At Victorian Pest Animal Control we provide services for control of the following pest animals. If there is a pest animal on your property requiring control that is not listed below we please contact us for further information.
We have many years experience controlling in Wild Deer as well as other vertebrate pest animals in rural, semi rural and peri-urban areas, as well as small to large scale government contracts.
We understand how destructive these animals can be and how they impact your property and lively hood. We use our experience combined with the latest technology to achieve a meaningful result, that is safe, ethical, economical and productive.
Our friendly staff are professional and well presented and have worked on many private and government projects in the past.
VPAC holds a current Victorian Field Harvesters licence and has a Game Meat Harvesting Vehicle for transport of Deer Carcasses to a licensed production facility. Where possible we try to recover deer carcasses for processing as pet food.
All our staff have extensive training and hold current Victorian firearms licenses, permits for suppressor usage and qualifications in humane destruction of pest animals and commercial wild game harvesting.
If you have a Wild Deer or pest animal problem, please feel free to contact us for an obligation free quote. We will organize a date and time to visit you and your property where we will asses the site and provide information on viability, productivity and costs involved. If you decide to move forward with us, we will spend some time on the ground to develop a thorough safety plan, as well as determine whether any permits are required for completion of the job. It's important to remember that our first visit is cost free and obligation free. If we cannot build a viable plan, or if we cannot complete the job due to rejection of wildlife control permits, there is NO CHARGE and NO OBLIGATION.
Nillumbik Shire Council Sugarloaf Link Deer Control Project
If you have any questions at all regarding the Nillumbik Shire Council Sugarloaf Link Deer Control Project, or want to know if you are within the area and eligible for assistance, please contact us via phone or email and we will help you determine your eligibility.
Click here to see more info on the Nillumbik Shire Council website