SnakeOut

Snake Catcher Brisbane

  • affordable, fast and professional snake removal services In Brisbane

  • Snake Catchers available 24/7

Meet our Brisbane Snake Catchers

Our team is comprised of ecologists, zoologists, wildlife biologists and carers in south east Queensland. Our dedicated staff have extensive experience in snake relocation and wildlife management, in both residential and in large industrial projects, up to and including the mining industry. We have a passion for conservation and work hard to provide you with the best snake catcher services and wildlife management solutions.

Our Services

Snake Out Brisbane snake catchers provide affordable, fast and professional Brisbane snake removal and wildlife management services throughout Brisbane and all surrounding suburbs. 24 Hour Brisbane Snake Catcher Services

- Call 0456880903

Wildlife Care and Rehabilitation Fauna Spotter/Catcher Services Ecological Survey and Consultations

Areas Covered in Brisbane

We also cover the Somerset Region and Moreton Bay Council Areas when required


Brisbane CBD and Western Suburbs (4000 – 4172, Brisbane – Murarrie)

Inner Brisbane (4031 – 4152, Gordon Park– Camp

North Brisbane (4008 – 4521, Pinkenba – Campbells Pocket)

South East Brisbane (4153 – 4179, Belmont – Lota)

South Brisbane (4112 – 4280, Kuraby – Jimboomba)

Ipswich (4300 – 4305, Augustine Heights – Basin Pocket)

Snake Catcher in Action

Brown Snake in Electrical Shed with Brisbane Snake Catcher Janne Torkkola.

Some service technicians got a bit of a scare this morning when they saw a snake in the electrical shed at one of their Southside work sites. Upon inspection we found a freshly shed skin and this lovely Eastern Brown Snake (Pseudonaja textilis) up on top of the air conditioning unit in the rear of the shed. Needless to say, always a challenge getting these guys from up above one's own head height, and a good reminder that while browns generally prefer the ground, all snakes are capable of climbing and will happily do so given the opportunity. Awesome animal 🙂

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