The Suburbs area that Defence Pest Management servicing in Brisbane and in Queensland.



Located about 9 kilometres east of the Central Business District, Balmoral is one of Brisbane’s inner suburbs. It said to have been named after Queen Victoria’s country residence in Scotland, while others claim it was named after the anglicisation of Baile Mhoireil’, a Gaelic for ‘beautiful residence’ or ‘majestic castle’. Read more


Rochedale is part of the group of suburbs located south of Brisbane. It is considered an outer southern suburb that is located seventeen kilometers south-east of CBD. The area was named after Rochedale, a homestead built by the Roche family in 1868. Read more

Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill

The suburb of Chapel Hill can be found at about 7 kilometres west of the Central Business District of Brisbane.  Being a rural-residential suburb, this area is found with mostly detached housing.  Set to be a green suburb, old eucalyptus and native plants are in abundance in this particular suburb.  Its name was actually given by the farmers who built a church in Moggill Road in 1873.   Read more



Brookfield is one of the suburbs of Brisbane which was well forested back in the days making timber-felling a key player in this area.  Dating to as far back as the 1850s, logs from this suburb were being rafted down Moggill Creek up to the Brisbane river which today presents reminders because of the Rafting Ground Reserve. Read more



Considered as one of Brisbane’s outer suburbs, Durack can be found 15 kilometres south-west of the Central Business District.  The boundaries of this suburb include Serviceton Avenue, Rosemary Street and Sycamore street in the west; Blunder Creek in the east; Oakmont Avenue and Freeman Road up in the north; and down in the south are Blunder Road, Inala Avenue and Doolandella.   Read more

Bowen Hills

Bowen Hills is one of the inner suburbs of Brisbane located three kilometres northeast of the Central Business District.  It was originally called ‘Barrambin’ by the indigenous Turrbal people who were the first occupants of the area.  After a time, Europeans came to settle in this part who then called it ‘York’s Hollow’ based on the fact that the area was almost all bush.  It provided for a great fighting ground for the blacks, as they used to see it.  Read more


If you look into the suburbs down the southwestern part of Brisbane, Darra might interest you.  Its is about 14 kilometres from the Central Business District and one of the older suburbs.  Several houses here, are in fact those Queenslanders you only see back in the 1940s and the 1950s which can give you that wonderful vintage feel for the place.  Darra has a high migrant population which probably brought about its repute as a resident-friendly suburb.   Read more

Coopers Plains


A former convict settlement established in 1828 – this is perhaps what most people would recall upon the mention of Coopers Plains.  This suburb is rural and has remained that way until the 1940s.  Today though, what would welcome you upon your entry to Coopers Plains is a modern residential community, all complete with amenities and facilities enabling it to thrive even more. Read more




About 15 kilometres up north of Brisbane is the suburb of Boondall.  It belongs to the federal electorate of Lilley.  Suburbs surrounding it include Nudgee on the east, Taigum and Zillmere on the west.  Up its northern part are the suburbs of Deagon, Sandgate and Shorncliffe while the southern boundaries include Banyo, Geebung and Virginia. Read more



In the list of Brisbane suburbs, Calamvale is perhaps popular for it is one of the highly populated areas where there is an estimated 20,000 residents living there today.  This suburb is about 18 kilometres away from Brisbane’s Central Business District.  It is also close to the Karawatha Forest.  Rankin is the federal electorate it belongs to.   Read more