Deer Control

There are five species of deer present on the Central Coast.

Fox Control Central Coast

Fox Control

The introduction of foxes into Australia has had a devastating impact on native fauna.

Rabbit Control Central Coast

Rabbit Control

Rabbit populations are widespread throughout the Central Coast region.

Wild Dogs Control Central Coast

Wild Dogs Control

Welcome to Central Coast Deer and Vermin Control

Central Coast Deer and Vermin Control was formed to help hobby farmers and primary industry farmers eliminate damaging deer, fox, wild dogs, rabbits, Indian mynas and pigeons from destroying property, produce and Australian wildlife.

Vermin/pest animals cause great harm to the natural environment and primary industry and are considered one of the most significant threats to economic productivity and environmental values in NSW.

We service the following areas :

  • Gosford City Council
  • Wyong Shire Council
  • Greater Hunter areas - ( Cessnock, Dungog, Lake Macquarie, Maitland, Muswellbrook, Newcastle, Port Stephens, Singleton, Upper Hunter and Lower Hunter )

Call Lawrence for a free no obligation quote on 0417 931 588, Central Coast Deer and Vermin Control will exterminate those pesky animals.

Feral Animals in Australia

Australia's native plants and animals adapted to life on an isolated continent over millions of years.

Since European settlement they have had to compete with a range of introduced animals for habitat, food and shelter. Some have also had to face new predators. These new pressures have also caused a major impact on our country's soil and waterways and on its native plants and animals.

Feral animals of significant concern include:

  • Cane toad - Bufo marinus
  • European wild rabbit - Oryctolagus cuniculus
  • European red fox - Vulpes vulpes
  • Feral camel - Camelus dromedarius
  • Feral cat - Felis catus
  • Feral goat - Capra hircus
  • Feral horse - Equus caballus and Feral donkey ( Equus asinus )
  • Feral pig - Sus scrofa
  • Feral water buffalo - Bubalus bubalis
  • Wild Dogs


In Australia, feral animals typically have few natural predators or fatal diseases and some have high reproductive rates. As a result, their populations have not naturally diminished and they can multiply rapidly if conditions are favourable (Source: Hunting Australia : AUSHUNT - The Australian Hunting and Shooting Directory).