This site has been designed to increase public awareness and appreciation of reptiles, snakebite prevention and awareness of snakes around residences.
We are passionate about reptiles and enjoy sharing our passion and knowledge by educating people about them. We provide information for reptile keepers on various facets of reptile husbandry and snake control.
As a part of this we have developed courses to help the general public learn more about caring for reptiles in captivity and we also train people in catching venomous reptiles and relocating them.
We regularly do Birthday Parties for children of all ages (even some of the 'older' kids!) Please check out our Childrens Parties page for further information.
Snakehandler travels extensively to share our knowledge and passion, running courses in Victoria & Queensland and now offering Industry courses to New South Wales, ACT, South Australia & the Northern Territory.
We have extensive experience in providing training for mines and other commercial companies, including pet stores and other industries. With Public Liability insurance and Professional Indemnity Insurance you can be assured we believe in our product and our services
The business is based in Melbourne's South East; we are available for snake removal across Melbourne 24 hours a day 7 days a week, and also have an extensive list of Snake Catchers available in other areas.
For more information, click here to contact us.
We have expanded on our range of handling equipment, as well as included a few extra items, but now you can purchase online through our new online store! Visit our shop page, and start shopping!
You can now follow us on Facebook. View our profile page.
Snakehandler also has a new Townsville Branch.
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