Spiders are the most widely distributed venomous creatures in Australia, with an estimated 10,000 species inhabiting a variety of ecosystems.
All spiders are venomous, but most are harmless. Fortunately, only a few of them bite. In fact, the sting of an average bee is much painful than the bites of most spiders.
Spiders are usually very shy and stay hidden in their undisturbed habitat. They are only active at night. They are not even aggressive, and they will try to escape when they are confronted.

swarm of flies

Flies are more than just a mere nuisance. Their presence alone is often annoying to people, but they are also capable of spreading various dangerous diseases, including malaria, salmonella and tuberculosis. All over the country people are swatting, spraying, and hanging out sticky paper to catch the little buzzers.
Flies are insects in the Order Diptera, which means two-wings, with the original hind wings replaced by two small clubs that are used for balancing. In Australia, there are over 7700 species of flies, dispersing across the nation due to favoured climatic conditions by different species.

picture of a mouse

Spotting mouse droppings in your house can be a cause of worry, as it can be an indication of the presence of mice in the vicinity. Mice may carry harmful virus and bacteria that can affect humans.

When mice get into homes, they can create a wide range of mice problems, from contaminating your home to damaging your food. Mice will end up in the kitchen, looking for food, and will contaminate foods in the cupboards, kitchen surfaces and pantries by leaving significant amounts of droppings and urine.

If you're one of the millions of homeowners with cockroaches, it's high time to learn why and how it is that they are reproducing in the house. Pest species of cockroaches can easily adapt to a range of environments, but prefer warm, dry conditions found indoors. They are the most common pests that spread germs and can be harmful to humans, especially if there is a large infestation present.