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




In the long list of Brisbane suburbs, Bellbowrie used to be just part of another suburb, Moggill.  It is residential in nature, with several amenities able to address the needs of the residents from the most basic (including education) up to the need for fun and recreation.  Many visitors are in awe at the sight of the Brisbane River which gives emphasis on the suburb’s natural scenery highly visible when one is relaxing on its parks.   Read more




The list of Western suburbs in Brisbane includes the suburb of Bardon.  Its original name was actually ‘Upper Paddington’ however, in 1925 the Ithaca Town Council defined this area and renamed it.  The inspiration came from the villa built in 1863 by Joshua Jeays.  To date, this villa form part of the St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School campus which is popularly referred to as ‘The Drive’.   Read more



The suburb of Banyo is part of the list of northern suburbs of the City of Brisbane, Queensland.  There is easy access to most anything especially in terms of local transport which makes rather attractive to industries.  So if you happen to be around Banyo you are likely to note that it is a mix of residential and industrial setting.    Read more

Bald Hills


Bald Hills is one of the suburbs which people in the northern part of Brisbane find to be quite easy to live in.  If you want to get to the Sunshine Coast, you can be there in just 20 minutes and it is also a mere 20 kilometres away from the central of Brisbane.  Because of the two small hills located at the floor of the South Pine River, the name of Bald Hills came to be.     Read more



The Eastern group of suburbs come with several different offerings and in the case of Burbank, you are likely to find a rural-suburban kind of feel.  As a major part of its history has something to do with farming, dairying and timber-cutting, you are most likely to find reminders of rural living. Read more



One of the suburbs found in the southern part of Brisbane, QLD is Archerfield which is about 11 kilometres away from its Central Business District.  This suburb belongs to the federal electorate of Moreton and is considered as a mixed-use kind of place.  It may be because a big part of this area has been allocated for Archerfield Airport.   Read more



The leafy inner Western suburb of Auchenflower is but 3 kilometres from the CBD of Brisbane and this scenic place proves to be popular for those who want everything close by.  Its name is Gaelic for ‘a field of flowers’ and it is a beauty to behold as several homes are still reminder of the 19th century Queenslander life.   Read more



The suburb of Aspley is about 13 kilometres north of Brisbane’s Central Business District (CBD).  Driving from the CBD is rather easy for anyone as it only takes about half an hour to do so – quite a charmer for anyone interested in accessibility.  With hills surrounding its eastern and western sections, Aspley is a suburb that lies on flat ground.   Read more



At about 7 kilometres up north of Brisbane’s Central Business District, you will find one of the most prestigious suburbs, Ascot.  It is bordered by two of Brisbane’s ‘old money’ suburbs, Hamilton and Clayfield.  There are two dominant landmarks in Ascot – Eagle Farm racecourse and Doomben racecourse.  The name of this suburb was taken in reference to royal Ascot which is found in England. Read more



One of the western suburbs of Brisbane, Queensland which is about 16 kilometres south-west of its Central Business District, Anstead is located on the northern bank of the Brisbane River.  Its name is from its original land owner who was a timber getter and quarry master around the period of 1860s, John Anstead.  Before the suburb was gazetted in 1975, it was actually part of the suburb of Moggill. Read more