Cardiff Pest Controllers – Cardiff Heights Pest Removal
Cardiff is a suburb of the City of Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia. It is located 13 kilometres (8 mi) west-southwest of Newcastle’s central business district in the City of Lake Macquarie North Ward.
Cardiff is an irregularly shaped suburb. In the 2001 Census Cardiff had 5,039 inhabitants. Including the associated suburbs of Cardiff South and Cardiff Heights, the population was 9,500 persons. Cardiff contains 2 government primary schools, a Catholic primary school, an Independent school and a government high school. Like most major suburbs in Lake Macquarie, it has its own commercial centre with a post office, pub (hotel), real estate agencies, take-away shops, a video store, tattoo studio, two opportunity stores, numerous hairdressers and two supermarkets.
The local police station no longer provides counter services, having been converted into a centre for Highway Patrol officers in around 1998. Surrounded by Cardiff heights and Cardiff south
Cardiff ,NSW Australia is a suburb located in the general Newcastle region of New South Wales but is actually located in the local government or city council known as the City of Lake Macquarie . Cardiff is growing rapidly in popularity for homebuyers as It is located only 13 kilometres from Newcastle’s central business district and 12.3kms to Newcastle’s famous Nobby’s beach. As well as boasting a comfortable proximity or short train ride from Cardiff train station or easy bus ride in to Newcastle’s beaches it is also only a 10 minute drive to beautiful warners bay which sits on the famous lake Macquarie. This proximity to lifestyle options has made Cardiff an obvious choice for property buyers. Our Pest control work in Cardiff is fairly routine with American cockroaches, german cockroaches, rodents (especially for houses along the Cardiff train line and near the main rd Cardiff shops and woolworths complex) being the most common of call outs. Termites are also found due to Cardiff’s style of home being predominantly weatherboard timber and floorboards with gaps and nooks and crannys for insects to inhabit and navigate through. Cardiff NSW also has a range of other suburbs with a variant on the name such as Cardiff south, Cardiff heights and cardiff North. All of these suburbs share a similar profile of pest activity in our experience with Cardiff North being slightly more active in spider variety such as funnel webs and wolf spiders as well as possums due to a generally woodier and leafier environment
Cardiff is one of the major suburbs in Lake Macquarie, and is home to a nuber of shops and businesses. It also boasts a high number of sporting clubs, from cricket and rugby to netball and Aussie Rules football.
It is also situated next to Glendale and its ever-popular shopping centre.
Cardiff Heights is situated just north of Cardiff, and contains mostly residential homes. The area used to be called High Terrace, a placename which eventually fell away. The suburb lies just to the south of Rankin Park.
Cardiff South is the amalgamation of three separate suburbs (albeit small ones). Golfers know the area well, due to its proximity to the Cardiff Driving Range and Charlestown Gold Club. Its socer team usually performs well in Newcastle’s top league.