Commercial Pest Management – A1 Pest Control Canberra

Property owners and managers should maintain their commercial properties. This is to provide a safe environment for their tenants. A well-maintained property can prevent future additional costs like repairs, which will affect both the tenants and property owners.

A methodological way of inspection should be prioritized by all property managers among things listed the maintenance list to check for a possible pest infestation. Commercial properties hold all necessary components for different pests to survive.

Among these are food, water and ideal temperatures for them to live in. Pests like mosquitoes, cockroaches, ants, flies, wasps, bees, mice and other rodents are always looking for the best place to consider their habitat. It would be difficult, costly and time consuming to eliminate them once they have already settled in your building.

Proactive Pest Control Management

A successful pest control management program is dependent of the support of everyone: the building management, occupants, and the pest control professional.
A proactive pest control program decreases the chances of pest infestation that may cause more damage and expenses.

Staff and tenants can do their part by keeping their assigned areas clean of food that might invite pests in the area, they must discard their trash properly, and they can report problems they see that might call in pests inside.

Pest infestation can be a serious health hazard and can also do damage to the commercial buildings. If standards are not kept, your building can be infested and damaged in a very serious way. With a known pest issues, business will be affected.

Tips to Keep Pests Out

  •    Check the building’s façade and utility pipes if there are any cracks
  •    If there are gaps, add weather stripping and door sweeps
  •    Make use of window screens and keep in mind to replace torn ones
  •    For small openings left in outer walls, install specially designed screens to keep water from going inside the building
  •    Verify and make sure the tenants are disposing their trash in the proper areas
  •    Dumpsters must be at least 15-20 feet away from the building
  •    Keep trees and shrubs 3 feet away from the building.
  •    Make sure common areas like community rooms, laundry rooms, poolside areas, parking lots, storage closets, kitchens, lobbies are always clean and free of food.

Top Pests and their Risk

  1. Rodents

–        These pests invade over 20 million structural buildings each year

–        They are carriers of different diseases such as Leptospirosis, Hantavirus, and plague.

–        They may cause structural damages.

–        They may cause fire as they chew wires.

  1.     Ticks

–        There are over 30,000 cases of tick invasion each year.

–        They are carries of Lyme disease.

–        They can be found in overgrown areas outdoors.

  1.     Bed Bugs

–        They can be carried in and out of the facility in clothing.

–        They can live in both clean and dirty environments.

–        They can be found in beds, furniture cracks or any upholstered furniture.

  1.     Cockroaches

–        They multiply fast.

–        They contaminate food that may even cause severe food poisoning.

–        They trigger allergies and asthma attacks.

  1.     Flies

–        They carry different and hazardous bacteria.

–        To keep them away, you can install specially designed screens. You can also make use of fly lights especially near waste disposal areas.

Tenants have a choice to pick a space that has a good reputation and a clean one. They may even ask what your LEED Certification Label is just to make sure they are making the right decision. It is the duty of a commercial facility managers to keep and maintain their property safe and healthy for their occupants.

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a certification program that is internationally recognized. It is currently utilized in more than thirty (30) countries. It is a certification based on points earned by a building through its design, environmental health and energy efficiency.

LEED Certification standards cover indoor air quality, and therefore pest management is also covered. Most consider investing in an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program. This program observes the LEED guidelines.

Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

The Integrated Pest Management program (IPM) is an ecosystem-based strategy. It focuses on elimination, inspection, surveillance and prevention. It focuses also on proactive prevention and education as it places a limit on pest control materials. The use of pesticides is minimized and is only used when needed. This would also decrease the risk to human or environmental issues.

There are six (6) major components common to all IPM programs. These are as follows:

  1. Pest Identification
  2. Assessing pest numbers and the damage done
  3. Guidelines for when management action is needed
  4. Preventing pest problems
  5. Implementing a combination of biological, physical, cultural, and chemical management tools
  6. Monitoring the effect of pest management

In order to earn IPM credit, the LEED team must:

  • Develop, implement, and maintain an IPM plan
  • Make sure to use the least toxic chemical pesticides
  • Minimize the use of toxic pesticides
  • Apply least toxic pesticides only in targeted locations and pest species
  • Identify what constitutes an emergency application of pesticides
  • Develop a communications strategy for both normal and emergency conditions

Ask your industry peers for recommendations when you are looking for a good and qualified pest management provider. You may also ask the following questions for you to have a guideline:

  •       How long have they been in the pest management business?
  •    Do they have license or certification/s from appropriate agencies?
  •    Do they specialize in commercial pest control?
  •    Can they provide a tailor-fit program for your facility needs?
  •    Are they a member of any state and national pest control associations/organizations? What are these?
  •    What type of documentation do they provide? Do they have a service guarantee to give you?

Effective and good relationship between the property management and the tenants are beneficial. It is important to keep an open communication between them to implement a proactive pest control program, which is a great way to keep the structure healthy and a long-life of the property.

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TERMITE PROTECTION STARTS WITH AN INSPECTION Call 0407 065 413

Imagine this. you have or are buying a property and you see it has had a visual termite inspection but what jumps out at you on the report is one or more of the following.

• Not able to gain access to the subfloor
• Wet weather could not access the roof etc.

Termites gain access when dirt meets wood if they can not gain access through the dirt they build mud tracks that can reach up to 7 feet tall to gain entry to your home.

Do you take a gamble and hope like hell there are no termites in the areas that were not able to gain entry?

Let me tell you something, you may gamble that there were no termites in that area but recently we have been called in where people DO find termites 6 months after moving in to their property OR a potential buyer orders a thermal image inspection and finds termites which delays the sale as the buyer negotiates to factor this treatment into lowering the price or at worse walks away from buying the property altogether.

Thermal imaging can pick up termite body heat and movement through walls, floors and under the house it will even pick up house faults like leaking pipes behind walls this saves you thousands of dollars.

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BEDBUG PEST CONTROL – COST HOTELS LOSS OF MONEY AND BAD REVIEWS

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Commercial Pest Control Services

Commercial Pest Control Services

Commercial pest control services have different needs than residential especially if they have kitchens. Residential pest services should be conducted annually as part of general maintenance and upkeep of a property as we are aware that household insurance does not cover the damage that termites cause. The old saying “prevention is better than cure” should be ringing in anyone’s ears as the cost of the treatment far outweighs the cost of the cure.

We at A1 Pest Control Canberra accommodate our clients by working outside their trading hours as they have special requirements that would interfere with their day-to-day business such as:

  • Dental practice
  • Aged home facilities
  • Hotels
  • Childcare centres
  • Schools
  • Unit blocks
  • Restaurants


RECOMMENDATIONS

Commercial Pest Control that have kitchens that serve food need to be on top of their cleanliness at all times to keep pests at bay. It’s recommended that pest control be undertaken every 3 months to stop the breeding cycle.

On the initial inspection the walk around by the pest control managers looks in cool rooms, bench areas both on the top to the floor with special attention looking at stoves fans and grills where fat and oils spill. With a checklist he thoroughly looks, reports and then gives a recommendation of the areas that need cleaning or repaired to deter pests.

Usually in food court areas where there are a number of food areas if the pest control is only done on one food restaurant the pests will be hunted into the next-door neighbours food eatery – where possible all food properties get treated at the same time.

If a clean up has taken place we would go back in and make a list of products and quantities of chemicals that we are using to give to the health inspector should he visit he can see that commercial property is doing everything possible to keep the property pest free.

Where there are child care centres we treat on a weekend while there are no children around also dental practices. The aim of A1 Pest Control Canberra is that we work to service the customer if we can do anything for you or you need advice please contact Bob 0407 065 413 or email us at bob@a1pestcontrolcanberra.com.au

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Bee Control

If you are having problems with bee control, and trying to locate a bee-keeper or bee catcher without success there you are going to need to deal with  you bee or a wasp problem quickly.  For fast action call 0407 065 413 or Bob@a1pestcontrolcanberra.com.au

How to do Bee Control

Bees Swarming a house
When you are searching the net looking for “Beekeepers and Apiarists”, to control or relocate bees without killing them, depending on the season can be hard to contact, if multiple swarms are in the area.
We at A1 Pest Control Canberra specialist bee removal company with the proper equipment and protective gear such as bee hoods and clothing.

Bee Removal

Bee Control

Never try to remove bees or wasps yourself as it can be potentially dangerous without the correct protective gear and equipment.

In the photo shown is unusual bee swarm taken of my brother from pest control Sydney. Bees don’t usually land on grassy areas in the open.

When he came to the the Sydney address he found the bee hive was located on the far left side of the tree, about the middle. The home owner was really lucky as she was mowing the lawn, and only caught sight of the bees at the last moment.

Unfortunately my brother was not as as lucky and got stung by a bee that found an entrance under his protective gear!

Is where you live protected from bee swarms? Remember A1 Pest Control Canberra for your home’s complete bee and wasp pest control systems.

Call today to find out more information with no pressure to order our services on 0407 065 413 talk to Bob he will be happy to help you. Email us at Bob@A1pestcontrolcanberra.com.au for a free quote and advice

How to Manage Bee Control Safely

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A Listings:

Acton, Ainslie, Amaroo, Aranda

B Listings:

Banks, Barton Braddon, Beard, Belconnen, Belconnen Town Centre, Bonner, Bonython , Booth, Braddon , Braidwood, Bruce , Bungendore, Burra

C Listing:

Calwell, Campbell, Capital Hill, Carwoola, Casey, Centre, Chapman, Charnwood, Chifley, Chisholm, City, Clear Range, Conder, Cook, Coombs, Cotter River, Crace, Creek Centre, Curtin

D Listings:

Deakin, Dickson, Dodsworth, Downer, Duffy, Duntroon

E Listings:

Erindale Centre, Evatt

F Listings:

Farrer, Fisher, Florey, Flynn, Forest, Fraser

G Listings:

Garran, Gundaroo, Gilmore, Giralang, Googong, Gordon, Goulburn, Gowrie,Greenleigh, Greenway, Griffith, Gungahlin- Gungahlin Town Centre

H Listings:

Hawker, Higgins, Holt, Harrison, Holder, Hughes

I Listings:

Isabella Plains, Isaacs

J Listings:

Jamison Centre, Jacka

K Listings:

Kippax Centre, Kaleen, Kingston, Kenny, Kinlyside , Karabar, Kambah – Kambah Village Centre

L Listings:

Latham, Lawson, Lyneham, Letchworth, Lyons

M Listings:

Macgregor, Macquarie, McKellar, Melba,Mitchell, Moncrieff, Macarthur, Monash

N Listings:

North Lyneham, Narrabundah, Ngunnawal, Nicholls

O Listings:

O’Connor, Oaks Estate, Oaks Estate, Oxley, O’Malley

P Listings:

Page, Parkes, Palmerston, Pialligo, Paddys River, Pearce, Phillip

Q Listings:

Queanbeyan

R Listings:

Red Hill, Reid, Russell, Rendezvous Creek, Ridgeway, Royalla, Richardson, Rivett

S Listings:

Scullin, Spence, Symonston, Springrange, Sutton, Stirling, Southlands Centre

T Listings:

Turner, Taylor, Throsby,Tennent, Tharwa, The Angle, Tinderry, Tralee, Tuggeranong Town Centre,Theodore, Torrens

U Listings:

Urila

W Listings:

WatsonWright, Wamboin, Williamsdale, Wanniassa, Waramanga, Weston – Weston Creek Centre, Woden Town Centre

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Yarralumla, Yarrow, Yass

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Spider Control

Spider ControlLooking for professional spider control? Australia is home to numerous species of spiders, and there’s no shortage of them in most Aussie back yards.

Many are relatively harmless, some will give you a nasty bite, and others like the Red Back, the Funnel Web and the White Tailed Spider are capable of making the recipient of the bite quite ill.

There aren’t too many of us that like spiders, so whether they’re harmless or not, it’s safe to say that most of us would prefer that all varieties of spiders stayed well away from our home!

Your local pest control expert can assist you with this by treating your home once a year to deter spiders. If you have young children or you’re frightened of spiders, annual spider control may already be your habit however there may be some more things you can do to make your home less inviting to spiders:

  • Avoid storing or stacking things up against the outside walls of your home. You may have noticed that Red Backs in particular like to hide behind things. When you have a tidy up to clear these items, wear gloves and move items with caution.
  • If you have a garage or shed, keep it tidy and clean – spiders like to build webs in between or behind items so stacks of boxes and unused items can be an ideal environment. Spiders seem to prefer peace and quiet so a nice dark, infrequently used garden shed makes the perfect home. Consider having a spring clean!
  • Spiders eat other insects so taking steps to control other insect populations around the home may also help. If you have a problem with other insects, speak to your pest controller for advice.
  • In between spider control treatments, consider using a surface spray in the areas you know spiders like to frequent.
  • Ensure fly screens are properly fitted to your windows, and if you don’t have fly screens, consider investing in them – open windows and loose or torn fly screens are an easy entry point for spiders.
  • Spiders aren’t always easy to get rid of – they have millions of years of evolution on their side and appear to be quite intelligent! But persistence and diligence can pay off keeping the area outside your home free from clutter, regularly cleaning behind outdoor furniture, and calling out the pest controller once a year will help to minimize the number of spiders you see around your home.

If you don’t want to be invaded by this summer, speak to us about spider control now.

Call Bob on 0407 065 413 or send us a message if you have a problem with spiders or need spider treatment.

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Our Service Areas Includes:

A Listings:

Acton, Ainslie, Amaroo, Aranda

B Listings:

Banks, Barton Braddon, Beard, Belconnen, Belconnen Town Centre, Bonner, Bonython , Booth, Braddon , Braidwood, Bruce , Bungendore, Burra

C Listing:

Calwell, Campbell, Capital Hill, Carwoola, Casey, Centre, Chapman, Charnwood, Chifley, Chisholm, City, Clear Range, Conder, Cook, Coombs, Cotter River, Crace, Creek Centre, Curtin

D Listings:

Deakin, Dickson, Dodsworth, Downer, Duffy, Duntroon

E Listings:

Erindale Centre, Evatt

F Listings:

Farrer, Fisher, Florey, Flynn, Forest, Fraser

G Listings:

Garran, Gundaroo, Gilmore, Giralang, Googong, Gordon, Goulburn, Gowrie,Greenleigh, Greenway, Griffith, Gungahlin- Gungahlin Town Centre

H Listings:

Hawker, Higgins, Holt, Harrison, Holder, Hughes

I Listings:

Isabella Plains, Isaacs

J Listings:

Jamison Centre, Jacka

K Listings:

Kippax Centre, Kaleen, Kingston, Kenny, Kinlyside , Karabar, Kambah – Kambah Village Centre

L Listings:

Latham, Lawson, Lyneham, Letchworth, Lyons

M Listings:

Macgregor, Macquarie, McKellar, Melba,Mitchell, Moncrieff, Macarthur, Monash

N Listings:

North Lyneham, Narrabundah, Ngunnawal, Nicholls

O Listings:

O’Connor, Oaks Estate, Oaks Estate, Oxley, O’Malley

P Listings:

Page, Parkes, Palmerston, Pialligo, Paddys River, Pearce, Phillip

Q Listings:

Queanbeyan

R Listings:

Red Hill, Reid, Russell, Rendezvous Creek, Ridgeway, Royalla, Richardson, Rivett

S Listings:

Scullin, Spence, Symonston, Springrange, Sutton, Stirling, Southlands Centre

T Listings:

Turner, Taylor, Throsby,Tennent, Tharwa, The Angle, Tinderry, Tralee, Tuggeranong Town Centre,Theodore, Torrens

U Listings:

Urila

W Listings:

WatsonWright, Wamboin, Williamsdale, Wanniassa, Waramanga, Weston – Weston Creek Centre, Woden Town Centre

Y Listings:

Yarralumla, Yarrow, Yass

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Commercial Pest Control

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Flea Control

 Flea Control

Flea Control

Have you got fleas at your place? If you’ve already attempted to rid your home of fleas and haven’t been successful you may need to arrange a professional flea control treatment.

Don’t be too surprised fleas are one of the hardest insects for the householder to eradicate themselves due to their complex breeding cycle.

You may also be surprised to know that you don’t have to have pets in the house for a flea infestation to occur – adult fleas still at the cocoon stage can remain dormant in the cocoon for several months, particularly in carpet in an unoccupied home.

Any activity, including the arrival of new occupants, can drive the fleas to exit the cocoon in search of food.

If you do have pets, fleas may be a frequent problem but there are things you can do to help minimize the problem easily:

  • Consult with your veterinary regarding the most effective methods of flea control for your pets;
  • Take the necessary steps to drive away all the fleas that have chosen to reside in the bedding material being used by your pet.
  • If the problem persists, you might as well dispose off of the old bedding and replace it but don’t do this until after you have taken steps to remove the fleas from your pets and from other areas in the home, or the new bedding may quickly become infested.
  • If you used a vacuum cleaner on a flea-infested carpet, make sure to properly dispose off of the vacuum cleaner bag as fleas and eggs will be present
  • Flea ‘bombs’ are available for purchase from any supermarket; however, they may not be an appropriate flea control solution if the problem is severe or has recurred despite this treatment.
  • You should also think about extending your treatment to outdoor shady areas where your pets often spend time as these areas may be harbouring fleas.
  • If you are having a problem with fleas it’s important to tackle the problem quickly. Fleas are more than a nuisance they are blood sucking parasites that are capable of transmitting tapeworm.

Fleas – where did they come from?

Fleas may have entered your home via any one of a number of means, even if your pets have never had fleas before, for example:

You may have brought bedding, carpet or other items into your home that contained flea eggs or cocooned adult fleas. Your pet may have sat or lay down in a place in your yard, at the local dog park, or elsewhere where fleas were present;

If you don’t have a pet, the previous occupant of your new home may have had one. Of course, how they got there may not be your biggest concern at this point! If you’re being eaten alive, speak to your local pest controller about professional flea control.

Ring Bob on 0407 065 413 for a friendly chat and free consultation about your pest problem or email at bob@a1pestcontrolcanberra.com.au

Flea Control

Our Service Areas Includes:

A Listings:

Acton, Ainslie, Amaroo, Aranda

B Listings:

Banks, Barton Braddon, Beard, Belconnen, Belconnen Town Centre, Bonner, Bonython , Booth, Braddon , Braidwood, Bruce , Bungendore, Burra

C Listing:

Calwell, Campbell, Capital Hill, Carwoola, Casey, Centre, Chapman, Charnwood, Chifley, Chisholm, City, Clear Range, Conder, Cook, Coombs, Cotter River, Crace, Creek Centre, Curtin

D Listings:

Deakin, Dickson, Dodsworth, Downer, Duffy, Duntroon

E Listings:

Erindale Centre, Evatt

F Listings:

Farrer, Fisher, Florey, Flynn, Forest, Fraser

G Listings:

Garran, Gundaroo, Gilmore, Giralang, Googong, Gordon, Goulburn, Gowrie,Greenleigh, Greenway, Griffith, Gungahlin- Gungahlin Town Centre

H Listings:

Hawker, Higgins, Holt, Harrison, Holder, Hughes

I Listings:

Isabella Plains, Isaacs

J Listings:

Jamison Centre, Jacka

K Listings:

Kippax Centre, Kaleen, Kingston, Kenny, Kinlyside , Karabar, Kambah – Kambah Village Centre

L Listings:

Latham, Lawson, Lyneham, Letchworth, Lyons

M Listings:

Macgregor, Macquarie, McKellar, Melba,Mitchell, Moncrieff, Macarthur, Monash

N Listings:

North Lyneham, Narrabundah, Ngunnawal, Nicholls

O Listings:

O’Connor, Oaks Estate, Oaks Estate, Oxley, O’Malley

P Listings:

Page, Parkes, Palmerston, Pialligo, Paddys River, Pearce, Phillip

Q Listings:

Queanbeyan

R Listings:

Red Hill, Reid, Russell, Rendezvous Creek, Ridgeway, Royalla, Richardson, Rivett

S Listings:

Scullin, Spence, Symonston, Springrange, Sutton, Stirling, Southlands Centre

T Listings:

Turner, Taylor, Throsby,Tennent, Tharwa, The Angle, Tinderry, Tralee, Tuggeranong Town Centre,Theodore, Torrens

U Listings:

Urila

W Listings:

WatsonWright, Wamboin, Williamsdale, Wanniassa, Waramanga, Weston – Weston Creek Centre, Woden Town Centre

Y Listings:

Yarralumla, Yarrow, Yass

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Commercial Pest Control

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Cockroach Management

Cockroach Management

Cockroach ManagementAre you searching for cockroach management? In the country, these insects perform a useful role in the eco-system but in the populated suburbs, some species are just pests.

Nobody likes to see cockroaches and you may have noticed that a percentage of people become extremely alarmed when they see them on opening cupboard doors etc. Cockroaches can carry a range of dangerous bacteria including Salmonella, Staphylococcus and Streptococcus. They may also be capable of carrying viruses such as the poliovirus.

It’s because of the capacity of cockroaches to carry and spread disease that Cockroach management is just as important in the home as it is in a food or restaurant outlet.

What Diseases do Cockroaches Spread?

Cockroaches are scavengers. Not only do they feed on discarded rubbish and dead animals, they also enter sewers to scavenge. They ingest bacteria while eating, and collect it on their body while moving.

As they eat and move about they regurgitate and expel faeces, leaving bacteria behind. When they travel around your kitchen and investigate the food packets in your cupboard, they may be leaving harmful bacteria behind and when you touch the surface of pick up something they have walked on, you may come into contact with those bacteria.

Tips to Discouraging Cockroaches:

  • Ensure that food is sealed and crumbs or residue not left on benches, the floor or in the pantry.
  • Empty rubbish immediately from the home and keeping outside bins with a tightly fitted lid.
  • Wash all pet bowls and do not leave food in the bowl over night.
  • Storing old books, magazines or other items that aren’t in use in well sealed plastic containers rather than cardboard boxes, or just stacking them in a storage cupboard.
  • Regularly clean behind and beneath kitchen appliances like the microwave and fridge, and remove the crumbs daily from your toaster.
  • Using a surface spray.

Whether you’re a restaurant operator or a home owner, the sight of a cockroach scurrying across the floor – or even belly up dead in the cupboard – is something you’d prefer not to see; and it’s certainly something that your visitors or customers don’t want to see.

But sometimes, despite your best efforts in regard to hygiene, cockroaches still appear. This may sometimes be the result of unhygienic conditions at nearby premises, or conversely, the result of a recent pest control or cockroach management treatment nearby that has sent the local cockroaches off in search of new food sources.

If you’d like to speak to a professional about cockroach management you can call us today for more information or to arrange a pest inspection.

You can contact us by calling 0407 065 413 or emailing Bob@A1pestcontrolcanberra.com.au

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Our Service Areas Includes:

A Listings:

Acton, Ainslie, Amaroo, Aranda

B Listings:

Banks, Barton Braddon, Beard, Belconnen, Belconnen Town Centre, Bonner, Bonython , Booth, Braddon , Braidwood, Bruce , Bungendore, Burra

C Listing:

Calwell, Campbell, Capital Hill, Carwoola, Casey, Centre, Chapman, Charnwood, Chifley, Chisholm, City, Clear Range, Conder, Cook, Coombs, Cotter River, Crace, Creek Centre, Curtin

D Listings:

Deakin, Dickson, Dodsworth, Downer, Duffy, Duntroon

E Listings:

Erindale Centre, Evatt

F Listings:

Farrer, Fisher, Florey, Flynn, Forest, Fraser

G Listings:

Garran, Gundaroo, Gilmore, Giralang, Googong, Gordon, Goulburn, Gowrie,Greenleigh, Greenway, Griffith, Gungahlin- Gungahlin Town Centre

H Listings:

Hawker, Higgins, Holt, Harrison, Holder, Hughes

I Listings:

Isabella Plains, Isaacs

J Listings:

Jamison Centre, Jacka

K Listings:

Kippax Centre, Kaleen, Kingston, Kenny, Kinlyside , Karabar, Kambah – Kambah Village Centre

L Listings:

Latham, Lawson, Lyneham, Letchworth, Lyons

M Listings:

Macgregor, Macquarie, McKellar, Melba,Mitchell, Moncrieff, Macarthur, Monash

N Listings:

North Lyneham, Narrabundah, Ngunnawal, Nicholls

O Listings:

O’Connor, Oaks Estate, Oaks Estate, Oxley, O’Malley

P Listings:

Page, Parkes, Palmerston, Pialligo, Paddys River, Pearce, Phillip

Q Listings:

Queanbeyan

R Listings:

Red Hill, Reid, Russell, Rendezvous Creek, Ridgeway, Royalla, Richardson, Rivett

S Listings:

Scullin, Spence, Symonston, Springrange, Sutton, Stirling, Southlands Centre

T Listings:

Turner, Taylor, Throsby,Tennent, Tharwa, The Angle, Tinderry, Tralee, Tuggeranong Town Centre,Theodore, Torrens

U Listings:

Urila

W Listings:

WatsonWright, Wamboin, Williamsdale, Wanniassa, Waramanga, Weston – Weston Creek Centre, Woden Town Centre

Y Listings:

Yarralumla, Yarrow, Yass

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