Jungle Bros Treescapes is a family owned and operated business with over 20 years of horticultural and arboricultural experience in both private and local government environments. We are located in Eden Hills, and can therefore directly service the Blackwood, Belair, Stirling, Upper Sturt, Coromandel Valley and surrounding areas of Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills within a very prompt timeframe.
We offer full Public Liability Insurance up to $5 million. Our team of experienced tree climbers and ground crew are industry accredited and has the relevant equipment and safety qualifications. All staff are in possession of the current White Card, covering OHS legislative requirements, a mandatory requirement for persons working on any construction site in Australia.
Our senior arborist Mark Norton, holds a Certificate IV in Horticulture (Arboriculture) and all relevant plant and equipment operating qualifications and competencies. Mark has 24 years of ‘hands-on’ experience in a wide range of activities including formative tree pruning, mature tree management, tree deconstruction, significant tree legislation and management, turf management, seed collection and propagation, plant nurseries, re-vegetation, open space
development and planning, installation of horticultural amenities, fire prevention, erosion control, biodiversity maintenance, and feral plant / pest control and eradication.
Download a copy of our Certificate of Currency for Public/Products Liability Insurance HERE
A copy of our Terms & Conditions can be downloaded or viewed here: TERMS and CONDITIONS
You may remember cutting down our trees at our place late September 2013. One of your ‘tree loppers’ noticed a Kookaburra’s nest in one of the dead trees, hence the tree was cut down to a level so the nest could remain.
You can tell your ‘tree lopper’ that two baby Kookaburra were born last Friday, thanks to his effort in saving the nest.
Brian & Lorna Harmer, Rostrevor
We are located in the South Eastern Adelaide Hills of South Australia and cover all suburbs and rural areas surrounding Adelaide – and further by negotiation.