Geographically wollongong is surrounded by large mountains such as ‘mount Keira’ and ‘mount kembla’, which are heavily forested and dense with trees species. These thick vegetation areas border on many of the residential and commercial districts meaning Tree Pruning and tree maintenance are a necessary occurrence. Our team are the tree removal wollongong experts and have been serving the community with over 35 years arbor industry experience.
Arborist Tree Removal Wollongong
Our team have all the tool and equipment to handle any size job, weather it be small domestic tree pruning or large scale commercial tree removal contracts and land clearing our team can do it all. We have fully qualified certificate 3 arborists with decades of experience, as well as full public liability experience. Our services include:
- Complete removal of trees limbs and branches
- Stump grinding and removal
- Arborist reports for council tree removal permits and development approvals
- Free woodchip mulch delivery in eligible areas
- Tree pruning, lopping and trimming
- Palm tree cleaning and removal
- Call 0422 927 381
Tree Lopping Quotes Wollongong
Shane’s Trees have a very experienced team with enough equipment to run two full time tree removal teams. We have several tipper trucks, wood chippers, chainsaws, slings, ropes, pulleys, harnesses and follow only WHS compliant practices. We are fully insured and qualified arborists, which takes much of the risk away from you and we pride ourselves on our long standing safety record.
Tree Removal Applications Wollongong City Council:
To remove native flora and vegetation the in wollongong region, you must have council permission. Council will not usually issue approval to remove a tree unless the tree is unhealthy or posing risks to surrounding structures or people. You can apply to remove a tree by following the instructions on this page
Stump Removal South Coast Helensburgh / Wollongong
After a tree has been removed from your property, there will always be a large stump with an entrenched root system that is very difficult to get rid of. While there are many different techniques to get rid of the stump, the fastest is by using a stump grinding machine. The stump grinder will turn the stump into wood chips and bring the height of the stump flush with or just below the level of the ground. The roots can remain in the ground as they are out of the way there and the tree will not grow anymore.
We conduct our arborist services in all of the following wollongong suburbs: Albion Park , Albion Park Rail , Austinmer , Avon , Wollondilly, , Avondale , Balgownie , Barrack Heights , Barrack Point , Bellambi , Berkeley , Blackbutt , Bombo , Broughton Village , Brownsville, Bulli , Calderwood, Carrington Falls , Cataract , Cleveland , Clifton , Coalcliff , Coledale , Coniston , Cordeaux , Cordeaux Heights , Corrimal , Cringila , Croom, Dapto, Darkes Forest , Dombarton , Dunmore , East Corrimal , Fairy Meadow , Farmborough Heights , Figtree , Flinders , Foxground , Gerringong ,Gerroa, Gwynneville, Haywards Bay, Helensburgh, Horsley, Huntley, Jamberoo, Jerrara, Kanahooka, Keiraville, Kembla Grange, Kembla Heights, Kiama, Kiama Downs, Kiama Heights, Knights Hill, Koonawarra, Lake Heights , Lake Illawarra , Lilyvale, Macquarie Pass , Maddens Plains , Mangerton , Marshall Mount , Minnamurra, Mount Keira , Mount Kembla , Mount Ousley , Mount Pleasant , Mount Saint Thomas , Mount Warrigal , North Macquarie , North, Wollongong , Oak Flats , Oak Heights , Otford , Port Kembla , Primbee , Rose Valley , Russell Vale , Saddleback Mountain , Scarborough , Shell Cove , Shellharbour , Shellharbour City Centre , Spring Hill , Stanwell Park , Stanwell Tops , Tarrawanna , Thirroul , Tongarra , Towradgi , Tullimbar , Unanderra, Warilla, Warrawong, Werri Beach , West Wollongong , Willow Vale , Windang , Wollongong , Wombarra, Wongawilli, Woonona , Yallah , Yellow Rock
Wollongong city Council
The population of the Wollongong local government area is 292,190 making it the third largest city in new south wales and the 10th largest city in Australia. Referred to as “The Gong” by the locals it is geographically situated 82 kilometers (51 miles) south of Sydney on the narrow Illawarra escarpment and the Pacific ocean.
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