Moreton Bay Council

Pest Control

Around Moreton Bay Council
The list below shows the suburbs in the local council area of Moreton Bay. If you're looking for a licensed pest control expert and you're located in any of these suburbs, please click on the suburb name. Keep in mind help is just a phone call away.  
CALL: (07) 3073 9245

Residential, Commercial and Retail 
Pest Control Specialist

History of Moreton Bay

Moreton Bay was formed roughly 6000 years ago as the sea level rose and inundated what was then the floodplains of the Brisbane River. Moreton Bay and its islands were inhabited by indigenous tribes. In indigenous economy was very rich, one of the strongest for its productive yields of edible natural resources on the Australian continent. Of particular importance for the intertribal trade and ceremonial life were in particular massive oyster beds, the annual mullet catch, and bunya nut harvesting, on the coast and inland, which led to annual migrations either way to enjoy the abundance of the respective tribal group’s territory. In the 1840s, resident white administrators estimated the aboriginal population of the area to be around 4,000. They were only outnumbered with the influx over the five year period of 1850-1855 with saw the disembarkation of 3,000 European migrants on their land.

History info thanks to Wikipedia

Things To See and Do in Moreton Bay

A thriving region of opportunity where communities enjoy a vibrant lifestyle. Below are a few of the fun and exciting things to see and do when you decide to visit or migrate to Moreton Bay.

REDCLIFFE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE

From classic films to musicals, comedy, dance and everything in between, the Redcliffe Entertainment Centre is the perfect venue for an outing with family and friends. 
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BRIBIE ISLAND WALKABOUT

This self-guided walk starts and finishes at the Bongaree Jetty and visits 16 different sites. The complete walk can be done in an hour or so, and can be done in two parts.
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ART COLLECTION

Council's Art Collection holds over 1000 artworks with a focus on culture, spirit, identity and place. The Art Collection acquires artworks of significance in Australian contemporary art to reflect the vision, diversity and character of the region. 

The Heritage Collection, reflecting on Moreton Bay's unique social history focused on convict settlement, early pioneers, agriculture, local business, local services, maritime and tourism history. 
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SAMFORD VILLAGE HERITAGE TRAIL

Take a moment to step back in time to experience some of Samford's early history as revealed by this easy 1.3 kilometre stroll of the 13 sites along Main Street and just up Station Street.
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BONGAREE CARAVAN PARK

The park has a variety of accommodation from camping, caravans on site holiday cabins and cottages. Just across the road from the famous Pumicestone Passage, you will also enjoy spectacular views of the Glasshouse Mountains and the Redcliffe Peninsula.
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PEST CONTROL EXPERTS BRISBANE

Suite 23, 757 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006
Phone:  (07) 3073 9245
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