Blacksoil, Blackstone, Booval, Brassall, Brookwater, Bundamba, Camira, Carole Park, Churchill, Chuwar, Coalfalls, Collingwood Park, Deebing Heights, Dinmore, East Ipswich, Eastern Heights, Ebbw Vale, Ebenezer, Flinders View, Gailes, Goodna, Goolman, Haigslea, Ipswich, Ironbark, Karalee, Karrabin, Leichhardt,  Moores Pocket, New Chum, Newtown, North Booval, North Ipswich, North Tivoli, One Mile, Pine Mountain, Purga, Raceview, Redbank, Redbank Plains, Ripley, Riverview, Sadliers Crossing, Silkstone, South Ripley, Spring Mountain, Springfield, Springfield Central, Springfield Lakes, Swanbank, Tallegalla, Thagoona, The Bluff, Tivoli, Walloon, West Ipswich, White Rock, Willowbank, Woodend, Wulkuraka and Yamanto.

Ipswich has a high density and diversity of snake species. The Ipswich snake catcher has conducted relocation’s of all snake species including the non venomous Carpet Python through to the highly venomous Eastern Brown Snake. These two species figure highly in the species represented by our removal requests. Other species that figure include Common Tree snakes, Keelback snakes and the Red-Bellied Black Snake.

The are numerous features in the ipswich area which can be identified as having some impact on the number snakes in certain suburbs or locations. The vegetative corridors of the Bremer River Offer snakes a readily available movement corridor that brings them in close proximity to residential properties, businesses and even the central business district of Ipswich. The Brisbane river also features in the snake catcher Ipswich area and includes suburbs such as parts of Bundamba, Chuwar and Karalee. Associated creeks and drainage’s such as Deebing Creek, Sandy Creek and Warrill Creek all offer similar habitat profiles and can also be seen as movement corridors for snakes.  

Other localities such as nature reserves or suburbs with residential properties that are longer term established may also see higher snake presence. Many of the parks and gardens associated with new development areas such as Ripley , Yamanto and Deebing Heights feature vegetative profiles and artificial habitats that are conducive to snakes. Rock retaining walls and the ever present planting of high cover plant species assist snakes looking to establish in these newly constructed environments.    

When calling us at Ipswich snake catcher you can be assured that the operator attending is fully licensed to conduct snake catcher activities in Qld. We are permitted by the relevant state government authority and have been since the permit structure existed here. Our consultants are comprehensively insured so any incident that may occur on your property is covered by us. We take the business of snake catching seriously and want to ensure we have ourselves, our staff and of course yourself covered from all angles. 

Ipswich Snake catchers Red Bellied Black Snake

Snake Photo Identification

Photo ID Did you know Snake Catchers Brisbane offers a snake identification service. through our main website. For our snake identification service simply use the upload form on www.snakecatchers.com.au We provide our Australian snake identification service free of charge and always welcome high quality images for potential inclusion on our website. This service is not just for Queensland snake identification but for all snake id across Australia.

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