A1 Pest Control Parramatta, Sydney

Looking for Pest Control? Parramatta is our neighbouring suburb. It is bordered by Westmead, Rosehill, Rydalmere, Granville, Merrylands, Holroyd, Wentworthville, Harris Park and Mays Hill.

It has been our service area for over 35 years. Why not protect your home or business by a trusted local firm? We are family-owned & have survived in business by giving all of our customers what they are looking for, a reliable, trustworthy service at a reasonable price.

Looking for termite control, termite inspections or safe pest control? Western Suburbs  is known as a high risk area for white ants, so only use accredited experts that have Thermal Imaging Cameras and Termatrac termite tracking tools.

We have been successfully treating Bed Bugs, Bee Removal, Termites, Spiders, Wasps, Silverfish, Cockroaches and Ants, all with low toxic treatments.


Picture of The Mick Cronin Statue
Mick Cronin is a legend amongs the Parra Eels fans. Fans and players alike have great respect for him and he has been recognized as one of the NSWRL and Australian Kangaroos all-time highest point-scorer and has been named and acclaimed as one of the finest footballers of the 20th century. Born on the 28th of June 1951 in Kiama NSW. Cronin joined the eels in 1977 and made a huge impact on then team and its performance. He was the highest points scorer until the year 2000 when he was overtaken by Daryl Halligan. Cronin retired from the game after the 1993 season and is regarded as one of the best players to ever play for the eels.

Parramatta Eels Pirtek Stadium (2)

Constructed in 1986, the Pirtek Stadium has been home to the eels ever since. Not only does the stadium get used for rugby matches but also soccer and horse racing in its former days. A performance by non other then Michael Jackson was held here in 1986 during his Bad World Tour. In 2015 it was announced that after the 2016 season the stadium would be closed for renovations and would be reopened in late 2019.

Pirtek Stadium – Ph: 02 9683 5755

Parramatta Park 2Parramatta ParkParramatta Park became a public park in 1858 which is one of the oldest public parks in the entire world. Evidence of aboriginal occupation dates back to 20,000 years ago. People who lived in the area called themselves the Burramatta. They lived in family groups of 5 to 60 people who looked after the land, each with their own responsibilities.

Call Ph: 02 9895 7500 for more info


Our top 5 Pests for this area:

  1. Ants
  2. Cockroaches
  3. Rodents
  4. Bed Bugs
  5. Spiders.

Parramatta Swimming Center

Our Swimming Centre is a local favorite with something for the whole family. The facilities include: 10 lane 50m pool, 25m program pool, babies pool, drive pool, change rooms & hot showers, lockers for hire, picnic and BBQ areas and loads more. The Swimming Centre is also part of a free shuttle route which also stops at various other points of interest.

Contact -Ph: 02 9630 3669

Opening Hrs:
Friday 5am–8pm
Saturday 7am–7pm
Sunday 7am–7pm
Monday 5am–8pm
Tuesday 5am–8pm
Wednesday 5am–8pm
Thursday 5am–8pm

For more information about our demographics, call the Parramatta City Council on their Phone number – 02 9806 5050

Parra Streets

Aird Street, Alaska Lane, Albert Street, Alfred Street, Alma Street, Amos Street, Anderson Street, Andrew Nash Lane, Argus Lane, Argyle Street, Arthur Street, Auburn Street

Banks Street, Barrack Lane, Bettington Road, Betts Street, Bobart Street, Boundary Street, Bridge Street, Broughton Street,
Burnett Street, Byrnes Avenue,

Campbell Street, Carrington Street, Charles Street, Church Street, Civic Place, Collett Parade, Cowper Street, Crimea Street,

Darcy Street, Denison Street, Dixon Street

Early Street, East Street, Edgewater Parade, Elizabeth Lane, Elizabeth Street, Erby Place

Federal Avenue, Fennell Street, First Street, Fitzwilliam Lane, Fitzwilliam Street, Fourth Street, Franklin Street, Freemasons Arms Lane

George Street, Glebe Street, Good Street, Gore Street, Gould Place, Grand Avenue, Grandview Street, Great Western Highway, Gregory Place, Grose Street

Harold Street, Harris Street, Harvey Street, Hassall Street, Henry Street, High Street, Horwood Place, Houison Place, Hunter Street

Inkerman Street, Irving Street, Isabella Street

James Ruse Drive, Jubilee Lane

King Street, Kissing Point Road Exit, Kissing Point Road

Lamont Street, Lansdowne Street, Lennox Street, Little Street, Long Avenue

Macarthur Street, Macquarie Lane, Macquarie Street, Marion Street, Marist Place, Market Street, Marsden Street, Melville Street, Morton Street

Napier Street, New Zealand Street, Noller Parade, Northcott Lane

Oak Street, Oconnell Street, Oreilly Street

Palmer Lane, Palmer Street, Park Avenue, Park Parade, Parkes Street, Pemberton Lane, Pemberton Street, Pennant Street,
Phillip Lane, Phillip Street, Pitt Lane, Pitt Street, Purchase Street

Queens Avenue

Railway Parade, Railway Street, Rangihou Crescent, Raymond Street, River Road, Robertson Street, Rosehill Street, Ross Street

Second Street, Smith Street, Sorrell Street, Station Street, Steele Street, Stewart Street

Tennyson Street, Third Street, Thomas Street, Tramway Avenue, Trott Street

Union Street, United Lane

Valentine Avenue, Valentine Place, Victoria Road, Villiers Street

Wandsworth Street, Wentworth Street, West Street, Western Motorway, Wigram Street, Wilde Avenue

Young Street

Information on Sydney CBD

The City of Sydney is the Local Government Area (LGA) covering the Sydney central business district and surrounding inner city suburbs of the greater metropolitan area of Sydney, Australia.

Suburbs within the boundaries of the City of Sydney include the downtown or central business district of Sydney, Pyrmont & Ultimo to the western side, Haymarket to the southern side & Woolloomooloo to the eastern border & other suburbs.

Suburbs within the City of Sydney:

Alexandria, Annandale, Barangaroo, Beaconsfield, Camperdown, Centennial Park, Chippendale, Darlinghurst, Darlington, Dawes Point, Elizabeth Bay, Erskineville, Eveleigh, Forest Lodge, Glebe, Haymarket, Millers Point, Moore Park, Newtown, Paddington, Potts Point, Pyrmont, Redfern, Rosebery, Rushcutters Bay, Surry Hills, Sydney CBD, The Rocks, Ultimo, Waterloo, Woolloomooloo and Zetland.

Localities in the LGA in the City of Sydney:

Broadway, Central, Chinatown, Circular Quay, Darling Harbour, The Domain, East Sydney, Goat Island, Garden Island, Kings Cross, Macdonaldtown, Railway Square, Strawberry Hills and Wynyard.