Wasp Removal

Do you need to get rid of wasps? Don’t worry at Termitrust we know wasps so you don’t have to.

Any swarm of wasps should be removed as quickly as possible as they can establish new nests or hives very rapidly and in large numbers. Although wasps are considered beneficial insects, they become a danger to the health of humans and pets as a stinging pest, when they build nests or hives within, on or adjacent to areas where we live. 

Professional wasp removal by Termitrust is your best choice to get rid of wasps around your home, garden or business.

Most importantly, we know wasps in your area. We have pest technicians on the ground in the following key locations and other surrounding regions:

QLD - BrisbaneGold CoastSunshine CoastLoganCabooltureIpswichToowoombaCairns & Rockhampton
NSW - SydneyCentral CoastNewcastle, HunterPort MacquarieCoffs HarbourDubboTamworth & Canberra (ACT)
VIC - Melbourne
WA - PerthJoondalupMandurahBunburyBusselton South West
SA - Adelaide

For a no pressure quote and free advice please call us, fill out the Make an Enquiry form or contact your local Termitrust Service Centre.


Types of Wasps

Wasp Information

Wasps are a diverse group with over one hundred thousand described species around the world.

In Australia there are two main species that are a problem. The native paper wasp and the imported European wasp. Most of the wasps in Australian backyards are native wasps.

Female wasps emerge from hibernation each spring and immediately start building nests. The wasp that starts a nest becomes the queen and so earns the right to be the only individual to lay eggs in that nest.

Unlike bees, the wasp's sting doesn't rip out of its body when it stings you, so a wasp is capable of stinging multiple times.


Did You Know?

  • Wasps recognise and remember each other's faces
  • Social wasps live in nests inhabited by 5,000-10,000 wasps at one time
  • Wasps sleep and even hibernate for months while hanging by their teeth
  • When a wasp dies it emits a pheromone in the air which acts as a warning signal to other wasps
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  • Paper wasps coming and going from their hive