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Snake Catchers

Brisbane

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Snake Catchers Brisbane provides numbers for a reliable snake catcher in your area. Only snake catchers who provide a 24 hr snake removal service are referred to within the Brisbane and Ipswich areas. These catchers are fully licensed and comprehensively insured and have a minimum 10 years experience conducting snake removal activities. Further snake catchers from other localities may be found in our extensive Australia wide directory.
Snake Catcher Brisbane Western suburbs including The Gap, Bardon, Ashgrove, Rocklea, Oxley and surrounding suburbs
Bryan 0413 028 081
or
Steph 0421 455 077
Snake Catcher Ipswich and surrounding suburbs
Bryan 0413 028 081
or
Steph 0421 455 077
Snake Catcher Brisbane North suburbs, Redcliffe, Moreton Bay and Caboolture shire suburbs
David 0409 675 522
or
Steph 0421 455 077
Snake Catcher Brisbane Bayside Suburbs
Darren 0402 016 220
or
Steph 0421 455 077
Snake Catcher Brisbane South Suburbs
Snake Catcher Brisbane Logan Suburbs
Snake Catcher Gold Coast
Call
0418 738 228

Australian snakes identification (Snake ID)


CameraFor our snake identification service simply email your photo & location to info@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.

Snake catcher Brisbane monthly wrap up:
December snake catcher activity


The heat of December typically sees a slight reduction in the number of snakes sighted during the day and a marked increase in the movement of nocturnal snakes. Three Golden-crowned Snakes were found this month in the suburbs of Ashgrove, The Gap and Albany Creek. Being strictly nocturnal they are a good indicator of increased night time movement. Other less frequently encountered nocturnal snakes noted include a Dwarf Crowned Snake from Ferny Hills, two Eastern small-eyed Snakes from Chapel Hill and Pullenvale and a Red-naped Snake from Brassall at Ipswich.

Venomous species are most certainly on the move with some sizeable snakes being recorded. We have seen four Eastern Brown Snakes this month that were in excess of 1500mm or 5 ft in the old scale. The largest was a 1800mm specimen captured at Virginia.

A photo was sent in for identification that showed two Yellow faced Whip Snakes in the throngs of male/male combat. This is a clear indicator that this species is still in a reproductive mode. This species is one of the more common of our smaller venomous species found throughout the suburbs of Brisbane.

Of course the ever reliable Carpet Pythons are making themselves known with the most impressive a 3 metre specimen recorded by our snake catcher at The Gap. (Visit our Blog page for previous month Wrap Ups.)

RSPCA Snake Catchers


The RSPCA snake catcher referral service is no longer provided through their general wildlife assistance service. Call one of the above snake catchers for assistance.

Qld Parks and Wildlife Snake Catchers
Brisbane snake removal operators listed here have been referred to by the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) and the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (DEHP) for over 18 years due to their reliability and expertise. Permits for snake catchers are issued by this department.