Pest control Beachlands Maraetai Auckland

Pest control Clevedon Whitford

ACES pest control unfortunately does not cover Beachlands, Maraetai or Clevedon.  But can direct you the a local pest control company that is based in Beachlands.


Professional Pest control

Based in Beachlands, East Auckland,  let our experts at Professional Pest Control handle your infestations. We provide quality service, making sure to eliminate those pests for good.



Locally owned and operated Beachlands Pest Control business. We have established good relationships with our local  clients in  East Auckland, which is reflected in our increasing number of repeat customers.

In fact, we are proud to say that BEACHLANDS  customers  have trusted us with their pest control needs for years.

We focus on your health and safety.

We believe that your health and safety is our primary concern, so we ensure that all our NZ pest control technicians are security screened and approved under the HSNO Act. Other than this, we use a carefully selected range of pest products, state-of-the-art equipment, and professional application methods.


13 Liberty Crescent, Beachlands, Auckland 2571 NZ

09 536 6690

021 078 3622



Beachlands is an outer suburb of Auckland, New Zealand, established in the 1920s, where development increased in the 1950s due to its popularity as a beach holiday destination. It is located on the "Pohutukawa Coast" and in close proximity to Maraetai.

While connected to Auckland's waste water reticulation, all the properties collect their own rain water. Some properties have tapped into the underlying aquifers fed from the adjacent Maraetai-Brookby range of hills. No potable rivers are utilised for potable water locally.

Many English migrants and increasing numbers of South Africans have moved into the area in recent years. Houses in old Beachlands often come with a quarter of an acre of land. The housing ranges from cliff top mansions to rambling and somewhat run down baches. The newer areas of Pine Harbour, Spinnaker Bay and Pony Park contain modern houses, generally with smaller gardens than in old Beachlands. District plan minimum size is 700 square metres for a section (piece of land), although some subdivisions were approved during a brief period which saw some in-fill housing (more sections in a given area).

The fully serviced marina at Pine Harbour includes a ferry service to central Auckland with 20 departures per day in each direction on Mondays to Fridays. In 2015, the 570-berth Pine Harbour Marina and some 9 hectares of associated land were sold for $22 million.

View from Beachlands overlooking Motukaraka Island and the Hauraki Gulf.  Natural attractions in the immediate area include Sunkist Bay Beach, Shelly Beach and Snapper Rock. The Domain is the small park in the centre of Beachlands on the corner of Beachlands Road, Sunkist Bay Road and Karaka Road. Offshore, Motukaraka Island (also known as Flat Top Island or Flat Island) is located near the entrance to Pine Harbour Marina and is accessible at low tide. It is a short walk from the shore.

Te Puru Sports Centre, located in Te Puru Park between Beachlands and Maraetai, is the base for the Te Puru Keas (junior cubs), Cubs, Scouts and Venturers. A gym, tennis, sports fields and a large indoor arena provide a cultural centre that unites Beachlands and neighbouring Maraetai into 'the Pohutukawa Coast' community. The Te Puru Centre was initiated by local effort and fundraising and completed with a 50% grant from former Manukau City Mayor Sir Barry Curtis.[citation needed]

A walkway/cycle-way runs between Maraetai and Beachlands following the coast through Omana and Te Puru.