#1 Tree Services in Darlinghurst
Need professional tree specialist in Darlinghurst?
Ultimate Tree Specialist has a reputation for high-quality and professional work with an affordable price feature. We offer all kinds of tree services to your local Darlinghurst areas. From tree cutting and removal to palm tearing and stub grinding, we offer everything. All our professionals are fully qualified, insured and highly skilled individuals.
We are a full-service tree business operating in Sydney metropolitan and regional areas. So we carry out all the tasks of arborist counselling and tree operation, tree removal and stump removal.
Most of our service and speciality tends to be tree removal as we work in a safe environment with our customers. Our work is holistic, and we want to support our customers every step. Check our official Facebook page for any updates
We are well trained, insured, and knowledgeable. We are confident that the highest professionalism and courteous service is maintained for every job we do. Check our customer’s review on Google My Business listing. Contact us today for more details.
Number 1 Choice For Tree & Arborist Services in Sydney
What we do
Tree Removal in Darlinghurst
The Ultimate Tree Specialist professional team has the expertise and know-how to remove your tree properly and safely. We use special equipment to secure the safe removal of the tree without harm to your property or its environment. Our licenced trees team has every expertise necessary to safely remove every kind of trees, including large, complicated and dangerous trees. Our professional Parramatta tree services team of experts guarantee all of Darlinghurst tree removal services are implemented in accordance with both Australian standards and industry standards.
We go to great heights to deliver a leading Sydney tree removal service to help your scenery flourish. The Ultimate Tree Specialist is the leading tree lopping name “near you”, combining state of the art machienary and expert technology refined over decades of industry experience. Over the years we have built confidence for our high-quality work and friendly customer service within the community.
Tree Trimming Darlinghurst
Tree Trimming is a service needed for your trees to look beautiful and give your greenery a value. Just like cutting hair to make you look great, when you have your branches cut and uniformed, vegetation used for ornamental purposes look better, too.
As the tree or shrub develops, surrounding structures can be interfered with or damaged. This may include your home, garages and entrances, but could also mean, for example, that the tree throws its leaves and waste into ribs. Tree branches may sometimes have gone so large that critical services, such as overhead lines and power stations, are blocked and are at risk of fire and electrical hazards.
Tree Pruning Darlinghurst
To maintain them healthy, safe and look good, all trees need regular cutting. Some types of trees, such as hecks, need to be treated more than once a year. Large grown up trees may only need to be sprinkled every two years in order to maintain a structurally secure canopy and long, heavy limbs. Contact a qualified tree professional to have the health of your tree assessed if you are unsure if your trees need a prune.
Depending on the type of tree, the size, conditions, location and the surrounding hazards, the cutting process of a tree varies significantly. Our team can use essential tools such as secateurs, hand-sawing, coat cutter and a ladder to shape the leaf and remove excess weight quickly and efficiently for small trees and hedges.
If you have a tree emergency, inform us now and we’ll be there soon as possible.
State of the art techniques
Skills and experience for the best tree care service in Sydney.
Value for money
We are family owned and operated so our pricing reflects our commitment to the your community.
Insurance is a must, ask us for the latest copies of all our Insurance certificates.
About Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010
Darlinghurst is an inner-city, eastern suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Darlinghurst is located immediately east of the Sydney central business district (CBD) and Hyde Park, within the local government area of the City of Sydney.
Darlinghurst is a densely populated suburb with the majority of residents living in apartments or terraced houses. Once a slum and red-light district, Darlinghurst has undergone urban renewal since the 1980s to become a cosmopolitan area made up of precincts. Places such as Victoria Street (which connects Darlinghurst to Potts Point in the north), Stanley Street (Little Italy) and Crown Street (Vintage and Retro Fashion) are known as culturally rich destinations. These high street areas are connected by a network of lane-ways and street corners with shops, cafes and bars.
Demographically, Darlinghurst is home to the highest percentage of generation X and Y in Australia. The majority of businesses in Darlinghurst are independently owned and operated small businesses with over 50% of all commercial activity in the area being consumer oriented: indie retail, food, drink, dining, leisure and personal services. Darlinghurst is also home to large number of off-street creative industries.
Darlinghurst’s main street is Oxford Street. This major Sydney road runs east from the south-eastern corner of Hyde Park through Darlinghurst and Paddington and terminates at Bondi Junction. Oxford Street is one of Sydney’s most famous shopping and dining strips. The Darlinghurst end is well-known around the world as the centre of Sydney’s gay community, is the yearly parade route of the Sydney Mardi Gras and the spiritual birthplace of the LGBT rights movement. It is home to a number of prominent gay venues and businesses, while more broadly Darlinghurst is a centre of Sydney’s burgeoning small bar scene.
From the 1990s onwards Oxford Street began to garner a reputation for being Sydney’s primary “nightclub strip”, popular with both gay and straight clubbers, surpassing the notorious red-light district of Kings Cross in popularity. As a result of the influx of revellers, crime rates increased in the area around 2007, particularly for assaults and robberies. This reported increase should be understood in terms of a very low background crime rate in East Sydney in general. The 2014 lockout laws saw many nightclubs close and the crime rate drop once again, with a new focus on small bars, restaurants and cafes after the lockout laws ended in 2020.
There are a number of named localities in and around Darlinghurst including Taylor Square, Three Saints Square, and confusingly also East Sydney. Locals have used this name to refer to the area immediately around Stanley Street in the suburb’s west, however the title is used more broadly throughout the area from Woolloomooloo up to Taylor Square where the old Darlinghurst Gaol still has the words East Sydney in brass lettering above the main entrance. This is because from 1900 to 1969 the entire area to the east of Sydney’s CBD, from the harbour to Redfern, was an electorate known as the Division of East Sydney. Already in 1820 the entire ridge line running from Potts Point to Surry Hills was known as Eastern Hill.
Darlinghurst shares a postcode (2010) and an extensive soft southern border with neighbouring suburb Surry Hills which, with Paddington to the east and Woolloomooloo, Rushcutters Bay and Potts Point to the north, comprise the metropolitan region of East Sydney. Although only minutes walk away from the Sydney CBD, this region is geographically distinct from it; separated from the more well known commercial centre by several landmarks: Central railway station, Hyde Park, St Mary’s Cathedral and The Domain. East Sydney hosts many well-known restaurants.
Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs cover all the land from the east of Darlinghurst up to the Pacific Ocean.
Darlinghurst Tree Services FAQ’s
Trees may also develop diseases the same as every other living organism. A qualified arborist can save the tree from death by cutting out or treating the affected portions of the tree by using a process often referred to as ‘Tree Surgery.’ In most cases, the tree can also be dangerous to you and people around, hence, it is best to remove trees in such circumstances.
Sadly not! The location and the surrounding area of every tree are different. Our estimators must look at the tree locally to determine accurately what needs to be done, access to the area and type of equipment. We can meet you here and speak face to face about more details. We will then give you a free quote following the on-site visit, which is precisely what your needs are.
Yes. We are fully qualified professional arborists who specialise in the removal of large, dead and/or dangerous trees. Call us today, or send us an online request here for an obligation free appraisal and quote.
There is a very big difference between tree pruning and tree lopping. Pruning a tree is done to enhance tree health and to make the tree better. When a tree is lopped, there is no thought or skill in the placement of the cuts – this hinders tree growth and health. Tree lopping significantly weakens trees and should be avoided.
The costs to remove a tree are calculated by various factors including the position of the tree, height, width of the trunk, number of big and high branches and the proximity of power lines. Call us to plan an on-site estimate tailored to your work specifics.
A tree specialist specializes in the treatment of variety of trees. They are educated about the needs of trees and are educated and qualified to provide adequate care. The hiring of an arborist is not a straightforward task. Proper tree maintenance is an expenditure which can offer better returns.
Job Posting in Darlinghurst
We are currently looking for a local Tree Services team Member in Darlinghurst who has experience in Tree Services and has the necessary experience and license, who is also available for immediate 24-hour roster work, and can attend to jobs on the same day. Must be ready to go through COVID-19 compliance. If you wish to apply for this position. Please apply through Email