About Brisbane 

With a population of over 2.6 million, Brisbane is the 3rd most popular city in Australia and is the capital of the Australian state of Queensland. Brisbane is classified as a global city and is ranked as one of the most livable cities in the world. In early history, people of islands such as Tiwi Islands, Tasmania, Groote Eylandt, Fraser Island, and Hinchinbrook Island lived in Brisbane. This happened for at least 22,000 years with a population of around 6,000 to 10,000. Brisbane has the best amenities when it comes to libraries, community halls, outdoor activities, and creative events.


With the climate being humid subtropical, one can notice wet, hot summers and moderately warm and dry winters; with annual minimum and maximum temperatures. In fact, after Darwin, Brisbane is Australia’s second hottest city. Since the 1970s, there has been a constant growth in the construction of apartments, both high-rise and mid-rise buildings. Currently, the population of Brisbane is 2,472,000 and this is definitely an increase of 1.36% in comparison with 2021. Brisbane has a strong culture and strong roots in performing arts, sports, and music. Brisbane City Council works with local communities and its residents in order to make the city better. 

David’s Dead Animal Removal Has Been In This Field Since 1995

David’s Dead Animal Removal team of experts is passionate about assisting our clients in removing dead animals. We are a proud dead animal removal Brisbane team and are proud as a wildlife removal company and have excellent values. With special skills in dead animal removal, we also know how to deal with the most complex cases at affordable prices. We remove dead animals even from places like under the building foundation. 

Moreover, we have excellent technical knowledge when you want us for on-site dead pet, dog, cat, possum, and rodent removal services. In fact, we deal with dead pet removal especially and do not let your pet become a scavenger for others to bury them at safe grounds. Also, our company is easily accessible in Brisbane for all kinds of properties like shopping malls, offices, homes, and schools. So, count on us for reliable services!

Know About Our Dead Animal Removal Brisbane Team

David’s Dead Animal Removal Brisbane makes your days easier and turns your horrible experiences into good ones. Moreover, we are an incomparable team of dead animal removalists and do not let you be affected by transmittable diseases. If you want to know more about our Brisbane team and their specialties, look below: 

  • Our reliable dead animal removal Brisbane team is prompt and has excellent coordination among experts
  • We are local and certified professionals good at offering our dead animal removal services even in need of emergencies
  • Working across Brisbane, we provide budget-friendly services in residential and commercial spaces
  • Have skills in disposing of dead animals using the latest technology and advanced equipment
  • Authorized VIC council, we are licensed to remove a wide range of animals dead with eco-friendly solutions. 

We Are Just A Call Away – Dead Animal Removal Services! 

Call professional removalists from David’s Dead Animal Removal Brisbane team to get rid of the uneventful death of animals. As efficient as we are, quickly after receiving a call from Brisbane local, we reach your place on time. Be it a residential service or a commercial, do not hesitate to get in touch with us by contacting us. We are just a call away even on weekends and holidays!

Business Hours And Operations

  • Sunday         – Open 24 hours
  • Monday        – Open 24 hours
  • Tuesday       – Open 24 hours
  • Wednesday  – Open 24 hours
  • Thursday      – Open 24 hours
  • Friday           – Open 24 hours
  • Saturday       – Open 24 hours

A Few More Interesting Facts About Brisbane

Brisbane is named after New South Wales’ former governor Sir Thomas Brisbane, a keen astronomer during the 1820s. The traditional owners of Brisbane previously called the city “Meanjin” which can be translated as ‘placed shaped like a spike’.

By Paul David 25 September 2023