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Tree Essence Arborists and Tree Removals 19 Jay Gee Court Nerang, QLD 4211 1300 487 333

Tree Essence Arborists and Tree Removals 19 Jay Gee Court Nerang, QLD 4211 1300 487 333
+1300 487 333

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Our expert arborist team is in Coombabah reguarly doing tree removals, tree pruning, tree lopping and other tree services. All our great testimonials confirm that our tree pruning in Coombabah is first class.

Contact us about:
– Tree and shrub pruning Coombabah
– Tree and shrub removal Coombabah
– Tree and shrub lopping Coombabah
– Clearing of land Coombabah

Contact us for all these services and more Coombabah.


Street Arborist Service Year
Possum Ct, Coombabah Tree Removal Coombabah 2018, Coombabah
Cartagena Lane, Coombabah Tree Removal Coombabah 2017, Coombabah
Numbat Court East, Coombabah Tree Pruning Coombabah 2017, Coombabah
Trevor Dr, Coombabah Tree Lopping Coombabah 2017, Coombabah
Allinga St, Coombabah Tree Pruning Coombabah 2016, Coombabah
Hansford Rd, Coombabah Arborist and Arboriculture Coombabah 2016, Coombabah
Pine Ridge Rd, Coombabah Land clearing Coombabah 2015, Coombabah
Allinga St, Coombabah Tree Pruning Coombabah 2015, Coombabah


Metric Rating (1 Low – 10 High)
Forestry index 8 – Parks and residential areas
Water index 8 – Nearby lakes and canals
Gumtrees 50%
Shrubs %
Palm Trees 20%
Other Trees 20%
Density 10
Developed 2012


Home to more than 10,000 people, Coombabah is one of the suburbs in the Gold Coast.

The origin of the name Coombabah is quite the story. The Indigenous Australian word is either one of the three translations. One, the word which means the place of cobra words, Koomboobah. Two, a word that means the place of the turtle, Koobabah. And the third one, a word that means a pocket of land, Coombabah. Regardless of what it means, Coombabah is one cosy suburb to live in.

To the north of the suburb, Coombabah is bordered by Paradise Point and Hope Island. Down south, Arundel comes next. A drive due west brings you to either Runaway Bay or Biggera Waters. Turn around, keep going, and you might end up to the eastern border right at Helensvale and the Coombabah State High School.

Coombabah plays host to the Coombabah Lakelands, noted by the RAMSAR International Convention as one of the five most significant wetlands in the country. There, you can see a good combination of nature and industrial progress as the conservation area is just next to residential and commercial spaces.

There are a lot of organisations looking over this conservation. This place also serves as an animal habitat; ten kilometres of the land is accessible to the public. Citizens and visitors can go on walks on the dirt tracks, gravel, and boardwalks day and night thanks to the supervision of the Council’s Natural Areas Management Unit. The marine habitat, however, is a protected area compliant to the Queensland Fisheries Act.

Coombabah has many parks and trees are abundant in residential properties. Trees growing near residential areas need proper maintenance or they will cause the destruction of property when strong storms hit. For tree-related services in Coombabah like tree removal, and tree pruning, Tree Essence is the best choice.