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

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

Contact us for all these services and more Currumbin Valley.


Street Arborist Service Year
Five Springs Lane, Currumbin Valley Tree Lopping Currumbin Valley 2018, Currumbin Valley
Estelle Rd, Currumbin Valley Stump Grinding Currumbin Valley 2018, Currumbin Valley
Currumbin Creek Rd, Currumbin Valley Tree Removal Currumbin Valley 2017, Currumbin Valley
Currumbin Creek Rd, Currumbin Valley Arborist and Arboriculture Currumbin Valley 2016, Currumbin Valley
Piggabeen Rd, Currumbin Valley Tree Removal Currumbin Valley 2015, Currumbin Valley


Metric Rating (1 Low – 10 High)
Forestry index 8 – Mostly reserves and parks
Water index 6 – Near creeks and brooks
Gumtrees 30%
Shrubs %
Palm Trees 20%
Other Trees 40%
Density 10
Developed 2011


Currumbin Valley is a locality in the hinterland section of the Gold Coast. As of 2016, Currumbin garnered a population of more than 1,800 individuals.

With the entire area being only four kilometres wide and twenty-four kilometres long, Currumbin Valley is one of those big suburbs that come in small geographical packages. This suburb tries hard to offer both the urban and rural feel, but its speciality is giving off the best of the latter.

The Currumbin Creek Road is the main road in Currumbin Valley. It extends almost through the entire suburb and ends in Springbrook National Park. The sights that can be taken in in that place makes Currumbin Valley a doorway into a Narnia-like place. There are waterfalls, a rainforest filled with native flora and fauna, everything, of course, is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia and is considered a World Heritage Site.

The Currumbin Valley of today used to be a good source for timber. The earliest settlements in the area also built farms and grew bananas, sugar cane, several dairy farms were built in the area as well. The suburb took off from there, people started flocking in, a railway line was soon laid down, and more homes were built until the Currumbin Valley of today came to a realisation.

The people of Currumbin Valley know how to have fun, in their own way. Apart from the national park mentioned, there are several golf courses, driving ranges, sports parks, an archery club, more parks, and even more parks. As residential developments have slowed down in the suburb, the people of Currumbin Valley pretty much settled for the park lifestyle and decided to establish more parks which is basically putting up fences around huge patches of lands. It’s an amazing lifestyle, nevertheless, and it is what makes Currumbin Valley what it is. A sure-fire hit to locals is the Currumbin Valley Rock Pool.

People living in Currumbin Valley often choose to grow trees in their lawns and backyards as it has benefits going beyond aesthetics. But trees that are not maintained properly may cause damage to houses and fences. To avoid any unnecessary damages from trees, and for other tree-related services like tree removal, or tree pruning, Tree Essence knows how to get the job done.